I was one of the UX researchers working for the UK Autodrive, a flagship, multi-partner project studying automated vehicles.… Read more →
I’ve been playing with different photography techniques and styles, and some of the results can be found below.
I’ve been taking photos of sports events, both as a hobby and also hired by organisers. Examples include the International Athletics, in Loughborough, which had a few olympian medalist as competitors. I also covered a few road bike races, and at that time I had set up a website to sell shots to competitors.
Self-portraits for the Movember campaign
Charity set … Read more →
We are seeing the use of alternative approaches to measure user attitudes, specifically, those that offer more robust, useful and actionable attitudinal data. One of these methods is the Best-Worst Scaling (BWS), which has risen in popularity as a choice-based measurement approach. BWS experiments collect both “best” and “worst” information from a set of statements about the product or service offering. These could include attributes, features or product benefits. As such, more information is gathered about the top ranked and … Read more →
The Reflect Project was looking into ways to promote sustainable modes of transport such as walking and cycling instead of driving. … Read more →
A few years ago I was working for a project evaluating smart home technology, comparing user expectations at the point of installation with experiences 1 year later. … Read more →
I was trying to make Microsoft Excel display sharp times on graphs, but took me a while to figure out how to. I had this graph of time to complete the task, per group of participants. The X axis displayed the participant group, and the Y axis corresponded to time. But as you can see on the example, instead of showing rounded times like 2, 5 or 10 minutes, Excel was showing fractions like 01:26, 2:53 etc. I would prefer … Read more →