There are a few things that you should always keep in mind when designing your task interface:
Long run time
Performers usually spend a lot of time completing tasks because they are motivated to earn as much as possible. At the same time, most of them focus on one or two specific projects. Performers who only spend a couple of minutes a day in Toloka are more likely the exception.Repeatable actions
The vast majority of tasks are associated with completing more or less the same actions, which is why it is critical to create a convenient interface. Naturally, there may be different situations even within the framework of a single project, but they should all be described in the instructions.
If we consider only the duration and repeatability of what performers do in a task, the process looks similar to viewing a news feed on social networks. But completing tasks still requires more concentration than viewing a newsfeed. Performers who can’t focus will most likely have poor results and your quality control rules will suspend them from the project.
Performers are highly motivated to earn money, and the faster they finish tasks, they more they can earn. This means that they are tempted to rush through tasks, and it is important to control their speed in order to get good results.