Research · Interaction Design
Humans interact with computers in more ways and for more time than ever before.
We power on, open, look, type, click, listen, ask, hold, tap, swipe, close and power off.
We also charge, unplug, clean, sit on, drop, scratch, break, fix, misplace, find... and more.
This group studies everything we do with our computers, mice, keyboards, monitors, cables,
TVs, remote controls, tablets, pens, cameras, speakers, phones, headphones, watches, sensors...
Interaction DesignHuman factors and interfaces
Interaction Design Research Group
Open | Enrolling
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PubMed Database (Oxford)
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PubMed Health Information Management Journal
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