Exploring Design Criteria for Intuitive Use
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Workshop-Proceedings der Tagung Mensch & Computer 2009
Exploring Design Criteria for Intiutive Use
"Intuitive Use" is increasingly mentioned as being a requirement for product design. However, it has not been established as a scientific term in the HCI community so far. Even though this disparity exists, practitioners need to know how intuitive use can be defined, how it can be measured, and how it can be designed. In usability engineering, several design criteria are discussed. But, to what extent are these principles used when designing for intuitive use and how effective are they when implemented? Are there design principles that have not been discussed yet but need to be? With the participants of the present workshop we aim to develop answers to these questions and explore possible design principles for intuitive use.