Author Archives: Nis

Paper accepted at INTERACT 2017: Active Involvement of Software Developers in Usability Engineering: Two Small-Scale Case Studies

Nis and Jan Stage have co-authored a short paper that got accepted at INTERACT 2017. Abstract The essence of usability evaluations is to produce feedback that supports the downstream utility so the interaction design can be improved and problems can … Continue reading

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Facilitating Redesign with Design Cards: Experiences with Novice Designers

Nis, Anders, and Jan got a paper accepted at OzCHI 2016, the Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group, taking place in Launceston, Tasmania from November 29th – December 2nd 2016. Abstract While effort has been put into … Continue reading

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Paper accepted at OzHI 2015: Teaching Software Developers to Perform UX Tasks

Together with co-authors Tina Øvad and Lars Bo Larsen, Nis Bornoe and Jan Stage from S+I got the paper “Teaching Software Developers to Perform UX Tasks” accepted at OzCHI 2015. Recent years S+I has published several papers about how to … Continue reading

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TagPad: Supporting Field Interviews and Analysis

Nis Bornoe and Louise Barkhuus got a paper accepted at iConference 2013 for presentation and proceedings. The conference will be held February 12 – 15, 2013 in Fort Worth, TX, USA. In this paper we report on experiences with the data collection tool … Continue reading

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