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User experience evaluation methods: current state and development needs
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In this paper, we present the results of our multi-year effort of collecting UX evaluation methods from academia and industry with different approaches such as literature review, workshops, Special Interest Groups sessions and an online survey. Expand
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Trends in the living room and beyond: results from ethnographic studies using creative and playful probing
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In this article we present the findings of two ethnographic studies embedded into two broader projects on interactive television in the home environment and show trends in and beyond the living room, concerned with personalization, privacy, and security as well as communication. Expand
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User Experience Evaluation Methods in Academic and Industrial Contexts
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We investigate 30user experience (UX) evaluation methods that were collected during a special interest group session at the CHI2009 Conference. Expand
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Opportunities for odor: experiences with smell and implications for technology
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We collected stories from 439 participants who described personally memorable smell experiences in an online questionnaire. Expand
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Live-streaming changes the (video) game
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We look at the different communities that have grown around video game spectating, the incentives of all stakeholders and the technologies involved and stimulate a discussion around how such understanding from the video game field could be interesting for interactive television. Expand
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Talking about tactile experiences
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A common problem with designing and developing applications with tactile interfaces is the lack of a vocabulary that allows one to describe or communicate about haptics. Expand
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Interactive TV for the Home: An Ethnographic Study on Users' Requirements and Experiences
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In this article, the results of an ethnographic study conducted during the summer 2005 as part of a field trial on iTV in Salzburg, Austria, are presented. Expand
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Temporal, affective, and embodied characteristics of taste experiences: a framework for design
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We present rich descriptions of taste experience through an analysis of the diachronic and synchronic experiences of each of the five basic taste qualities: sweet, sour, salt, bitter, and umami. Expand
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User experience evaluation: do you know which method to use?
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This session collects information and experiences about UX evaluation methods used in academia and industry, discusses the pros and cons of each method, and ideates on how to improve the methods. Expand
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Emotions Mediated Through Mid-Air Haptics
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We demonstrate the non-arbitrary mapping between emotions and haptic descriptions across three groups. Expand
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