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Rethinking the Progress Bar


2009-05-06, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

Rethinking the Progress Bar

This 5 minute talk was held in the Human Computer Interaction course by Professor Oberquelle.

It briefly discussed research conducted by Chris Harrison of Carnegie Mellon University. Specifically, I talked about how the relative speed changes in a progress bar affect its perceived overall speed, and what conclusions UI designers and programmers could make.



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