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How to do MobileHCI Research in the Large

by Researcher at University of Oldenburg on Sep 06, 2011

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Since the introduction of application stores for mobile devices there has been an increasing interest to use this distribution platform to collect user feedback. Mobile application stores can make ...

Since the introduction of application stores for mobile devices there has been an increasing interest to use this distribution platform to collect user feedback. Mobile application stores can make research prototypes widely available and enable to conduct user studies "in the wild" with participants from all over the world. Using apps as an apparatus goes beyond just distributing research prototypes. Consider apps as a tool for research means distributing specifically designed prototypes in order to extend our understanding of mobile HCI. In this tutorial we will provide an overview about recent research in this domain. It will be shown that stringent tasks and users´ motivation are crucial aspects. We will discuss how to design app-based experiments, what kind of users one can expect, and how to avoid ethical and legal issues.

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