September 15 - 18, 2014: @ HCSE 2014, Paderborn, Germany.
September 1, 2014: Starting teaching activities, eight group supervisions and TA in two courses.
I characterize myself as a qualitative Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher and have a multidisciplinary background covering computer science, psychology, cognitive science and information systems. My general research subject is usability engineering. Currently I'm looking into how usability engineering is conducted “in the wild” in industry. The purpose is to (hopefully) better bridge academia with industry by investigating how academic research can be made more accessible and useable to practitioners. I have in the past worked with qualitative studies of social media, mainly social networking services.
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Together with co-author Jan Stage we got a short paper accepted at the conference 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 be fixed. In practice, software development organizations experience several obstacles for conducting usability engineering. […]