Professional Lecture: ‘Too big for fences: Engaging the User in the Experience’

Professorial Lecture by Professor Lynne Hall at the University of Sunderland on Thursday 16 November at 6.00pm.

Too big for fences: Engaging the User in the Experience

Lynne Hall is Professor of Computer Science in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Sunderland.

Professor Hall has over 25 years of experience of researching and practicing in Human Computer Interaction.

Her particular interests lie both in improving the evaluation experience for end users and in increasing the quality and usefulness of such results for users of the research findings.

In this presentation Lynne will draw from her interdisciplinary practice considering how to increase users’ engagement with the design and evaluation of interactive technologies.

For further information and to book your place, please click here Prof Lynne Hall Lecture 2017

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