dictionary | November 23, 2015
PDD (Page Description Diagram)
(noun) Now that websites are built responsively, this practice is used in place of wireframes to describe the purpose of the content and prioritize where it belongs on the page.
“I don’t understand the layout of the page. Would you forward the PDDs to the entire group?”
Alternate definition: A way for information architects, developers, and creatives to illustrate their vision to everyone else.
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