Tag Archive for mobile

Book Chapter: Conducting Interviews with Remote Participants

Happy to announce that Carman Neustaedter (Simon Fraser University) and Tejinder K. Judge (Google Inc.)’s new book Studying and Designing for Domestic Life: Lessons From Home, includes a chapter I helped write. The chapter (Chapter 2) focuses on Conducting Interviews with Remote Participants. I specifically review my experience with mobile commerce and how we overcame remote participant challenges for the project. My fellow co-authors, Azadeh Forghani and… Read more →

Acceptance! MobileHCI 2012

Very proud to report that my full paper on Soft Trust and mCommerce Shopping Behaviours has been accepted to MobileHCI 2012. The conference boasts a 25% acceptance rate and will be held in San Francisco this year at the Westin St. Francis, September 21st to 24th. Here is a quick description of the paper: Our study explores typical mCommerce routines and behaviours along… Read more →

CHI 2012 – It was an experience!

I had a wonderful time last week in Texas exploring the many pleasantries that is CHI. This is my second year attending the conference, the first was last year in Vancouver. I can say that as I develop along my academic journey, the appreciation and experience of these events becomes invaluable. Technology exhibits that expand your concept of “what-is-possible”, watching… Read more →