Ways people, objects, and contexts act.
Ways people move and act.
The way a product, service, or system acts when it is used.
The conditions within a specific context.
Actions a person makes for themselves.
The ways people act while they complete activities.
A person’s distinctive character.
A design’s current condition or phase.
The sequence of steps required to use a design outcome.
Physical conditions and perceived attitudes in a setting.
Stimuli in a context that can be perceived with the senses.
People’s behavioral tendencies.
The ways people physically move.
References and sources that support the inclusion of this Aspects of Experiences for Design component.