User experience - a research agenda

@article{Hassenzahl2006UserE,
  title={User experience - a research agenda},
  author={Marc Hassenzahl and Noam Tractinsky},
  journal={Behaviour \& Information Technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={91 - 97}
}
Over the last decade, 'user experience' (UX) became a buzzword in the field of human - computer interaction (HCI) and interaction design. As technology matured, interactive products became not only more useful and usable, but also fashionable, fascinating things to desire. Driven by the impression that a narrow focus on interactive products as tools does not capture the variety and emerging aspects of technology use, practitioners and researchers alike, seem to readily embrace the notion of UX… 
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