On explaining intuitiveness of software engineering techniques with user experience concepts

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Abstract

This paper attempts to explain intuitiveness of software engineering techniques with user experience (UX) concepts. It describes a model of relationships between intuitiveness of software techniques and refined understanding of UX for software technology. It covers both intuitiveness at the starting point and the dynamics of transforming episodic UX to cumulative UX and perception of intuitiveness. Then, it discusses potential application of this model. Finally, it presents examples of explanations resulting from the model.

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  • Anna Bobkowska

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