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

Heattile, a New Method for Heatmap Implementations for Mobile web-based Cartographic Applications.

In: T. Bandrova et al. (Eds.): Thematic Cartography for the Society, Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography. International Conference on Cartography and GIS 2014. Berlin: Springer, pp. 33-44.

A Comparison of Location Search UI Patterns on Mobile Devices.

In: Proceedings of the MobileHCI 2014, Sept. 23–26, 2014, Toronto, ON, CA, pp. 465-470.

Too many Markers, revisited. An empirical analysis of web-based methods for overcoming the problem of too many markers in zoomable mapping applications.

In: Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA), 2014 14th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, pp. 121-125.
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