[ glan-suh-buh l, 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.
What’s The Difference Between “Piqued,” “Peeked,” And “Peaked?”The word set we’re examining today can send writers into a spiral of uncertainty when it comes to word choice, particularly in the context of one expression: piqued my interest, peaked my interest, or peeked my interest?
If “W” Is Double U, Why Is It Made Of Two Vs?The 23rd letter of the English alphabet is a bit of a wonder. The humble “w” is the only letter of the alphabet with a three-syllable name. It is also the only letter with a name that does not indicate its phonetic use. The complications of “w” are doublefold because of its name, ‘double u’ and its shape, ‘double v’. What’s going on here? In English, …
Related formsglance·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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