The intuitive use of an interface involves the non-conscious use of prior knowledge, and designing for intuitive use requires that an interface is designed to match the prior knowledge and competence of a user group. This process is effective when the target user group’s prior experience is homogenous. However, it is challenging to implement this approach when designing for older people, mostly because of their diversity in terms of technology familiarity (TF) and cognitive abilities.
|Title of host publication||Intuitive Interaction: Research and Application|
|Place of Publication||USA|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Jul 2018|
GUDUR, R., Blackler, A., & Popovic, V. (2018). Adaptable interface framework for Intuitively learnable product interfaces for people with diverse capabilities. In A. Blackler (Ed.), Intuitive Interaction: Research and Application (pp. 113-128). USA: Taylor & Francis.