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I see these words on a job board:

What is your favorite example of an elevated digital experience, and why? Please provide a URL, if available.

What does it mean? Is it the question about some online service I like to use?

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    It's just non-standard marketing jargon. Here's an example suggesting you can have an "elevated digital experience" if you download Starbucks' mobile app, but I can't imagine an actual native speaker saying anything like You really should download this great Starbucks app! It takes the digital experience to a whole new level - I guarantee you'll feel positively uplifted, not to say elevated! – FumbleFingers Mar 27 '17 at 14:15
  • So, what are they asking me about? – Sergei Basharov Mar 27 '17 at 14:28
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    I don't really know. It's definitely jargon, but it's not exactly well-established even in the specific domain of marketing, so it very probably doesn't have a clearly defined meaning. Approximately, it's asking you to give an example of an app you enjoy using, and/or a webpage you like. But as to whether "elevated" is supposed to imply they want you to focus on "high quality, artistic" examples rather than dumbo shit like Angry Birds, your guess is as good as mine (or anyone else's, which is why I've closevoted as "Primarily Opinion-based"). – FumbleFingers Mar 27 '17 at 14:39
  • Anyway, your explanation gives me a clue about what they want to have as an answer. Thanks! – Sergei Basharov Mar 27 '17 at 14:41
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    There are a couple of very rude hand gestures which could be described as 'elevated digital experiences'. I don't think that they are what the questioners have in mind, but they are probably what they deserve! – BoldBen Mar 27 '17 at 17:07

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