To make practical applicationsof CAIS feasible, attention must be paid to thecollaborative and creative processes of the users(artists/designers/audiences) who value theirexperience-developed expertise and intent.Practical systems must be designed to act assupport tools for users’ cognitive processes as wellas providing a poetic and intuitive UX that evokesreflection in the user. CAIS need not only tosupport exploration, low threshold, high ceiling,wide walls and many paths and styles but also –and most importantly – advocate collaboration andopen interchange.Although computational creativity systems cannotdirectly control a user’s creative process, payingclose attention to UX and a human’s interactionwith the system can affect the way decisions aremade. Consequently, the user will have anopportunity to gain new perspectives forapproaching a creative problem. A user centredapproach acts as bridge to create a dialoguebetween the system and the user; allowing he/sheto intuitively, share and exchange knowledge andevolve their creative process in tandem with thesystem.An artist painting will exhibit behaviours of bothexpression and reflection. The painting/designprocess starts with an initial reflection, and then,through a repeated expressive and reflectiveprocess, the artist brings something into being onthe canvas.