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Proximity is only half of Fitts' Law. Size is the other half. While displaying a radial menu around a cursor seems like it solves the proximity problem, the fact is it doesn't make things that much closer. The standard Windows Start or Mac Apple menu buttons are usually much farther away from the cursor, yet they are much easier and faster to hit than ...


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I don't know the specific case of the app you would like to design. But that idea looks like it would work for a group of a few options (about 4 or 5). I think how this would work best is if you have a screen area where a click triggers a circle to pop over the surroundings. However the user would have to hold the mouse in order the well to stay. Then, the ...


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Delete is a destructive action. Some systems are good in allowing you to undo deletes (e.g. email), but majority don't have undo actions and so when something is deleted it's gone for good. Going by the principal of "poka yoke" (mistake proofing). You want to design the interface to reduce unintentional deletion of data. Having the delete action within the ...



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