Answering why and why not questions in user interfaces

@inproceedings{Myers2006AnsweringWA,
  title={Answering why and why not questions in user interfaces},
  author={Brad A. Myers and David A. Weitzman and Andrew Jensen Ko and Duen Horng Chau},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2006}
}
Modern applications such as Microsoft Word have many automatic features and hidden dependencies that are frequently helpful but can be mysterious to both novice and expert users. The ""Crystal"" application framework provides an architecture and interaction techniques that allow programmers to create applications that let the user ask a wide variety of questions about why things did and did not happen, and how to use the related features of the application without using natural language. A user… CONTINUE READING

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