Cognetics meaning

The engineering of objects to make them accommodate critical human thought process.
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Origin of cognetics

  • The term cognetics was used independently by Jef Raskin and Charles Kreitzberg. Raskin used the term cognetics in his book The Humane Interface (Addison-Wesley, 2000) to mean "the ergonomics of the mind." According to Raskin, "Cognetics brings interface design out of the mystic realm of guruism, transforming it into an engineering discipline with a rigorous theoretical framework".
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  • The term cognetics was coined and trademarked by Charles Kreitzberg in 1982 when he started Cognetics Corporation, one of the first user experience design companies.
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