depth of engagement

depth of engagement

[′depth əv ‚en′gāj·mənt]
(design engineering)
The depth of contact, in a radial direction, between mating threads.
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It would reiterate my conviction that brand affinity and sales would be directly proportionate to the depth of engagement and experience.
The customer can choose what kind of relationship they can have with them and their depth of engagement. The key is that it's easy to deal with Amazon and Google, and users feel they are in control.
'They are interactive and dynamic in nature and provide a holistic assessment of a student's depth of engagement with the subject.' Using the example of a physics class, Dr Razia Mohammad explained that most students in Pakistan memorise the formulas of speed, distance and time.
However, we have been delighted by the response and depth of engagement that audiences bring to the show."
The depth of engagement by participants of all ages in making their boats was incredible.
Dany El Eid, founder of Pixelbug, a Dubai-based AR technology firm, says: "Depth of engagement, not breadth, is important for brands com- peting for mind share."
Leathers recognise that children always love to be one step ahead of the central character so she has included many clues to hold the attention and encourage a depth of engagement. Genuinely funny, never trivial, reassuring yet with a rich vocabulary, this is a book to take to heart and to treasure.
This enthusiasm and highly positive energy was not at the expense of depth of engagement, however.
The Security Council is a political body that needs to work toward political solutions, with all the breadth and depth of engagement that implies.
The report demonstrates the growth of the National Skills Academies reach and depth of engagement with key audiences.
But this depth of engagement is presented in such a way that it never impedes accessibility.