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About the article
Dominick Madden studied computer science at the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim where he wrote his thesis on the subjects of animation and Microinteractions in the Multi-screen context. He is now part of the User Experience and Interaction Design lab led by professor Kirstin Kohler. There he works on research projects concerning user experience in the mobile, web development and IoT fields.
Horst Schneider worked as a research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim from 2015 to 2017. In Sysplace he focused on technical requirements, opportunities, and constraints of the description and implementation of multiscreen interaction patterns. He created a model for describing gesture-based interactions and graduated with a Master’s Degree. He now works as a software developer in Heidelberg.
Prof. Kirstin Kohler is Professor for user experience design and interaction design at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. With her research group she participates in several research projects. At the university she is also responsible for an interdisciplinary course on design and innovation. She is heading the new maker space. https://de.linkedin.com/in/kirstin-kohler-b6ab3b94.
Published Online: 2018-03-27
Published in Print: 2018-04-25
The research was founded by the BMBF conducted in the project SysPlace (Grant number: 01IS14018D).