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A Usable Guide to Cognitive Dimensions

The 14 cognitive dimensions were created more than 20 years ago and have a special focus in programming languages, but are incredibly relevant to design today. In this article, Fabio Muniz introduces UX practitioners to each dimension and its applicability to the design process.
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