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Sports, data and HCI

SIGCHI Finland organized yet another interesting seminar 10.4.2014. This one was about my favorite topic: Sports, data and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The …

A job well found

Two months ago I found a job. I’ve been sharing some of my tips and tricks related to job seeking, so I …

UX-maker’s children

As a user experience (UX) evangelist I typically sermon to people how they should involve the users in the product creation: study …

UX Unicorn

User experience (UX) is not one thing, it’s several. There are skill sets such as user- and usability research, interaction design, visual …

New frontiers of HCI research

Five professors from five different universities talked about new frontiers of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Research in a SIGCHI Finland seminar 16.1.2014. Some …

Likable software

Alan Cooper has said: “If we want users to like our software, we should design it to behave like a likable person.” …

Better knowledge work (seeking)

Last week I attended incredibly inspiring  925 festival – a seminar about better knowledge work life. It oozed positive thinking and gave …

Usability means they care

Today is World Usability Day. A perfect day to take a moment to think about all the things that work well – …

The good sides of job hunting

I’ve had a busy month: four interviews in four different companies in four weeks. None of them resulted a job, though – …