Most systems are designed to save users' labor and then the systems are called convenient. On the other hand, users can get subjective benefits by using certain sort of inconvenient systems. However, perceiving such benefits so vary depending on users' personalities, that comprehensive principles for designing systems with benefits of inconvenience are difficult to formulate. This paper reports an experiment that elucidates the relation between personalities and perceptions of values of inconvenience. Experimental result shows characteristic tendencies of users who appreciate beneficial inconveniences.
2015 公益社団法人 計測自動制御学会