Co-experience : user experience as interaction

  title={Co-experience : user experience as interaction},
  author={Katja Battarbee and Ilpo Koskinen},
User experience is becoming a key term in the world of interactive product design. The term itself lacks proper theoretical definition and is used in many different, even contradictory, ways. This paper reviews various existing approaches to understanding user experience and describes three main approaches and their differences. A missing perspective is noted in all three: their focus is on only the individual having the experience and neglects the kinds of experiences that are created together… CONTINUE READING
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