Hi Kekewu, welcome to the forums!
In my view it was boring and demanding to take 39 similar decisions of what was the correct answer based on color perception as fast as I could to serve you the data needed to evaluate the color performance. The image show pretty well how the study works so I wasn’t surprised it took some effort to do.
You should also mention that after the 15-20 minutes effort comes the mandatory form about more personal details to submit or the participating will be invalidated.
And yet you exclude several of the most skilled developers here! I think you should have mentioned the age limit in your post.
Your link leads to a research description that also lists the conditions for participating. I wonder if the color perception check before the study starts could be saved and used to compare how the result is affected if the study would later expand and process data that comes from users you currently regard as out of scope (i.e. also including all ages. No offense, but that is of course prevented by the “clever” 18-65 select field for age.)
You are eligible for this study if and only if:
- You have not already completed this study.
- You are between 18 and 65 years of age.
- You do not have a color vision deficiency or abnormal vision.
I want to take the opportunity to recommend researchers to ask their uni teams to rethink how they design the survey if they are interested in a more unbiased data set that does not exclude or piss off some of the people who are willing to take part.
Last but not least; IMHO it would be decent to start a survey with asking for the personal details the study needs in order to process the data. To use it as the last step isn’t fair to the eventual uncomfortable user to have to abort and waste the time and effort made. Sadly that is the common strategy to lean on.