usability, design, interaction design, information, web usability, user interface design, usability engineering,user testing, usability inspection, heuristic evaluation, webdesign, UI, GUI, HCI, user-centered design,human-computer interaction, mensch computer interaktion,universität konstanz, usability test, benutzerfreundlichkeit, mensch-maschine-interaktion, mensch-computer-interaktion, human-computer-interaction, usable, website usability, ergonomie, ergonomisch, psychologie, gestalt principles, scenario, information visualization,informationsvisualisierung, User Interface Evaluation, Usability testing, Human Factors, Erogonomic, Ergonomics, User Interfaces, User Interface, Interfaces, informations visualisierung, visual information seeking system, visual search interface, Mensch & Computer 2012Harald Reiterer

Review to Mensch und Computer 2017

This year’s “Mensch und Computer” took place in September and was themed under the
slogan “Spielend einfach interagieren”. Host-city was Regensburg. Carla Groeschel and Katja
Vock participated as Student Volunteers and thereby ensured a smooth procedure of the
conference as part of the team. Jonathan Wieland presented the paper “Loci Spheres: A
Mobile App Concept Based on the Method of Loci”. The method of loci is an effective
technique to support the memorization and retrieval of information. The publication
investigates, in which way the application of the technique can be supported by mobile
devices. Therefore, three variants of the app “Loci Spheres” are introduced. In an in-the-wild
study perceived system support, usage behavior, and effectiveness of the three variants are
investigated.

 

Jonathan Wieland, Jens Müller, Ulrike Pfeil, Harald Reiterer (2017). Loci Spheres: A Mobile
App Concept Based on the Method of Loci.
In: Burghardt, M., Wimmer, R., Wolff, C. &
Womser-Hacker, C. (Hrsg.), Mensch und Computer 2017 – Tagungsband. Regensburg:
Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.. (S. 227-238).

 

 

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