usability – Is the Windows Start button an example of poor mapping? – User Experience – Stack Exchange

Is the Windows Start button an example of poor mapping? http://t.co/scF2uDZN #usability
In my recent course on HCI, I’ve been told that start button on Windows systems is an example of poor mapping. The reason for that, as explained in materials, is that it doesn’t start anything, but rather reveals a menu. I think that this is only valid if you approaching this from low level of abstraction (meaning that the button must start
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