The purpose of this study is to better understand how different navigational paradigms affect the consumption of data-driven visual stories and the overall story experience.

We will ask you to experience a visual story in two different settings: as a stepper and a scroller.

You will be asked to read a story in these conditions and provide your feedback after each chapter. We are utilizing a real-world story about machine learning created by Stephanie Yee & Tony Chu, broken up into three chapters. We will ask you to read this story as you normally would and provide your honest feedback on the different navigation paradigms.

We do not anticipate any risk for taking part in this study. If you have any questions, complaints, or if you feel you have been harmed by this research please contact [RESEARCHER]. You can also contact the IRB if you have questions regarding your rights as a research participant.

This study should take less than 15 minutes to complete. Participation in this study is voluntary. You can choose not to take part. You can choose not to finish the questionnaire or omit any question you prefer not to answer without penalty or loss of benefits. Your participation or non-participation will in no way affect your employment. By continuing with this study, you are giving your consent to participate in this study.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in our study; we appreciate your cooperation.