#White Space

White Space refers to the unused yet utilized space in a design. Whitespace, often (white) empty space on a page, is crucial in designing clear and user-friendly pages. It provides calmness and contrast and assists in achieving hierarchy and priority.

#Waterfall model

A traditional software development methodology that emerged in the late 1950s and early 1960s, characterised by a linear and sequential approach where each phase (such as requirements, design, implementation, testing, and maintenance) must be completed before moving on to the next. This method is considered "outdated" and criticised for its inflexibility and the difficulty of making changes late in the process. Today, the Agile approach is often preferred.


WordPress is a popular open-source CMS (Content Management System). It was developed primarily for creating blogs, but now it has become a complete CMS used by a large portion of the web.


Wireframes together form the framework of the layout of a website. This means: the design without textures, colors, typography, or images.

Relevant: #UX (Design)

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