Jef Raskin on Intuitive Interfaces

“One of the most common terms of praise for an interface is to say that it is ‘intuitive’ (the word should have been ‘intuitable’ but we will bow to conven

“One of the most common terms of praise for an interface is to say that it is ‘intuitive’ (the word should have been ‘intuitable’ but we will bow to convention). Yet the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) literature rarely mentions the word, and for good reason. This note attempts to clarify the meaning of ‘intuitive’ for non-HCI specialists.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE