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On the importance of framing questions for user research in the experience-centered design process

  title={On the importance of framing questions for user research in the experience-centered design process},
  author={Youn-kyung Lim and William Odom},
A defining challenge for HCI researchers and practitioners of experience-centered design is generating holistic understandings of particular situations and phenomena observed and analyzed for design. As a result, inquiries into the complex, fluid nature of human experience have led to the development and use of numerous methods rooted in less-reductive theories and epistemologies of understanding experience. While the emergence of these practices is undoubtedly important, we argue, beyond… 
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