Questions tagged [eye-tracking]

is the process of measuring either the point of gaze ("where we are looking") or the motion of an eye relative to the head.

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Eye Tracking on the cheap [closed]

Looking to give eye tracking a shot, to learn the order in which the content is viewed on a desktop page or a phone, as the user goes through a click-through prototype. Unless there's a better way, I'...
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Are eye tracking tools effective for user tests?

Eye tracking tools are very attractive to managers they are marketable and give the sense of cutting edge tech in designing our products etc.. Are there any studies regarding for how effective eye ...
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Why center align text in 2018? [closed]

I feel like in 2018 I see more centered blurbs and paragraphs on the web. Centered text is a real problem for me because I can't read it. It makes my eyes spaz and my head avert. Am I the only one ...
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Floating chat button best position

Where is the best position of the chat/help floating button in a content-heavy web page ? Is there any best practices to consider when it comes to eye tracking?
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How to convey interaction between two cells

I am working on a project that includes designing some behaviour for a web data grid. I run into a question described in the title. Below is a screenshot. The editable input cell is the one with ...
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At what grid dimension does a user change his scan pattern from L->R to F?

We know that English-speaking users read from left to right, top to bottom. We also know that on a web page, users scan using an F pattern (https://www.nngroup.com/articles/f-shaped-pattern-reading-...
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What resolution of eye tracking could reasonably be expected, by using the in-built camera of a tablet device comparable to an iPad Air 2?

By "resolution" I (loosely) refer to some fraction of the device's screen. For example, at the coarsest level of resolution, could we expect to differentiate (using the front-facing FaceTime HD camera)...
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After touch interaction, which location does user's eye most likely go to?

Say I have a list of courses on a mobile device (black square), and a user makes a touch interaction on said course (red circle), which of the following locations would their eye most likely go? I'm ...
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centered logo ok?

I'm designing a website for a rather unknown software company. The company likes the design but cannnot get along with our desicion to center their logo on the top of their page, although all the ...
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Can the mouse interaction be considered as a touch interaction?

I believe that experience comes after perception. So UX can be defined as the user's learning towards a perception. In the case of a web application, where user experiences mostly through sight, can ...
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Gridview vs Staggered Gridview: When to use them?

In which situation should you use gridview or staggered gridview? Personally, I find grid view neater and easier to scan. But it seems like a lot of sites nowadays (Pinterest, etsy, etc) are using ...
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Eye Travel vs. Touchability on Mobile

If we want a user to perform a certain action, we make it easiest for them to select that option compared to any other available option. For example, think of a pop-up ad, "Do you want to download/...
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Why would users of an Arabic interface show an F pattern in eye tracking tests?

Why does eye tracking on the Arabic version of my interface show an F-pattern only 50% of the time? I had assumed it would show a reversed F-pattern because Arabic people read right to left.
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Simulate Eye-tracking by Photoshop filters? [closed]

I've read some articles about visual perception and that it mostly differs in High-frequency, Mid-frequency and Low-frequency recognition. Whereas Low-freq is fastest and seems to be responsible for ...
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Has anyone got experience of Feng GUI and been able to test it against real users?

One of my team is looking at using Feng GUI http://www.feng-gui.com/. Does anyone have experience of it and/or been able to test it against results of eye-tracking of real users?
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What direction do people read in when reading lists of checkboxes/radio buttons?

I have a list (quite a long one) of checkboxes. Some will be checked by default, and I'd like to put those first. So I'm wondering which direction is more frequent when reading / completing them, to ...
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Email eye tracking

I would like to perform eye tracking on a set of email templates, aimed at understanding which template performs the best overall and also breaking down the audience by few demographic dimensions. Is ...
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Examples of good use of animation on web pages

I'm currently redesigning our company's Magento theme, with the aim of increasing our conversion rate as much as possible (obviously :-) ). I have what I feel to be a good overall layout with the eye ...
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Usability testing software with Eye tracking tools [closed]

I took a course in Human Computer Interaction last semester, and I find it very interesting. I am working on a website project, and thought I would try some user involvement. I was thinking about ...
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when to use eyetracking?

Are there any types of usability metric that are particularly well elucidated by eye tracking studies? I know that they are: -very good at discovering visual attraction of page elements -very good at ...
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Peripherial vision vs. results of eye-tracking? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Peripherial vision vs. results of eye-tracking? I have found this article on the psychology of UX, and at the 10. bullet point the article points out the following statement! ...
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Peripherial vision vs. results of eye-tracking?

I have found this article on the psychology of UX, and at the 10. bullet point the article points out the following statement! http://uxmag.com/design/the-psychologists-view-of-ux-design "Research ...
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What price would you pay for remote eye-tracking services? [closed]

What price would you pay for remote eye-tracking services? (per capita) Considering the following results delivered in 24 hours reliability of the test would be arond 80-90% pricing based on per ...
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Where should the second most important tab go?

Is this picture true or false? My assertion is that it is true, but I would like your collective second opinion. Do you know of some research online on the subject? My explanation is that users ...