Minimalist principle 2: Anchor the tool in the task domain – Twente University

For most users, an application is a tool they want to use to achieve objectives in their own task domain. The tool is merely a means; it is almost never an end in itself. The designer should therefore select or design instructional activities that are real tasks. This article explains design strategies relating to the principle of anchoring the tool in the task domain.

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