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An Output definition is concerned with providing information to the user (an user) without regard to the form of that information when presented to the user. To make this more tangible, an Output could be implemented as any of the following:

  • the text shown on a web page or mobile application
  • the display of an interactive graphic, chart, etc.
  • the presentation of a video or audio recording
  • haptic, olfactory or gustatory feedback
  • any other way in which a human can receive information from a machine.

The nature of the implementation for an output is up to the UI Designer. RIDDL’s concept of it is based on the net result: the data type received by the user.

An Output is a named component of an application that sends data of a specific type from the application to its user (an user)
Each input can define data types and declares a result message as the data sent to the user.

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