Last night I attended the Ladies that UX London meet-up on International Research, featuring presentations by three Google researchers. They presented their insights and experiences around international research in emerging markets, in particular drawing on examples from Brazil and India.
The Spotless team are looking to go on Safari at SxSW and run a fully interactive half-day workshop adventure where attendees will learn the latest ethnographic techniques, apply them at the interactive conference in Austin, TX and wear funny hats (optional). We need your help to get selected!
Tube strike blues? Us too, and yet another reason we’re excited about conducting some research into the future experience of driverless cars and autonomous vehicles.
I was proud to have a conference paper based on my final MSc project at UCL get into the 2015 proceedings of the international Computer Human Interaction conference – here is an account of some of the highlights of the conference, which was being held in Asia for the first time.
Now that Google Glass headsets have begun to filter out to the public as part of a beta-testing scheme, engineers have been peeping at the programming code to see what wonders Google has planned for us. Amongst the discoveries were a number of hidden references to ways that users would be able to interact with wearable computers without having to say a word. For example, a nod could turn the glasses on or off and a well timed wink could take a photo. Researchers at Samsung’s Emerging Technology Lab could be rendering such advances obsolete though, by developing tablets that…