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Use the Difficulty through Schwierigkeit: Antiusability as Value-driven Design

@inproceedings{Lenarcic2014UseTD,
  title={Use the Difficulty through Schwierigkeit: Antiusability as Value-driven Design},
  author={J. Lenarcic},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2014}
}
  • J. Lenarcic
  • Published in ICIS 2014
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • In the style of a polemic discursive essay, Antiusability (also known as Schwierigkeit) is introduced as a radical design paradigm to reawaken dedicated awareness of the user-system interface through challenge. A philosophical work in flux, it is described as a kind of science (or logic) of difficulty with an underpinning that promotes the generic greater good in usability per se. 

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