Heuristic Evaluation in the age of AI-driven Tech

A quick and cheap way of getting usability evaluation done efficiently without ignoring AI. TL/DR: Nielsen’s heuristic evaluation has served us well for the past decades to evaluate interfaces. This blog revisits this technique and presents insights into its relevance in the AI age. Someone suggests: “Let’s evaluate your user interface (UI)!” 😁 And you say/think: … Continue reading Heuristic Evaluation in the age of AI-driven Tech

Call for Chapters

Rediscovering Heritage Through Technology — Springer Book Our latest book to be published by Springer (2018) is an international collection of innovative research case-studies that are rethinking the way we look at heritage. It will also be published on the occasion of Valletta’s title as European Capital of Culture. Editors: Dylan Seychell and Alexiei Dingli Introduction Art has … Continue reading Call for Chapters