Andreas Thom

Researcher for Usability and User Experience

Andreas Thom is a research associate in the Interaction Design Lab at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.

In his research for the IDL Andreas is looking into new paradigms in user experience design and mobile systems in the urban context. His primary interests and expertise lie in the fields of usability, user experience design, innovation processes and entrepreneurship. Furthermore, he is responsible for the eye tracking lab of the IDL. He has been working as an interaction designer and usability consultant for different companies and clients in Germany for over 6 years. Andreas holds a BA and a MA in Interface Design from the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.



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.


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.

Interkulturelle Nutzeranforderungen erheben.

UP14, Stuttgart.