Category Archives: Seminars

S+I Research Seminar: Vasiliki Tsaknaki

Title: Exploring preciousness for interaction design, by engaging in crafting, as a particular approach and attitude towards materiality and making. Abstract: Practice-based design research in the interaction design domain can contribute with studying the many facets involved in a making … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir

Title: Integrating UX activities in Agile Software Development Processes Abstract: Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir is an Associate Professor at Reykjavík University. She is visiting Aalborg to give a talk on her research on integrating UX activities in agile software development processes. … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Markus Löchtefeld

Title: Same-Side Interaction – Making Smartwatches mobile again Abstract: The latest advancements in mobile computing bring to a wide audience a new generation of wearable devices that are directly attached to a user’s body, for example glasses or smartwatches. Due … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Effie Law and Anders Bruun

Title: Understanding the Relationship between Frustration and the Severity of Usability Problems: What can Psychophysiological Data (Not) Tell Us? Abstract: Frustration is used as a criterion for identifying usability problems (UPs) and for rating their severity in a few of … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – John Stouby Persson

Title: The Roles of Conference Papers in IS: An Analysis of the Scandinavian Conference on Information Systems Abstract: Information Systems (IS) research has both a journal-oriented publication culture and a rich plethora of conferences. It is unclear why IS researchers … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Eleftherios Papachristos

Title: Visual Design Evaluation Techniques Abstract: The importance of aesthetics in web design and other interactive artifacts has been demonstrated by several studies in recent years. My curiosity about the aesthetic judgment formation and my interest to understand the consequences … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Peter Axel Nielsen

Adapting Dashboards: Dashing or Disasterous? 16th October 2015, 9:30-10:30, in 0.2.90. Abstract: In this talk I will take a starting point in a piece of research we did with a small agile software company, Adapt. A particular challenge was how … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Nis Bornoe – Usability Engineering: Facilitating a Collaborative Redesign Process with Design Cards

When and Where: Wednesday 8 April, 12:00-13:00, Room 0.2.15 – Bring your lunch! Presenter: Nis Bornoe Abstract: For years it have been argued that the essence of usability evaluations is to influence design changes, also known as downstream utility. While … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Dimitris Raptis & Rikke Jensen – The TotalFLEX Project

When and Where: Wednesday 1 April, 12:00-13:00, Room 0.2.15 – Bring your lunch! Presenters: Dimitris Raptis & Rikke Jensen Information Seminar: The TotalFlex project is a cooperative project with the CISS and DAISY research groups of the department, funded by Energinet.dk. Dimitris and … Continue reading

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