2009/11/12 Johan Aires Rastén <johan@xxxxxxxx> > On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Eddy Groen <eddyspeeder@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Ad.2: "User-friendliness": is too vague a term as this definition > strongly > > differs among users. "Human-computer interaction" applies better here, > > involving the question "does the computer do what the user wants?" > > Ok, maybe not the best word, that's why I added the explanation :) > > What I meant by this category is how the computer presents information > to the user. For example how well in conveys which actions are > possible, the consequences of these actions, help texts and of course > pure data. > > Getting the computer to understand the user is what I tried to > describe with category 1. I also think that everything we talk about > on this list falls within HCI, as it's a rather wide field of science. > Based on what you write, there are actually two categories: "Interface conceptualization and user aiding"