To demonstrate the Domestic Widgets concept in a open an public space (e.g. a conference or event), I developed a … More
As in 2018, this year (2019) Augusto Esteves invited me to present my work for his undergraduate course Playful Interaction. … More
My colleague and friend, Selina Sutton, a PhD researcher on human-computer interaction and sociolinguistics, asked me to design a logo … More
As Design Chair (and initially Web Chair) for the 2019 CHI PLAY conference I was tasked with the development of … More
As part of my PhD, I am looking into research methods to involve and empower families in the development of future Internet of Things (IoT) products and scenarios. Over the last decade(s), a growth of tools, platforms and consumer products has lowered the threshold to get involved in Do-It-Yourself (DIY) practises. Whilst self-built (or at least assembled) connected products are becoming more common, not all members of a household are necessarily involved – or interested for that matter. By leveraging the household creativity of existing activities, such as tinkering and crafting with household materials, we aim to involve all members of the household in these activities.
Summary of the demos, study and interactive lights. In-depth explanation on the study demos and the interaction technique. … More