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Many methods and tools have been proposed to assess the User Experience (UX) of interactive systems. However, while researchers have empirically studied the relevance and validity of several UX evaluation methods, few studies only have explored expert-based evaluation methods for the assessment of UX. If experts are able to assess something as complex and inherently subjective as UX, how they conduct such an evaluation and what criteria they rely on, thus remain open questions. In the presentdoi:10.1145/2639189.2639214 dblp:conf/nordichi/LallemandKG14 fatcat:romitpvj2bej5jzetqzj6gdsoq