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User Experience and Human Learning: The underlying thinking of how people learn, acquire knowledge, and understand (01 Sep 2003)
It is important for the UX community to pay attention to what is known of human learning processes and how it applies to UX design. Knowledge of human learning capabilities improves design decisions and the ultimate effectiveness of the design. Too often, it seems that the instructionalist point of view of learning guides the design. Solutions designed from a constructionist perspective will allow more flexibilty for use and dynamic interaction for people using and learning from it.
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