Articles by Antti Oulasvirta
Antti Oulasvirta is currently the co-leader of the Ubiquitous Interaction research group at HIIT. He received his PhD from University of Helsinki in 2006 and was recently a postdoc at the School of Information, University of California Berkeley. His research interests include mobile HCI and cognitive science.
Flexible Hardware Configurations for Studying Mobile Usability
Abstract The main challenges for mobile usability labs, as measurement instruments, lay not so much on being able to record what happens on the user interface, but capturing the interactional relationship between the user and the environment. An ideal mobile usability lab would enable recording, with sufficient accuracy and reliability, the user’s deployment of gaze, […] [Read More]