|Organisation||Next Generation Innovation|
|Registered Since||2 Nov 2007|
|Areas of Expertise||Mobile, Social, User Experience and Usability, Customer Experience, eCRM|
Email:Address: Affligem, 1790, Belgium
I explore the way people experience engagement - with technologies, other people, companies - through digital media and deliver service and user interface designs. My particular passion is FMWC (Fully Mobile Wireless Communications.) My work is like a many-tentacled octopus: I focus on topics that converge on what people do, how they do it and what motivates them. I look at such popular topics as collecting and analysing Big Data to learn how to motivate audiences, Converging Technologies to consider how user interfaces could be crafted in the future, Ubiquity and Pervasiveness to learn about how FMWC can change the way we live our lives. I am also interested in different forms of gathering research data and learning about how people think!
Consultant & Student at Woodhams-Thomson House
From August 1, 2007 and still in this role.
Human-Computer Interaction Researcher and Usability Consultant at The Usability Laboratory - The University of Waikato
From January 1, 2001 until August 30, 2007.
Education and Qualifications
Masters in Computing and Mathematical Sciences (MCMS), Computer Science - Human Computer Interaction
University of Waikato | January 1998 – January 1999
My thesis focused on methods for determining the usability of collaborative systems. I also studied the use of qualitative methods.
Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences (BCMS Hons), Computer Science - Information Systems
University of Waikato | July 1993 – November 1997
I graduated with Honours in Computer Science. I specialised in Information Systems (databases, information systems). My honours thesis focused on teaching people about machine learning systems.