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As a web designer I strive to make every design I create as unique and special as possible. My Bible always will be the
Krug’s 3 laws of Usability
- “Don’t make me think.”
- “It doesn’t matter how many times I have to click, as long as each click is a mindless, unambiguous choice.”
- “Get rid of half the words on each page, then get rid of half of what is left.”
T = time to move the hand to a target
D = distance between hand and target
S = size of target
Fitts’ Law is a model to account for the time it takes to point at something, based on the size and distance of the target object. Fitts’ Law and variations of it are used to model the time it takes to use a mouse and other input devices to click on objects on a screen.
Broadly, Fitts’ Law can be applied by designers to suggest moving target buttons closer and making them larger for extremely commonly used buttons. In detail, applying the formula can be extremely useful for exact design of time-critical applications.
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