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It's official: Users navigate flat UI designs 22 per cent slower

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Re: Personally

A good example is the car park entry system where I work. It has a large 20cm square black panel that you need to hold a tag up to in a particular place. If you hold the tag in the wrong place the barriers won't open. If they were to draw a square on the pad so you knew where to place your tag you would get in a lot quicker (not that that is a good thing).

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