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Let’s attempt to distill what each of these titles really mean within the context of the tech industry.

Even Microsoft’s infamous “blue screen of death” has undergone a dramatic facelift with Windows 8.

The current trend among writers of error messages is to be cute, with expressions like “oops” and “uh oh” cropping up in some of the most frequently used applications.

The broad responsibility of a UX designer is to ensure that the product logically flows from one step to the next.

Nearly all modern operating systems have some easy method to make sure you have the latest version of all of your operating system software.

Today’s feedback messages are rather more creative and playful, to the point where people have started making “best of” collections.

There’s even one error message, the “Fail Whale” from Twitter – an illustration of a whale lifted up by birds displayed when Twitter is brought down by too many Tweets – that safely qualifies as a viral cult object.

As this update will move you to the new Oxygen UI, please follow the link below for the UI/UX experience survey.