3 edited tags
| link
    Tweeted twitter.com/#!/StackUX/status/430061231706505216
2 Formatted your text. It was completely to clarify where something started or ended.
source | link

I'm involved in a project where user actions are translated to automatic flow. previous state -

Previous state: the user had to read the info, analyze it and take an action current state -.

Current state: the user reads a summary of the info, looks at the suggestion of the computer and only needs to approve\edit the computer's action.

areAre there known design patterns that handle the negative effects created by automation (for example loosing the ability to cognitive analyze information)  ?

I'm involved in a project where user actions are translated to automatic flow. previous state - the user had to read the info, analyze it and take an action current state - the user reads a summary of the info, looks at the suggestion of the computer and only needs to approve\edit the computer's action.

are there known design patterns that handle the negative effects created by automation (for example loosing the ability to cognitive analyze information)  ?

I'm involved in a project where user actions are translated to automatic flow.

Previous state: the user had to read the info, analyze it and take an action.

Current state: the user reads a summary of the info, looks at the suggestion of the computer and only needs to approve\edit the computer's action.

Are there known design patterns that handle the negative effects created by automation (for example loosing the ability to cognitive analyze information)?

1
source | link

reducing automation effects using design

I'm involved in a project where user actions are translated to automatic flow. previous state - the user had to read the info, analyze it and take an action current state - the user reads a summary of the info, looks at the suggestion of the computer and only needs to approve\edit the computer's action.

are there known design patterns that handle the negative effects created by automation (for example loosing the ability to cognitive analyze information) ?