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The user phenomenological experience; evoking the lived activity with “re-situating” interviews

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Research on user experience is rather recent and mainly oriented towards practical goals of evaluation and design. Taking seriously the question of the theoretical foundations of the concept of user experience requires to root UX in an identified tradition of works that have taken experience as a critical theoretical and empirical object. We propose a theoretical and methodological framework based on psycho-phenomenology and on re-situating interview methods (explicitation and self-confrontation interviews) in order to extend our understanding of users’ lived experience of technology.
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hal-02939095 , version 1 (15-09-2020)

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Béatrice Cahour, Pascal Salembier. The user phenomenological experience; evoking the lived activity with “re-situating” interviews. CHI'2012, May 2012, Austin, France. ⟨hal-02939095⟩
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