Co-experience: user experience as interaction

@article{Battarbee2005CoexperienceUE,
  title={Co-experience: user experience as interaction},
  author={Katja Battarbee and Ilpo Koskinen},
  journal={CoDesign},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={18 - 5}
}
User experience is becoming a key term in the world of interactive product design. [...] Key Method It builds on an existing approach but borrows from symbolic interactionism to create a more inclusive interactionist framework for thinking about user experiences. Data from a study on mobile multimedia messaging are used to illustrate and discuss the framework.Expand
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