It’s been two and half years since we announced the opening of the Center for Research in User Experience (CRUX). Our capabilities have significantly grown in that time and we wanted to share with you what we look like today. We now have four different types of usability and eye-tracking solutions, all of which are [...]
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At Miami University, we are working to anticipate the security risks associated with Augmented Reality. In recent work, we have studied the ability of augmented reality systems to interfere with the user’s decision-making process.
A few weeks ago, you might have noticed that if you went to the Google home page and started typing that you were getting more help finishing your query than before. In fact, just typing the letter W would get you the weather where you are in less time than you can blink your eye. [...]
Thursday, October 21st, AIMS faculty and students were honored to present their work to His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama during his visit to Oxford. In an invitation-only event that morning, in Hall Auditorium, Glenn Platt (Co-Director of AIMS), Eric Hodgson (Director of the Smale Visualization Center), and Noah Bornstein (AIMS student and recent graduate) [...]
When a piece of interactive media is involved in harming someone, how do we assign blame?
Conducted rigorous usability and eye-tracking study. Redesigned customer experience.
AIMS is excited to announce the creation of the Center for Research in User Experience (CRUX), a Center devoted to the study and practice of user experience research.
CRUX is made up of experts in the fields of marketing, technical writing, cross-cultural communications and design who are trained in a wide range of usability methodologies. Our [...]
Consider these factoids:
• 33% of cell phone owners in the US now access news on their cell phones
• 37% of Internet users in the US have contributed to the creation of news
• 26% of ALL American adults now read news on their cell phones (Pew Research Center, 2010), and the percentage is 43% for those [...]