36. Time is Relative

Lisbeth Ramirez
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36. Time is Relative
1 People like progress
1.1 Provide progress indicators for users to know how much time something is going to take
2 The perception of time and your reaction to it are greatly influenced by predictability and expectations
2.1 Time changes/alters expectations and reactions toward things
3 If possible, make the amount of time it takes to do a task or bring up information consistent, so people can adjust their expectations accordingly
3.1 A timeline for tasks or steps in a process, if possible, can be used to show the end user the amount of time it'll take and they will adjust their expectations accordingly
4 To make a process seem shorter, break it up into steps and have people think less
4.1 Mental processing makes something seem to take a long time
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