Pixels are the smallest controllable units on our screens. They are literally small squares used to construct the information we see on our devices' screens. They do not have a specific color but change to display various types of information.


PNG stands for Portable Network Graphics. PNG is a file format for storing images. Files in this format have the extension .png. This file type is commonly used for digitally created images/illustrations and when you want to use transparency in your image. Another image format is .jpg. However, on websites, we use .svg instead.

#Privacy by Design

As a digital product team, we need to comply with strict privacy laws and regulations. That's why we now work according to the principle of 'Privacy by Design'. This means that throughout the entire process, we proactively try to prevent privacy breaches. Privacy-protective settings are therefore the default; the user does not need to take any actions to improve them.

#Privacy Statement

A statement outlining how an organisation or entity handles users' personal information. A privacy statement typically contains information about the collection and use of data, as well as specific rights of the individuals involved.


Plugins are small add-on programs that extend the functionality of (for example) a CMS (Content Management System). When you install a plugin, the software is enhanced with a (new) feature that it did not previously have.

#Proprietary software

The term proprietary software, also known as closed-source software, refers to computer programs whose source code is exclusively controlled by the developers or the company that owns it, preventing users from freely modifying, distributing, or viewing it.

Proprietary software is the counterpart of open-source software, in which the source code is indeed made available to the public so that everyone can modify and improve it under a license that encourages sharing and collaboration.


Prototyping is creating a digital version of sketches of the design. It is issued so that users can have the first tangible experience with the design and give feedback in an early stage of the process.

#Product Management

Product management for digital products involves the process of planning, developing, launching, and managing software- or web-based products, aiming to meet user needs and achieve business objectives. The product manager coordinates between teams such as development, design, marketing, and customer service, utilizing data analysis and user feedback to make decisions that shape the direction and evolution of the digital product.

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