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Designing for Temporal Harmony: Exploring the Well-Being Concept for Designing the Temporal Dimension of User Experience

Cristina Hermosa Perrino, Michael Burmester
2020 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
The results demonstrate that it is possible to systematically develop temporal UX concepts that evoke positive anticipations, experiences, and retrospections, and that these promote a positive UX as well  ...  as contribute to users' long-term well-being.  ...  Interact. 2020, 4, x FOR PEER REVIEW 15 of 28 Figure 5 . 5 User Experience (UX) Concept 'Experience Explorer': (a) users can explore locationdependent experience possibilities; (b) users can use Bookmark  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti4030066 fatcat:zg2r2oyelvgbdmzhsf57yaaege


K. R. N. Harshani, Ali Khatibi, S. M. Ferdous Azam
2020 Zenodo  
Also, to operationally define key concepts used for this study to ensure clarity of the concepts.  ...  Researchers followed literature Review as the main methodology to review the existing empirical knowledge to build conceptual content to support for the proposed research directions.  ...  Ferdous Azam ACADEMIC LIBRARY USERS' EXPERIENCE: A REVIEW ON RELATED CONCEPTS AND EMPIRICAL IMPLICATION European Journal of Social Sciences Studies -Volume 5 │ Issue 1 │ 2020 25  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3732633 fatcat:tsj4kldzivahtianv4zajh3wmu


Faizul Azli Mohd Rahim, Nurshuhada Zainon, Nur Mardhiyah Aziz, Loo Siaw Chuing, U.H. Obaidellah
2021 International Journal of Property Sciences  
Therefore, this study provides a review of smart campus concept, application and potential opportunities that emerge in the smart campus towards enhancing campus users' learning experiences.  ...  The recent pandemic has directed and amplified the need for a paradigm shift, with predominant virtual teaching, and remote working bursting onto the scene.  ...  Therefore, this paper aims to explore the smart campus concept, applications and potential opportunities that emerge in enhancing users' learning experiences.  ... 
doi:10.22452/ijps.vol11no1.1 fatcat:perogvyevfbhhi2raehbz7h2mq

The Concept and Technologies of Quality of Geographic Information Service: Improving User Experience of GIServices in a Distributed Computing Environment

Kai Hu, Zhipeng Gui, Xiaoqiang Cheng, Huayi Wu, Stephen McClure
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
We discuss three approaches for the provision of QoGIS information and find that user feedback mining is an important supplementary source of quality information.  ...  We believe this bibliographic review provides a helpful guide for GIS researchers.  ...  To fully explore the existing research scattered across the disciplines, a systematical conceptual framework of QoGIS research topics is needed.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8030118 fatcat:rah6u5zzmzho5l4fbk3vibirhu

Users as innovators? Exploring the limitations of user-driven innovation

Paul Trott, Patrick Van Der Duin, Dap Hartmann
2013 Prometheus  
Both need to ensure that their search for Page 4 sources of innovation is not overly reliant on users; for curiosity driven research unfettered by the market will surely continue to provide a rich source  ...  Next we present three points of criticism on the lead user school and we end this article with the implication of our criticism for how companies should deal with users as source for innovation and for  ...  -Exploring whether lead-users for a certain type of new product or service can also function as such for other new products and services: what is the predictive power of lead-users?  ... 
doi:10.1080/08109028.2013.818790 fatcat:mtot2coccvdvveazcpfxu2fzxi

Exploring users motivation in innovation communities

Anna Stahlbrost, Birgitta Bergvall Kareborn
2011 International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management  
The aim of this paper therefore is to explore who the users are and what motivates them to contribute to innovation processes in an innovation intermediary community.  ...  This study show that in innovation intermediary communities, one important motivational factor for users is learning.  ...  There is thus a need for more studies focusing on user motivation in other types of emerging innovation communities.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeim.2011.043051 fatcat:oovfzqohrjc6xkvnzg7dbm3s2m

Exploring Motivations for Bitcoin Technology Usage

Irni Eliana Khairuddin, Corina Sas, Sarah Clinch, Nigel Davies
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '16  
Our initial findings capture three main motivations such as Bitcoin's predicted role in a monetary revolution, users' increased empowerment, and their perception of a real value of Bitcoin currency.  ...  This paper presents an exploratory study focusing on user experience with Bitcoin technology.  ...  [7] have employed a survey to explore user experience with a complementary currency in the UK, i.e., Bristol Pound (£B).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2851581.2892500 dblp:conf/chi/KhairuddinSCD16 fatcat:cwisa5rz4rdhdfwunnyd3a5ute

