Ubikequitous computing: designing interactive experiences for cyclists

@inproceedings{Rowland2009UbikequitousCD,
  title={Ubikequitous computing: designing interactive experiences for cyclists},
  author={Duncan Rowland and Martin Flintham and Leif Oppermann and Joe Marshall and Alan Chamberlain and Boriana Koleva and Steve Benford and Citlali Perez},
  booktitle={Mobile HCI},
  year={2009}
}
This paper charts the distinctive challenges of designing mobile experiences for cyclists and presents two studies of mobile cycle-based experiences: one a heritage tour; the other an exploration of a city at dusk involving recording and listening to personal stories. To understand the cyclists' experiences questionnaires, interviews and observations are drawn on to derive eight lessons for designing cycle-based interaction including: cycling proficiency, physicality, impact of the environment… CONTINUE READING
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