Pathway #13: Quiet designCategory
If we were sitting opposite each other, how many different ways might you evaluate my level of attentiveness to our conversation? You might consider:
- Am I looking at you or out of the window?
- Am I leaning forwards or sitting back?
Part of MEX User Stories, an ongoing series of tales about digital user experience in the real world.
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- The emerging need for digital dieting
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