Sometimes something is easy as it is in accord with our experience or the way we do things.

What is the proper words instead of "in accord with"?

  • To answer your question Title: You could say it is inherently easy. But to answer your actual question, go with "intuitive", as already recommended. Aug 24 '15 at 6:17
  • @BrianHitchcock thank you for the useful word, but the word I look for should fill the gap, easy as it is ...... our experiences and easy as it is ........... the way we do things
    – Ahmad
    Aug 24 '15 at 6:44

You can say "as it agrees with our experience" or "as it reflects our own experience".

  • What about "... the way we do things"? is it similar to?
    – Ahmad
    Aug 23 '15 at 14:07
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    What would the full sentence be? "Sometimes something is easy because it is the way we do things." - very generic. Perhaps "things" need to be replaced with "it". Aug 23 '15 at 14:11
  • I want to say an application is easy to use, because in this application things are done the way we do them. you suggest no interleaving word.
    – Ahmad
    Aug 23 '15 at 14:13
  • I just went with your own construct ("as it"). If you'd like, you can use "because" or even "since". Aug 23 '15 at 14:16
  • I mean you suggest me to write "it is easy because it is the way we do things" with no other word? for example "it is easy because it is similar to the way we do things"
    – Ahmad
    Aug 23 '15 at 14:19

I believe the word you're looking for is intuitive. If something is intuitive, then it feels natural to use; likely, doing it does not require much training or explanation.

Edit: In a sentence, you would say the application is intuitive

  • easy, as it is consistent with our...

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