HaptiSonic Artefacts: short paper accepted at CHI’2017 workshop

I will be at CHI’2017 conference, presenting a paper on HaptiSonic artefacts as part of the Things of Design workshop. The workshop explores design research, as a growing mode of research within the HCI community, and the role of the artifact in generating knowledge outcomes from research through design (RtD). Continue reading “HaptiSonic Artefacts: short paper accepted at CHI’2017 workshop”

Postdoctoral position available in multisensory interaction and education

Applications are invited for a Research Associate/Senior Research Associate position in the Bristol Interaction Group (BIG Lab) within the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol. The role is part of the EPSRC project “Crossmodal Interactive Tools for Inclusive Learning”, which aims at investigating novel multisensory learning and teaching technologies that supports inclusive interaction between visually-impaired and sighted children in mainstream schools. Continue reading “Postdoctoral position available in multisensory interaction and education”

Welcome to New PhD Student Mohammed Alshahrani

Welcome to Mohammed Alshahrani who joins us to start his PhD on examining multimodal and crossmodal interaction to improve the accessibility and usability of mobile technology for the elderly population. Continue reading “Welcome to New PhD Student Mohammed Alshahrani”

CCmI editor hack wins NIME 2014 hackathon accessibility challenge

This years’ NIME conference, which took place at Goldsmiths University of London, featured a one day hackathon centered around assistive interfaces narrowing down disabling barriers to musical and creative expression. The challenge was the following: “Design a musical device that can be easily configured/modified to make music making accessible to all, including musicians with a disability”. Continue reading “CCmI editor hack wins NIME 2014 hackathon accessibility challenge”