n. A boring, poorly designed CD-ROM or other multimedia product.
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Effective multimedia, or multimediocrity? That's the question. If you think it's more noble to create your own presence on the Internet, you'd better think again.
—Clive Couldwell, “Forthcoming attractions — Your Web site can make or break you,” Marketing, September 19, 1996
1994 (earliest)
A standout among the many sessions on technology and marketing was "Approaches to Interactive Design," organized and moderated by Linda Stone. Stone, who is known for her advocacy of design appropriate for the medium, noted that much that passes for design today is "multimediocrity.''
—Sally Taylor, et al., “Multimedia matures at ninth annual show,” Publishers Weekly, March 28, 1994