Recent Submissions

  • Use without training : A case study of evidence-based software design for intuitive use 

    Lehane, Patrick (University of Jyväskylä, 2019)
    This paper reviews intuitive software design and outlines the development of an instrument for analysts to evaluate the intuitiveness of software design. Current intuition research outlines three requirements for intuitive ...
  • Efficiency 4.0 for Industry 4.0 

    Kumar, Naveen; Kumar, Jyoti (University of Jyväskylä, 2019)
    Operators of cyber-physical production system (CPPS) will use handheld interactive control panels for supervising production processes. These interactive and handheld control panels will present numerous sensors data. ...
  • Female sex workers' use of mobile phones in India : Lessons in effective engagement 

    Panchanadeswaran, Subadra; Unnithan, Ardra Manasi; Chacko, Shubha; Brazda, Michael; Brooks Wilson, Natalie; Kuruppu, Santushi (University of Jyväskylä, 2019)
    Despite the widespread impact of mobile phone technology, research on female sex workers’ (FSWs) access and use of this technology is sparse. This study aimed to document FSWs’ subjective perceptions of the benefits of ...
  • Help! Is my Chatbot Falling into the Uncanny Valley? : An Empirical Study of User Experience in Human-Chatbot Interaction 

    Skjuve, Marita; Haugstveit, Ida Maria; Følstad, Asbjørn; Brandtzaeg, Petter Bae (University of Jyväskylä, 2019)
    Advances in artificial intelligence strengthen chatbots’ ability to resemble human conversational agents. For some application areas, it may be tempting not to be transparent regarding a conversational agent’s nature as ...
  • Codesigning technology for a voluntary-sector organization 

    Naqshbandi, Khushnood; Hoermann, Simon; Milne, David; Peters, Dorian; Davies, Benjamin; Potter, Sophie; Calvo, Rafael A. (University of Jyväskylä, 2019)
    This paper presents an investigation into the experiences and perceptions of volunteers and community managers of an Australian voluntary-sector organization that supports young help-seeking people. The process focused ...
  • Humans and Their Technologies Play the Infinite Game 

    Jouhki, Jukka (Jyväskylän Yliopisto, 2019)
    Technology is increasingly about intuitive use and automation, as is evident to some degree in all the papers published in this issue. Technological--and one could say, even civilizational--progress is made possible by ...