Visuals help us communicate. The very fact that you’re reading this right now, is because a range of symbols which are arranged in a specific order – corresponding with a spoken language.
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Famous last words! We’ve all seen the big-eyed, cartoon character eager to discover the purpose of some big, red, lonely button on a pedestal. They utter the fateful words: “What does this button do?”
UAT stands for User Acceptance Testing and is a term often used in the software or technology industries. In simple terms, it’s the testing phase of any product, and in a digital learning space, it’s the step that goes hand-in-hand with QA (that’s Quality Assurance - more on that in a later Acronym Aunt post!).
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