|| The paper discusses how theories from the Human-Computer Interaction
(HCI) and the information system development fields can be combined in order
to achieve more actable, and thus more usable, information systems. More
specifically, one aim of this research is to create a reconciliation of
the HCI perspectives of usability with the language action perspective into
what we call actuability. The paper discusses advantages and limitations
found in both the language action perspective and in prevalent HCI theories.