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About the Event
Stephanie Wilson is a Reader in the Centre for HCI Design, City University London. She is also an Assistant Dean in the School of Informatics with strategic responsibility for research students. Stephanie has previously held positions at the University of Manchester and Queen Mary, University of London. She has extensive teaching experience and currently delivers modules on interaction design and usability evaluation to postgraduate students at City.
Stephanie is an enthusiastic researcher, focussing on interaction design for healthcare, creative and inclusive design, usability evaluation and technology enhanced learning. Her recent research has included the GReAT project which exploited gesture recognition technologies to create an innovative gesture therapy tool for people with aphasia.
Simone Stumpf received a PhD in Computer Science in 2001 and a BSc in Computer Science with Cognitive Science in 1996, both at University College London. She joined City University London as Lecturer in 2009. Previously, she worked at Oregon State University and University College London as a Research Manager, collaborating closely with Tie Rack and Intel as part of academic-industrial partnerships. Simone also has professional experience as a User Experience Architect. She has extensive expertise in conducting user research (interviews, focus groups, personas), knowledge elicitation techniques (card sorts, repertory grids), information architecture and specification (use cases, task flows, business rules, sitemaps, wireframes), expert usability reviews (heuristic evaluation), and usability testing (listening labs, quantitative studies). She has worked on web presence, e-commerce and social networking projects with clients such as Cisco, the FEI Company, Ingersoll Rand subsidiaries (Trane Commercial and Schlage LiNK), Loyola Medicine, the USG Corporation and Wolters Kluwer.
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