In this position paper we argue against the application of universal quality criteria for the visual notation of modeling languages. Instead, we make a point that (1) the cognitive capabilities that modelers have, and (2) the different cognitive requirements placed on them while modeling specific aspects (e.g., processes, goals, regulations) mean that a visual notation should be optimal for a specific modeling effort, and not a best-for-everyone solution. We clarify this point by giving an example of a modeling effort where this comes into play, and propose a research agenda that can set out to deal with these issues.
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