Welcome to the interact lab at the University of
We take a user-centred approach to understanding
and designing for interactions between people and technologies in
everyday contexts. We are particularly interested in new possibilities
enabled by pervasive/ubiquitous sensors, wireless networks, tangible
and handheld devices. We design and evaluate deployments in authentic
environments and reflect on these to develop theories and methods that
are used in turn for design.
Worlshop on 'emotion in HCI' accepted for British HCI 2009 conference.This follows on from the 2008 workshop.
Enabling Participatory Science.
Workshop at AIED '09 in Brighton, July 6-10. e-Science Usability researchers invite you to participate.
Mobile Pod launched for e-Missions.
e-Science Usability researchers collaborate on outreach activities with local schools.
Video game usability lab.
University of Sussex announces the UK's first dedicated video games
at CHI 2009. Age
matters: Bridging the generation gap through technology-mediated
2 at CHI 2009. Evaluating new interactions in
healthcare: challenges and approaches.
New projects in the lab.
We are now working on Motivating Mobility, Supporting
Shy Users in Pervasive Computing and Electronic Health
Records. And e-Science continues.
Funding news. Google
funding award to communicate about HCI in schools.