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  1. first proposed by Bill Moggridge and Bill Verplank in the late 1980s

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  2. (IxD) is the discipline of defining the behavior of products and systems that a user can interact with

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  3. The practice typically centers around complex technology systems such as software, mobile devices, and other electronic devices

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  4. However, it can also apply to other types of products and services, and even organizations themselves

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  5. defines the behavior (the "interaction") of an artifact or system in response to its users

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