Investigating users' intuitive interaction with complex artefacts.

  title={Investigating users' intuitive interaction with complex artefacts.},
  author={A. Blackler and V. Popovi{\'c} and Doug Mahar},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  volume={41 1},
  • A. Blackler, V. Popović, Doug Mahar
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Applied ergonomics
  • This paper examines the role of intuition in the way that people operate unfamiliar devices. Intuition is a type of cognitive processing that is often non-conscious and utilises stored experiential knowledge. Intuitive interaction involves the use of knowledge gained from other products and/or experiences. Two initial experimental studies revealed that prior exposure to products employing similar features helped participants to complete set tasks more quickly and intuitively, and that familiar… CONTINUE READING
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