HCI and Information systems

Research Centre for Digital Life

This group researches Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in its broadest sense: looking at how technology can be improved by understanding how people use it and how it shapes what they do at the individual, group and organisational level.

We particularly focus on evaluation and development methods. Recent work includes research on user experience and usability pertaining to learning materials and eHealth, and the refinement of evaluation methods within HCI. Other themes include designing for accessibility, participatory design, and agile software development methods in organisations.