Friday, January 27, 2006

Mindless clicks at the iMac G5 Troubleshooting Assistant

Users don't mind clicking a lot if it gets them closer to their goal...

"Making people click a lot is a bad thing, right? Not always. As Steve Krug talks about in “Don’t Make Me Think,” it’s the quality of the clicks, not the quantity. If they’re easy and mindless and the scent gets stronger with each click, then people don’t mind clicking a lot.

I was reminded of this during my recent experience with the iMac G5 Troubleshooting Assistant"   continued ...   (Via Signal vs. Noise)

Clicks throughs are fine if they are focused on the goal- User Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Ergonomics

Goal oriented clicking


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