Peter Schmutz
Peter Schmutz
Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund
Verified email at mgb.ch
TitleCited byYear
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
1122009
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
712011
Cognitive load in ecommerce applications: measurement and effects on user satisfaction
P Schmutz, S Heinz, Y Métrailler, K Opwis
Advances in Human-Computer Interaction 2009, 3, 2009
662009
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
532007
Designing product listing pages—Effects on sales and users’ cognitive workload
P Schmutz, SP Roth, M Seckler, K Opwis
International journal of human-computer studies 68 (7), 423-431, 2010
322010
Cinematographic techniques in architectural animations and their effects on viewers' judgment
EJ Hah, P Schmutz, AN Tuch, D Agotai, M Wiedmer, K Opwis
International Journal of Design 2 (3), 2008
52008
Der foot-in-the-door Effekt
P Schmutz
Ein Mittel zur Reduktion von Drop-Out in Online-Untersuchungen, 2004
22004
Search or browse: how do people behave while navigating on e-commerce websites?
Y Métrailler, J Bargas-Avila, P Schmutz, K Opwis
Proceedings of the German Cognitive Science Conference (KogWis' 05), 137-140, 0
1*
Cognitive Load in E-commerce Applications: Measurement and Effects
P Schmutz
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2010
2010
Effects of size and visibility of textareas on answer size in online surveys
P Schmutz, J Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Hille, 2008
2008
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