Designing for fun? Fun-filled experiences are playful and liberatingthey make you smile. They are a break from the ordinary and bring satisfying feelings of pleasure for body and mind. Joyful sensations often come during physical activities such as entertainment, recreation, or sportsparties are fun, dancing is fun, skiing is fun. Fun is also tied to mental challenges such as solving problems, playing music, and discovering something new. In gentler forms it can also be about laughing at late-night comedy shows, listening to music performances, or watching movies. For me, fun is often social: attending parties, trading stories, or meeting…
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