Prof. Boris Müller

Professor for Interaction Design
Website
http://esono.com
Email
boris.mueller@fh-potsdam....
Twitter
@borism

Boris is professor at the Interface Design Programme of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and a design consultant.

Prof. Boris Müller holds a Diploma in Graphic Design from the Hochschule für Künste Bremen (College of Art and Design Bremen, Germany) and a MA in Computer Related Design from the Royal College of Art London.

He has worked for a number of international clients and companies like MetaDesign San Francisco, the Science Museum London and the Fraunhofer Institute for Media Communication in Bonn. After his position as visiting Professor at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, he became a Professor for Interaction Design at the newly founded Interface Design course at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.

His design work has received several awards like the Excellence Award from the Media Arts Festival in Tokyo, a Certificate of Typographic Excellence from the Type Directors Club New York or the first prize in the student’s category of the EuroPrix Multimedia.

Publications

2010

mæve – An interactive Tabletop-Installation

Kultur und Informatik: Interaktive Systeme, 2010

mæve – Eine interaktive Tabletop-Installation

In: Sieck; J. (Hrsg.); Kultur und Informatik: Interaktive Systeme; 2010

2009

mæve – An Interactive Tabletop Installation for Exploring Background Information in Exhibitions

Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on HCI, San Diego, USA

A Conversational Model to Display User Activity

In proceedings of the BCS conference on Human Computer Interaction – HCI2009 (Cambridge; UK; September 1-6). ACM; New York; NY.

User Activity Display: Competition or Conversation?

In proceedings of Mensch&Computer Conference (Berlin; Germany; September 6-7). German Chapter of the ACM.

2002

Implementation of an Intranet for Internal Communication Purposes.

In: Proceedings of the 6th international Conference on Work with Display Units 2002. Berlin: ERGONOMIC, pp. 181-182.