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Defining and Informing the Complex Field of User Experience (UX)
Article No. 1279 July 25, 2014

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How fast kids pick up on the application they are using. They don't have the same fears of touching and exploring that older people do. They have not been bitten yet.

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Children develop an understanding for interaction and UI patterns faster than adults and when those patterns fail, they get frustrated faster and with funnier results.