Articles about Diary Study

Dear Diary: Getting the Most from Respondent Journals and Diaries

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Diary research is an art and a science that can add depth to your research and meat to your insights, often at minimal extra cost. [Read More]

Dear Diary: Using Diaries to Study User Experience

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A UX diary contains notes on experiences using an application in a natural environment. Learn how to use diaries in your research studies. [Read More]

Trust in Mobile Shopping: An Empirical Study

Mobile commerce is quickly creating an impact within North America and world economies. How can we design the mobile experience to help promote trust? [Read More]

Engaging with Mental Health: Opportunity for Collaboration

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Collaboration between human-computer interaction (HCI) and mental health professionals can play a valuable role in future research on mental health technologies. [Read More]

Conducting Field Studies with Older Adults Lessons for Recruiting and Testing Older Users

Field testing and field research work especially well with older adults, if you are sensitive to their needs in both the recruiting and data collection process. [Read More]

Cultural Probes: Understanding Users in Context

Probes force designers to think about the context and motivations of use, thus building a stronger understanding of the target audience and potentially leading to more informed designs. [Read More]