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  • noun The engineering of objects to make them accommodate critical human thought process.

Etymologies

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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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  • The people who have to use your software will be happier for it. www. cognetics.com), which offers usability consulting and user experience design services.

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