Interactions @ Scale: User experiences with many objects
Southern New Hampshire University Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter meeting
Dr. Scott Overmyer, Associate Dean SNHU – Information Technology, Global Campus Academics
DATE, LOCATION & FORMAT
February 20, 2020, at 8 pm EST. Remote presentation. 30 minutes with post-presentation Q&A
HumanLogic Principals Karen Donoghue and Craig Newell delivered a presentation that proposed answers to the question “What user experiences work best for dealing with lots of things?” After a review of existing HCI techniques for dealing with interactions at a range of scales, Karen and Craig presented a case study of their recent work on building Local Haze, an app that crowdsources air quality sensor data at scale. The post-presentation Q&A included great questions from the attendees and students.