Peter Bogaards, Ruurd Priester
The design disciplines participating in the digital domain are increasingly caught up with the question of legitimate ownership of user experience (UX). True interdisciplinary work is still not common practice among the design specialties. The discussion consequently expresses a sense of both competition and confusion. We must take good user experience seriously, looking beyond the superficial and delving into its deeper and more essential qualities. Creating a high-quality user experience involves complex and varied aspects of design. Many digital products fail to fulfill the real needs of people. They do not really make life easier or more enjoyable. Too…
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