The worst (but most accurate) volume control

Recently a fantastic UX experiment has been circulating the internet: design the worst volume control thinkable. Quite a few really good examples have been developed by UX developers from all corners.

We set out to make our own, however we upped the ante with the goal to make both a really bad UX experience, but also offer unparalleled functionality:

According to our calculations, you will need to scroll about 1.2km on a standard setup to reach 100%. This is rather tedious, but you can set the volume to a trillionth of a percent precisely. A great feature of our volume control: it's responsive, so the larger you make your browser window the greater accuracy control you will gain.

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