Articles by Carine Lallemand
Carine Lallemand is a research engineer in psychology, ergonomics and human-computer interaction at the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor in Luxembourg, where she focuses on defining, scoping, and modeling user experience at a scientific level. Because she lives for promoting UX and loves to share ideas with fellow UX professionals, she is also vice president of France-Luxembourg UXPA Chapter.
Dear Diary: Using Diaries to Study User Experience
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]