Articles by Brian Falcone
Dr. Falcone is a human factors research psychologist with a specialization in human-computer interaction and neuroergonomics. He has over 10 years of research experience using mixed methods paired with neurophysiological measures. He uses these skills to build and refine innovative interfaces that improve how humans interact with complex and intelligent systems.
Labeling and Placement of the Logout Button in Mobile Surveys
Abstract As more people use smartphones to complete web surveys, survey designers are beginning to optimize online questionnaires for limited screen displays, determining which design practices and features can carry over to mobile devices. One such feature is a logout button—an action button that allows users to leave the survey, usually saving their information by […] [Read More]