What is Fitts’ Law?

In human-computer interaction, Fitts’ Law makes it possible to calculate how long it takes a user to identify a target in accordance with the size and distance of the target. In web usability, for example, this affects the font size used for a link, the positioning of a button or a prompt for action, or the length of drop-down menus.

 
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