user experience

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user experience

An umbrella term for how a person feels when using a smartphone, tablet, personal computer or other electronic device. Some functions are easy; some are awful; the rest are in between. Nevertheless, the user experience is very subjective. See UX designer, user interface and CXO.

I Have to Wait How Long?
This message popped up on an old Android phone. Perhaps we can guess the user's experience seeing this message.
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