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comment Have usability studies been conducted on the use of alphanumeric characters as labels for controller buttons?
@rewobs - Updated the link. Unfortunately everything I've found goes back to the old 1up link for the original source, so it can only get traced back so far.
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revised Have usability studies been conducted on the use of alphanumeric characters as labels for controller buttons?
Updated one of the links.
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comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
While this research is interesting, it actually reminds me of the New Coke debacle in that people preferred New Coke in small doses, and Coke mistook that for preferred period. Black on white might be easier to read in a sample, but it can strain the eyes over a longer term (on computer screen at least).
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comment A Create/Edit Dialog with a Save/Cancel button makes sense but a Delete Dialog not
Upvoted specifically for the second paragraph.
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answered Have usability studies been conducted on the use of alphanumeric characters as labels for controller buttons?
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comment What are the Benefits/Risks of Unobtrusive Global Search until active pattern (Facebook, Apple)?
Stack Exchange uses a "widen on first character" search box rather than a "widen on focus" one, but it's a similar idea: be unobtrusive until the user has made their intentions clear.
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