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Intuitive Interaction Applied to Interface Design

  title={Intuitive Interaction Applied to Interface Design},
  author={A. Blackler and V. Popovi{\'c} and Douglas Mahar},
  • A. Blackler, V. Popović, Douglas Mahar
  • Published 2005
  • Computer Science
  • Intuitive interaction involves utilising knowledge gained through other products or experience(s). Therefore, products that people use intuitively are those with features they have encountered before. This position has been supported by experimental studies. The findings suggest that relevant past experience is transferable between products, and probably also between contexts, and performance is affected by a person’s level of familiarity with similar technologies. Appearance (shape, size and… CONTINUE READING
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