Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) use structural and interaction graphical elements to offer a consistent visual language to represent information stored in computers. These make it easier for people with few computer skills to work with and use computer software.
This article explains the most common elements of visual language interfaces found in the WIMP ("window, icon, menu, pointer") paradigm, although many are also used at other graphical post-WIMP interfaces. These elements are usually embodied in an interface using a widget toolkit.
User interfaces use visual conventions to represent the generic information shown. Some conventions are used to build the structure of the static elements on which the user can interact, and define the appearance of the interface. - from wikipedia
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profile widget, search widget, video widget, buttons, music widget, login widget
navigation widget, charts widget, mail widget
converter widget, calendar widget, wheather widget
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