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UCLIC Research Seminar 24th January: Can Liu, From Surfaces to Places - Understanding & Designing Phygital User Experiences

Ubiquitous technologies enable user experiences with new form factors, sizes and modalities, which blend the physical and digital worlds in various ways. While the digital can be efficient, dynamic and versatile, the physical can be natural, embodied and easy to learn. How can we design future…

UCLIC Research Seminar 17th January: Paul Marshall, End user engagement with data

Computer science is going through something of a data revolution, with new mathematics and algorithms being developed to make sense of the global explosion of data. However, the perspective of most of this work has been on what insights large organisations - governments, IT companies or the NHS -…

UCLIC Research Seminar 10th January: Katie Seaborn, Citizen Engagement and Engaging Citizens: Two Cases in Co-Design for the Public

Governments, healthcare sectors, public organisations, and innovation tanks are investing in initiatives and projects that directly engage and involve the public in the design of civic and other services. Yet how such "citizen engagement" work should be carried out and what human factors…