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The effect of perceived hedonic quality

Usability can be broadly defined as quality of use. However, even this broad definition neglects the contribution of perceived fun and enjoyment to user satisfaction and preferences. Therefore, we recently suggested a model taking “hedonic quality” (HQ; i.e., non-task-oriented quality aspects such as innovativeness, originality, etc.) and the subjective nature of “appealingness” into account (Hassenzahl, Platz, Burmester, & Lehner, 2000). In this study, I aimed to further elaborate and test this model.

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