Research: HCI Research

UXmatters has published 4 articles on the topic HCI Research.

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  1. What Is the Relationship Between HCI Research and UX Practice?

    August 4, 2014

    Human-computer interaction (HCI) is a rapidly expanding academic research domain. Academic institutions conduct most HCI research—in the US, UK, Europe, Australasia, and Japan, with growth in Southeast Asia and China. HCI research often occurs in Computer Science departments, but retains its historically strong relationship to Psychology and Human Factors. Plus, there are several large, prominent corporations that both conduct HCI research themselves and engage with the academic research community—for example, Microsoft Research, PARC, and Google. Read More

  2. Perception and Regionalism Influence User Satisfaction

    June 22, 2015

    “Hello, Siri … I don’t know what to do with you.”

    “Can I have access to your GPS?”

    There is a direct correlation between users’ perceptions of a technology’s capabilities and their satisfaction with that technology. When user expectations exceed those capabilities, user satisfaction suffers. Read More

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