it's another list, which we seem oh so fond of these days. let's remember, however, that the brain can only remember 7 things at a time (plus or minus 3), so maybe lists are a good thing. they become brief, quick pictures of an idea. topographically, they are easy to navigate and the numbering makes for good reference points. regardless, it's psychology speaking about UX design. why user-experience it used to refer only to digital design, i have no idea. sounds like a good reason for a broad discussion. let's see what happens when UX designers, themed entertainment designers, and exhibition designers converse. maybe something to organize.
A visual designer approaches UX design from one point of view, the interaction designer from another, and the programmer from yet another. It can be helpful to understand and even experience the part of the elephant that others are experiencing.