Monthly Archives: June 2015

New approaches to usability evaluation in software development: Barefoot and crowdsourcing

Although usability evaluations are crucial in the process of developing software systems with a high level of usability, their use is still limited in small and medium-sized software development companies. Many of these companies are e.g. unable to allocate the … Continue reading

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Another two papers accepted for INTERACT 2015

1. Bruun, A. and Ahm, S. (2015). Mind the Gap! Comparing Retrospective and Concurrent Ratings of Emotion in User Experience Evaluation. Proceedings of the 15th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), 18 pages. Springer Verlag. User experience (UX) is … Continue reading

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S+I participates in the official opening of DiCyPS

On Friday, 19 of January 2015, S+I participated in the official opening of the new Center for Data-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems (DiCyPS). Our group is one of the members of the Center that focuses on the study of complex physical systems … Continue reading

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Paper accepted for Interact 2015

Henrik Sørensen has had the final paper for his PhD thesis accepted at Interact 2015 to be held in Bamberg in September 2015. The paper is a result from Henrik’s internship at Microsoft Research Cambridge and is co-written with Kenton … Continue reading

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Full paper, demo, and poster accepted for Mobile HCI 2015

S+I has had a number of papers accepted for this year’s Mobile HCI conference to be held in Copenhagen in August. The full paper on the design and use of the QuittyLink application extends our work on smoking cessation done … Continue reading

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Record number of papers presented at CHI 2015

Mikael, Jeni and Jesper spent a week in Korea presenting work from S+I in various streams and venues. This year we had a record number of papers at CHI: 2 full papers, 1 note, 1 case study, 1 work-in-progress, and … Continue reading

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Full paper presented at CSCW 2015

Earlier this spring Jeni presented the group’s first paper at CSCW 2015 in Vancouver. The paper is the peak outcome of our work on analyzing physical interactions in the kitchen using YouTube as a data source in a digital ethnography. … Continue reading

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