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'''Rich User Experience''' (or RUE for short) is a term coined by net artist and philosopher [[Olia Lialina]] in an essay published in early 2015. A RUE is a website that tries too hard to emulate software, and give a homely feel when none is needed. It can also be a Web 2.0 SaaSS. Essentially, any website that has something that could be done in 1 MB but takes 40 MB, and removes freedom to the end user in some way, is a RUE.
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'''Rich User Experience''' (or RUE for short) is a term coined by net artist and philosopher [[Olia Lialina]] in an essay published in early 2015. A RUE is a website that tries too hard to emulate software, and give a homely feel when none is needed. It can also be a Web 2.0 SaaS. Essentially, any website that has something that could be done in 1 MB but takes 40 MB, and removes freedom to the end user in some way, is a RUE. RUE is mostly any website that attempts to conform to another, through web template, [[WYSIWYG]] editors, or a "Modern" approach to a website, thus losing individuality and free expression.
  
== External Links ==
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== External links ==
[http://contemporary-home-computing.org/RUE/ Rich User Experience, UX and the Desktopizxation of War, Jan 2015]
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[http://contemporary-home-computing.org/RUE/ ''Rich User Experience, UX and the Desktopization of War'', Jan 2015]
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Latest revision as of 16:38, 24 February 2016

Rich User Experience (or RUE for short) is a term coined by net artist and philosopher Olia Lialina in an essay published in early 2015. A RUE is a website that tries too hard to emulate software, and give a homely feel when none is needed. It can also be a Web 2.0 SaaS. Essentially, any website that has something that could be done in 1 MB but takes 40 MB, and removes freedom to the end user in some way, is a RUE. RUE is mostly any website that attempts to conform to another, through web template, WYSIWYG editors, or a "Modern" approach to a website, thus losing individuality and free expression.

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Rich User Experience, UX and the Desktopization of War, Jan 2015