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Flow and frustration : an assessment of the impact of software design on the usability of applications within a working environment

@inproceedings{Clough2016FlowAF,
  title={Flow and frustration : an assessment of the impact of software design on the usability of applications within a working environment},
  author={Steve Clough},
  year={2016}
}
Many people spend a lot of their time on computers in work environments, and their usage of these is different from their usage in leisure environments. This study addresses how to make the interactions in this type of task work for the user and thereby enable the user to be more efficient and productive at work. The literature survey considers the dichotomy of flow – as defined by Csikszentmihalyi – and frustration (defined here in Chapter 2). Through a series of surveys and experiments, this… Expand
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