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The paradox of choice
Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Harper's index:

A Dutch study found that 50 percent of the products returned to stores for malfunctions actually work fine but are just too complicated to use.

Barry Schwartz at PC Forum:

"People like a lot of stuff in their stuff. But after using products with mulitple features, preferences switch to simpler models," he said. The problem is that people don't seem to know this about themselves, "They want capability but get satisfaction out of usability—at the moment there is a tradeoff between the two."


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