The Interaction Design Lab is the research laboratory of the Interface Design Programme at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany. The lab is a space for international interaction design experts from industry and academia. It provides an interface between education, research and development, transfer of technology, design and knowledge and creates a space for multidisciplinary projects.

Recent Publications

Visualization and Interaction with Multiple Devices. A Case Study on Reachability of Remote Areas for Emergency Management

i-com, Journal of Interactive Media. Special Issue: Human-Computer Interaction in Geovisualization

Hazards and accessibility: combining and visualizing threat and open infrastructure data for disaster management

Proceedings of the International Cartography Conference 2017 (ICC 2017)

Communicating landslide risk by combining hazard and open infrastructure data in interactive visualizations

EGU 2017, European Geosciences Union General Assembly

A brief Survey on Understanding the Interaction between Human and Technology at the Task of Pedestrian Navigation

  • Meier, Anita
  • Matthies, Denys J.C.
  • Heidmann, Frank
In Proceedings of the International Summer School on Visual Computing 2015 - VCSS 2015. p135-140. Fraunhofer Verlag

Anforderungsanalyse bei IT-Experten mittels Experience-Sample-Methode.

In: Endmann, A., Fischer, H. & Krökel, M. (Hrsg.): Mensch und Computer 2015 – Usability Professionals. Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg. pp. 133-143.

Visualizing Large Spatial Time Series Data on Mobile Devices: Combining the HeatTile System with a Progressive Loading Approach

Proceedings of the ICC 2015, Cartography - Maps Connecting the World (Springer)
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