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Embodied embedded cognition (EEC) has gained support in cognitive science as well as in human-computer interaction (HCI). EEC can be characterized both by its action-centeredness as well as its roots in phenomenology. The phenomenological aspects of EEC could be seen as support for trends in design emphasizing the user experience. Meanwhile, usability issues often are still approached using traditional methods based on cognitivist assumptions. In this paper, I argue for a renewed focus ondoi:10.17011/ht/urn.20094141409 fatcat:7oiaxoqawngf3ouvejzmb22uom