An article about memory limitations in dynamic environments. A possible solution for better website usability in the time this paper was published is the use of standard colors for links.
Where did the link color standards go? I think most post 1998 internet users aren’t familiar with the concept of link color standards.
“When possible, keep link colors standardized: blue unvisited, dark purple for visited. The blue underlining is a population stereotype, so users readily recognize the link as a link. Likewise, the dark purple is a memory cue.” (1998)