Human-Computer Interaction in Mobile Context : A Cognitive Resources Perspective

@inproceedings{Oulasvirta2004HumanComputerII,
  title={Human-Computer Interaction in Mobile Context : A Cognitive Resources Perspective},
  author={Antti Oulasvirta},
  year={2004}
}
A thorough appreciation of physical, social, interactional, and psychological contextual factors is crucial in the design of ubiquitous computing applications. This paper investigates the benefits of a method, called bodystorming, for carrying out design sessions in the original context, “in the wild”, instead of the office. A location is selected that is identical or similar to the original environment. Innovation, carried out on-site, is based on ethnographical data presented as concrete… CONTINUE READING

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