HomeArticlesUser experience tutorial: Fitts’s Law | lynda.com User experience tutorial: Fitts’s Law | lynda.com By Juan Cameron November 8, 2019 Articles, Blog 12 Comments Related Posts Marvel’s Spider-Man – PS4 Trailer | E3 2017 Osez un site web qui vous ressemble! Digital Nomad Freelancing Option #8 – Become a Web Developer – Dreams Around The World About Author admin 12 Comments RebzieFire August 12, 2013 But the user's eye tends to read down so they are more likely to link a submit with the form if it's directly below their last input rather that on the right way from the flow. Reply 3z vic May 27, 2016 Amazing Reply Pawel Subskrypcje October 1, 2016 Hey, here's a law that could be named after me: – If the edge of the screen is equivalent to an infinitely large target, and the whole rest of the screen is only finite in size, there's a 100% probability that the mouse cursor is at the edge of the screen – always. Thank you! Reply Andromeda Circus March 7, 2017 this is amazing… so simple, so clear, Reply Kingdom Songwriting December 4, 2017 I thought I invented this. Lol Reply David Hedges January 27, 2018 On a virtual remote or multiscreen desktop the corners are near impossible to hit ….. and so using these is horrible design Reply Hassan Aboueldahab March 28, 2018 i can't find the course Reply sa lih April 22, 2018 is there any other laws like fittest law Reply Kasia L July 16, 2018 Why doesn’t this guy pause at fullstops. He just runs sentences it’s difficult to pay attention. Reply Ok Dann October 30, 2018 C216, someone give me worksheet answers please Reply Tama July 31, 2019 Easy to digest explanation. Thanks! Reply Dz Moh August 3, 2019 Hello there, This video is a total waste of time, Thanks for reading this. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.