Building Material: Exploring Playfulness of 3D Printers

Stephanie De Smale
2014 Transactions of the Digital Games Research Association  
Using the Ultimaker Original as a case study, it addresses the question of whether the practice of open source software and hardware in 3D printing is inherently playful and how the user affects and is  ...  This article explores the practice of 3D printers from a playful perspective.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Joost Raessens for his support and guidance throughout these last few months. It has been a pleasure working with Building Material 26  ... 
doi:10.26503/todigra.v1i3.21 fatcat:4yumoiyunzbxnnvc2pugcdxkru

A Conceptual Framework for Linked Data Exploration [chapter]

Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Brambilla, Emanuele Della Valle, Piero Fraternali, Chiara Pasini
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We support seamless integration of both Linked and non-Linked data sources and we allow designers to define complex, rank-aware result construction and exploration rules based on rank aggregation and multiple  ...  However, less attention has been paid to the analysis of the information seeking requirements from the user point of view.  ...  With the growth of the available corpus of Web data, the need arises for effective mechanisms targeted to human users for searching, exploring, and consuming such data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27997-3_10 fatcat:uvbciomtbrg37h75uyb4aivnv4

Exploring users' experiences of the Web

Barry Brown, Abigail Sellen
2001 First Monday  
Previously he worked as a research scientist at HP Labs in Bristol, where the work discussed in this paper was conducted.  ...  About the Authors Barry Brown is a researcher at the University of Glasgow, U.K.  ...  A user need only click on the favourite they need as soon as it is displayed.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v6i9.882 fatcat:ttranyyumffbzffhptku63jrw4

Exploring Large Audiovisual Archives through Embodied Experiences in Immersive Environments

Giacomo Alliata
2022 Zenodo  
The focus will be on employing data as material for the creation of a virtual world and the social interactions that result from multi-user environments placing users as actors of the storytelling rather  ...  Moreover, archival scholars have stressed the importance of innovative forms of engagement through compelling frameworks for the exploration of these large collections.  ...  Sarah Kenderdine, who I would like to thank for the supervision of my thesis. See for more information on the project. DHCH@ISR -June 2022  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6635482 fatcat:mlgw2zes4re55oihx3x2y33nri

Exploring employee interactions and quality of contributions in intra-organisational innovation platforms

Dimitra Chasanidou, Njål Sivertstøl, Jarle Hildrum
2018 Creativity and Innovation Management  
For the company, the need for a change is generated from two main sources, as it was discussed above, the customers (sustaining innovation) and the company (disruptive innovation).  ...  In the fuzzy front-end of this process, innovation platforms is a viable approach for companies to use as a source of innovation involving internal or external users [96, 102] .  ... 
doi:10.1111/caim.12290 fatcat:eapj2xfdfverpect4kehk4ebw4

Cloud Computing: Exploring the scope [article]

Abhinav Pandey, Akash Pandey, Ankit Tandon, Brajesh Kr Maurya, Upendra Kushwaha, Dr. Madhvendra Mishra, Vijayshree Tiwari
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Cloud computing has vast potential in terms of lean Retail methodologies that can minimize the operational cost by using the third party based IT capabilities, as a service.  ...  However, migrated cloud platforms and services cost benefits as well as performances are neither clear nor summarized.  ...  Concept of cloud has emerged as a savior for the retailers therefore restructuring the basic IT configuration which remained unaltered for last many years.  ... 
arXiv:1005.1904v3 fatcat:qupg3t6yfnhlvowqw4drlgha54

Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon

Ellen Enkel, Oliver Gassmann, Henry Chesbrough
2009 R & D Management  
There may be a need for a creative interpretation and adaptation of the value propositions, or business models, in each situation.  ...  Recent research, including the papers in this special issue, demonstrates an increasing range of situations where the concept is regarded as applicable.  ...  Acknowledgements As editors of this and the forthcoming special issue on open R&D and open innovation, we are very grateful to colleagues and associates for discussions and a large number of referees who  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9310.2009.00570.x fatcat:k4cjk7hitvb55iakp2aoguitjq

Exploring Strategies for Capturing Customer's Tacit Knowledge in Customer Integration Methods

Ulrich Bretschneider, Shkodran Zogaj
2016 International Journal of Knowledge Management  
In many instances, customers are seen as one of the key resources for new product development (NPD), as they often have deep product knowledge, either in the form of explcit or tacit knowledge.  ...  Firms' NPD departments are highly interested in internalizing these forms of customer knowledge with the help of customer integration methods, such as Ideas Competitions, Lead-User-Workshops etc.  ...  Here, by enabling customers to experience concepts or prototypes while testing them, customers' latent needs can be discovered.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijkm.2016040101 fatcat:t726banhkve3nektkuvhlotdpe
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