[W4] Reading and conditioning / learning, conditioning, habits and reading
- Reading a computer screen is harder than reading paper - We need to take this into account, when optimizing digital solutions for
people. Use of structured and annotated information can improve the
overall reading experience on computer screens.
- Reading and comprehending are two different things - e.g. when designing for crucial processes like signing a contract
online, a "Tl;dr" could be included in order to check and keep up with
the user's comprehension.
- Reading is not as fluid as it seems - Eyes move in quick. sharp jumps with short moments of stillness in between.
That's why centered text is way harder to read for users, than left or