Model and representation: the effect of visual feedback on human performance in a color picker interface

@article{Douglas1999ModelAR,
  title={Model and representation: the effect of visual feedback on human performance in a color picker interface},
  author={Sarah A. Douglas and Arthur E. Kirkpatrick},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={1999},
  volume={18},
  pages={96-127}
}
User interfaces for color selection consist of a visible screen representation, an input method, and the underlying conceptual organization of the color model. We report a two-way factorial, between-subjects variable experiment that tested the effect of high and low visual feedback interfaces on speed and accuracy of color matching for RGB and HSV color models. The only significant effect was improved accuracy due to increased visual feedback. Using color groups as a within-subjects variable… Expand
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