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The overall experience of a person using a product such as a website or computer application, especially in terms of how easy or pleasing it is to use:‘if a website degrades the user experience too much, people will simply stay away’
- ‘Depending on available software, user experience may differ.’
- ‘It is perfectly true that the user experience in some of these apps is now worse.’
- ‘Today we observe the emergence of new forms of user experience.’
- ‘The software sits on top of the standard Bluetooth protocol stack to provide a better user experience, Sony said.’
- ‘Lack of proper bandwidth or inefficient calls to databases can slow down response times, negatively impacting the user experience.’
- ‘Hazard: Fancy front-end technology slows down the user experience.’
- ‘That creates a confusing and frustrating user experience.’
- ‘The folks at Google firmly believe that the better the user experience, the more easily money will follow.’
- ‘This network distributed virtualization technique greatly simplifies the user experience.’
- ‘The basic design of a site can enhance the user experience for disabled users or make the site inherently inaccessible to them.’
- ‘Here are a few select technologies that expand the user experience.’
- ‘The message was simple: clock speed goes up, performance goes up, user experience goes up.’
- ‘Providing good user experience takes more than drawing handsome icons for people who don't read.’
- ‘Personally, I don't subscribe to the view that paid-for search listings are adversely affecting the user experience.’
- ‘This means that there will be at least two added mouse clicks in the user experience.’
- ‘So we invested considerable amount of time normalizing the user experience to always be consistent.’
- ‘Dynamic icons, better graphics and smarter window placements all contribute to a much better user experience.’
- ‘It doesn't change your Mac, your user experience.’
- ‘You know how websites sometimes "upgrade" and "improve their functionality" to improve the "end user experience"?’
- ‘I think the Mac will continue to be a high profit component of Apple's product lineup, and something that maintains Apple's reputation for a unified user experience.’
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