The thinking blog comments
Users have been trained to “point and click” since the Mac in 1984, if not earlier, so it’s in our nature to impulsively click when we want to take action. The point of this study is to explain that clicking doesn’t necessarily have to be a requirement.
It took me a little while to get used to it, but I liked the site and navigation without clicks a lot. I like those Snap previews, too, though, to the extent that I’ve installed the Firefox CoolIris extension so links work that way; maybe I’m just too lazy to click unless I have to.
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