That means given answers may not apply for newer SharePoint versions
For long explanation and work arounds see:
June 13th 2017 Microsoft blocked handling HTML markup in SharePoint calculated fields - how to get the same functionality back
You are running into quoting issues because you need a " (double-quote) to identify the SharePoint string delimiters, so can not use it inside the string.
"" (double-double-quote) is the SharePoint escape notation to create a one double-quote inside a SharePoint string,
Your Complete Calculated Column Formula becomes:
I documented it all:
You could swap the use of single and double-double quotes; I found this use the best readable
The Browser will add double-quotes on Tag
attributes at word boundaries, so you can use:
if you had done
value=View Artifacts it would have become:
[Title] can be written as
Title, because it has no spaces. I tend to use the  notation for readability
Always use a text-editor to prepare/edit your formulas with lots of linebreaking/indentation. Then paste to SharePoint, where SharePoint will remove all unnecessary spacing.
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