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Peripheral vision and the feel of the keyboard provide some knowledge about key locations. Frequently used keys become completely learned, infrequently used keys are not learned well, and the other keys are partially learned. But as long as a typist needs to watch the keyboard, the speed is limited. The knowledge is still mostly in the world, not in the head.
The Design of Everyday Things (book) by Don Norman
Language: English
Submitted by: ppubalo
This text has been typed more than 1000 times:
Avg. speed: 82 WPM
Avg. accuracy: 96.8%

Top 10 scores for this text

User Speed Accuracy Points Place Date Options
1 arxanas 230 WPM 95.0% 234 1/1 Dec. 9, 2017
2 deroche1 191 WPM 99.0% 194 1/2 April 27, 2018
3 arc_sec 183 WPM 99.0% 186 1/2 Aug. 30, 2018
4 mako640 180 WPM 100.0% 183 1/4 July 19, 2018
5 yzzahs 177 WPM 100.0% 180 1/4 Oct. 16, 2017
6 schizo_guy 175 WPM 99.0% 178 1/2 Oct. 25, 2018
7 rrraptor 174 WPM 100.0% 177 1/2 Feb. 9, 2018
8 andreaak00 174 WPM 99.0% 177 1/2 Oct. 1, 2018
9 typingartist2 170 WPM 99.0% 172 1/4 Feb. 1, 2018
10 soupy 169 WPM 100.0% 172 1/4 Feb. 1, 2018