Perceptual Principle

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Perceptual principle: Perceptual and spatial representations are more natural and therefore to be preferred over nonperceptual, nonspatial representations, bot only if the mapping between the representation and what it stands for is neutral - analogous to the real perceptual and spatial environment.
[Norman, 1993]


  • [Norman, 1993] Norman, Donald. Things That Make Us Smart, Addison Wesley. 1993, p. 72