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Quantitative and Qualitative research will be hard to find. The Norman Nielsen Group do have an article on some aspects of what you are looking for, and also contains some guidance: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/international-web-usability/ The best advice seems to be, if you can detect the users language, then use this to default the language selector ...


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OP: "Can you point me to any literature on designing useful command-line interfaces?" Concept: Command wizard I don't have "literature" per se, but in this post, I'm proposing the concept "command wizard" that presents the CLI as "a friendly search dialog", feeling familiar to Google.com. It relies heavily on regular expressions, dictionaries and ...


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I think many people trying to implement this type of design would agree that it is a reasonably complex thing to get right for people not familiar with it. But as with most foreign things, once you get used to the idea then it is not so bad. I would suggest, as with any complex designs, is to try and break things down into simpler components in the first ...



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