Javier Bargas-Avila
Javier Bargas-Avila
UX Researcher, Google Inc.
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Old Wine in New Bottles or Novel Challenges? A Critical Analysis of Empirical Studies of User Experience
JA Bargas-Avila, K Hornbæk
CHI '11 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in …, 2011
The role of visual complexity and prototypicality regarding first impression of websites: Working towards understanding aesthetic judgments
AN Tuch, EE Presslaber, M Stöcklin, K Opwis, JA Bargas-Avila
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 70 (11), 794-811, 2012
Visual complexity of websites: Effects on users’ experience, physiology, performance, and memory
AN Tuch, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis, FH Wilhelm
International journal of human-computer studies 67 (9), 703-715, 2009
Is beautiful really usable? Toward understanding the relation between usability, aesthetics, and affect in HCI
AN Tuch, SP Roth, K HornbæK, K Opwis, JA Bargas-Avila
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (5), 1596-1607, 2012
Symmetry and aesthetics in website design: It’sa man’s business
AN Tuch, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1831-1837, 2010
Beyond web content accessibility guidelines: Design of enhanced text user interfaces for blind internet users
S Leuthold, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 66 (4), 257-270, 2008
Mental models for web objects: Where do users expect to find the most frequent objects in online shops, news portals, and company web pages?
SP Roth, P Schmutz, SL Pauwels, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Interacting with computers 22 (2), 140-152, 2009
Location matters, especially for non-salient features–An eye-tracking study on the effects of web object placement on different types of websites
SP Roth, AN Tuch, ED Mekler, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
International journal of human-computer studies 71 (3), 228-235, 2013
Vertical versus dynamic menus on the world wide web: Eye tracking study measuring the influence of menu design and task complexity on user performance and subjective preference
S Leuthold, P Schmutz, JA Bargas-Avila, AN Tuch, K Opwis
Computers in human behavior 27 (1), 459-472, 2011
Here’s looking at you, bud: Alcohol-related memory structures predict eye movements for social drinkers with low executive control
M Friese, J Bargas-Avila, W Hofmann, RW Wiers
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (2), 143-151, 2010
Simple but crucial user interfaces in the world wide web: introducing 20 guidelines for usable web form design
JA Bargas-Avila, O Brenzikofer, SP Roth, AN Tuch, S Orsini, K Opwis
User interfaces, 2010
Intranet satisfaction questionnaire: Development and validationof a questionnaire to measure user satisfaction with the Intranet
JA Bargas-Avila, J Lötscher, S Orsini, K Opwis
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (6), 1241-1250, 2009
Usable error message presentation in the World Wide Web: Do not show errors right away
JA Bargas-Avila, G Oberholzer, P Schmutz, M de Vito, K Opwis
Interacting with Computers 19 (3), 330-341, 2007
Is once enough?: on the extent and content of replications in human-computer interaction
K Hornbæk, SS Sander, JA Bargas-Avila, J Grue Simonsen
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2014
Foci and blind spots in user experience research
J Bargas-Avila, K Hornbæk
interactions 19 (6), 24-27, 2012
Building an interaction design pattern language: A case study
SL Pauwels, C Hübscher, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (3), 452-463, 2010
Enhancing online forms: Use format specifications for fields with format restrictions to help respondents
JA Bargas-Avila, S Orsini, H Piosczyk, D Urwyler, K Opwis
Interacting with Computers 23 (1), 33-39, 2010
Error prevention in online forms: Use color instead of asterisks to mark required-fields
SL Pauwels, C Hübscher, S Leuthold, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Interacting with Computers 21 (4), 257-262, 2009
Designing usable web forms: empirical evaluation of web form improvement guidelines
M Seckler, S Heinz, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis, AN Tuch
Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing …, 2014
The role of visual complexity in affective reactions to webpages: Subjective, eye movement, and cardiovascular responses
A Tuch, S Kreibig, S Roth, J Bargas-Avila, K Opwis, F Wilhelm
IEEE transactions on affective computing 2 (4), 230-236, 2011
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