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There are a few "pipeline" or "sales funnel" management platforms/services that are probably worth looking at regarding their UI and UX. Pipe Drive - https://www.pipedrive.com/en/features Salesboard - http://www.salesboard.com/tour/ Pipeliner - http://www.pipelinersales.com/learn-crm/pipeline-management/ While their end goal and content might be ...


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It's better to create stepwise progress bar with first step at 25% and second at 50% and so on. It will look better that way.


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On perceived speed/performance: There was a study showing that "a backward moving ribbon increases the perceived speed of a progress bar". You could apply that effect to any of your options, though the research was about a horizontal bar specifically. I also second @DaveAlger's assertion about not starting at empty. On distraction/awesomeness: I often find ...


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Regarding "Perceived Speed" - research shows that you should never start a progress bar at zero regardless of how long a process will take to complete. Edit: this research is actually talking about a different use case, however, I noticed that Apple always starts their generic progress bar with a little bit filled in so I'd say it applies in this case as ...


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First off, you have a mix of determinate and indeterminate progress indicators. All your examples, but #3, are determinate and show that your system can quantify how much progress has been made towards a known total. #3 is indeterminate, meaning something is happening but your system doesn't know how close it is to completed. My suggestions? Number #3 or ...


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I do agree on 'beauty is subjective', but still I think what the question's autor means with 'beauty' has more to do with 'user experience' than with 'decoration'. Anyways – just spontaniously to me the most user friendy solution would be a combination of 1) and 4) while leaving the wording ("SUBMIT") out. This is or course just a personal view – but ...


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To avoid ambiguity I would go for something like this: The benefits of doing this is that the user is given a clear message that something is going on and more importantly that they should not leave the current page until it has finished. Maybe even give a lighter green for the "not yet completed" portion of the bar.


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Well, I can't comment on the perceived speed/performance part because you can make it as fast and smooth by just playing with the animation. Beauty is subjective, so I can't really comment on that. The only thing I can note is this, the distraction levels are quite high when the button suddenly turns into a circular loader. This issue can be resolved by ...



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