Radical Research Summit 2017 | 2017 Radical Research Summit - Siri Mehus
As Principal UX Researcher at Blink, Siri leads research projects and consults on UX strategy for clients such as Amazon, NASA, and Sonos. Her doctoral education and academic research focused on language, embodied interaction, technology, and learning. She has previously published on microethnography, multimodal interaction at work, and learning through joint media engagement. More recently, she has written and spoken about the user experience of voice and multimodal interfaces for UX Magazine, Puget Sound World Usability Day, and Convey UX.
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Industry Speaker - Siri Mehus

2017 Radical Research Summit Microethnography: A UX Research Method for Next Wave Technology with Eryn Whitworth

Now that we've entered the era of ubiquitous computing (predicted by Weiser and Seely Brown in 1996), UX research methods that focus on the interaction between an individual and a screen are no longer adequate. People interact with one another and with technology through a rich mixture of sensory modalities: visual, vocal, auditory, gestural, and haptic. Microethnographic techniques offer a means of describing and analyzing multimodal interactions among humans and their technological tools as they unfold in physical and digital spaces. In this talk we describe how to leverage microethnographic methods to inform the design of multimodal interactions for home and enterprise products by providing guidance for collection and analysis of multimedia data.

2017 Radical Research Summit Siri Mehus, Blink UX

As Principal UX Researcher at Blink, Siri leads research projects and consults on UX strategy for clients such as Amazon, NASA, and Sonos. Her doctoral education and academic research focused on language, embodied interaction, technology, and learning. She has previously published on microethnography, multimodal interaction at work, and learning through joint media engagement. More recently, she has written and spoken about the user experience of voice and multimodal interfaces for UX Magazine, Puget Sound World Usability Day, and Convey UX.

Friday, September 29th

Radical Research Summit - Siri Mehus

2017 Radical Research Summit Summit Speakers