Kevin Buffardi of User Centric will present a poster at UPA 2007 summarizing a study that he carried out with Aga Bojko (User Centric) and Ed Israelski (Abbot). The study was conducted to determine the effects that proximity of information has on the ability to discriminate net quantity from drug dosage information on prescription drug labels. The presentation will identify the Tachistoscope (T-Scope) as a supplementary usability tool. Other methods used to evaluate the organization of information on prescription drug labels included contextual inquiry, focus groups, and eye tracking. This year's UPA conference is being held from June 11th to 15th at the Austin, TX Hilton.