Designers who work towards meaningful interactions and time well spent have tough questions to face: What is a good use of the users’ time? Why don’t users already interact meaningfully?”These are questions about human agency and dignity. Unless we tread carefully, we’ll be ensnared (or “hooked”) by a dangerous way of thinking.On one hand, designers mustn’t decide for the user what’s good for them. They mustn’t decide, for instance, that the user should maximize their “well-being” or “happiness” according to some external standard. This is because personal well-being and happiness aren’t the focus of life for most people.