The Labour Illusion Effect

The Labour Illusion Effect says that users trust and value results more when the results are shown to them after a delay as the website loaded results (even if the delay is fake).

They can be a visualise thing, verbal, a sound or anything that you supposed they are working now in front of user, like instances, I built a test across a holding companies comparison websites to test when redirecting to a offer, a loader is added so significant time is in place to store all the data, but we make The Labour Illusion Effect happens by proxy.

People value things more when they see the work behind them

I’ve mostly seen in booking engines. Say for flights. I’d take this to other areas where a system requires some thinking or storing of information.

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