glanceable

[ glan-suh-buhl, glahn‐ ]
/ ˈglæn sə bəl, ˈglɑn‐ /

adjective Digital Technology.

noting or relating to information on an electronic screen that can be understood quickly or at a glance: glanceable data;a glanceable scoreboard.
enabling information on a screen to be quickly understood: a glanceable design;glanceable interfaces.

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Origin of glanceable

First recorded in 1950–55, for an earlier sense “deserving of a glance”; glance1 + -able

OTHER WORDS FROM glanceable

glance·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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