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Consumer trust in an Internet store
In this study, consumers recognized differences in size and reputation among Internet stores, and those differences influenced their assessments of store trustworthiness and their perception of risk, as well as their willingness to patronize the store.
User experience - a research agenda
The present introduction to the special issue on 'Empirical studies of the user experience' attempts to give a provisional answer to the question of what is meant by 'the user experience', and provides a cursory sketch of UX and how the authors think UX research will look like in the future.
Assessing dimensions of perceived visual aesthetics of web sites
Consumer Trust in an Internet Store: A Cross-Cultural Validation
A cross-cultural validation of an Internet consumer trust model is reported on, which examined both antecedents and consequences of consumer trust in a Web merchant and provides tentative support for the generalizability of the model.
What is beautiful is usable
Toward the Study of Aesthetics in Information Technology
- N. Tractinsky
It is argued that an increasingly important dimension of the human-computer interaction is missing from the MIS and the HCI research agenda and a general framework for the study of aesthetics in information technology is proposed.
Aesthetics and apparent usability: empirically assessing cultural and methodological issues
- N. Tractinsky
- 27 March 1997
Three experiments were conducted to validate and replicate the results of a study by Kurosu and Kashimura concerning the relationships between users’ perceptions of interface aesthetics and usability.
Evaluating the consistency of immediate aesthetic perceptions of web pages
Effects of practice, age, and task demands, on interference from a phone task while driving.
Economic and subjective measures of the perceived value of aesthetics and usability
By using economic methods, researchers and practitioners can obtain system evaluations that are strongly related to performance criteria and that may be more valid when the evaluation context favors task-oriented performance.