Power , Perception and Performance : From Usability Engineering to Technology Acceptance with the P 3 Model of User Response

@inproceedings{Dillon1999PowerP,
  title={Power , Perception and Performance : From Usability Engineering to Technology Acceptance with the P 3 Model of User Response},
  author={Andrew Dillon and Michael G. Morris},
  year={1999}
}
Usability engineering (UE) methods attempt to ensure that designs can be used; unfortunately, ability to use alone does not determine willingness to use an application. Work in the Management Information Systems (MIS) field has sought to predict user acceptance of new technologies but, surprisingly, such work is rarely applied in HCI testing scenarios. In the present paper we propose a simplified model of technology usage determinants that incorporate both traditional UE and important MIS… CONTINUE READING

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