This year we have the chance to share some of our research with the community at CHI2012. The work focuses on usable security ( and ) and public display systems . Florian got together with the researchers from T-Labs a best paper award for .
Please have a look at the papers… I think it is really worthwhile.
Increasing the security of gaze-based graphical passwords  “With computers being used ever more ubiquitously in situations where privacy is important, secure user authentication is a central requirement. Gaze-based graphical passwords are a particularly promising means for shoulder-surfing-resistant authentication, but… Continue reading
Margaret Gould Stewart, a highly regarded user experience designer currently leading UX design at YouTube, presented the opening keynote at CHI2012. She started her talk with reminding us that humans are story tellers – they always have been and probably always will. What is not constant is the medium – as technologies change so do means for storytelling and sharing.
The topic started out with talking about video connects the world. It extended to a larger view – changing the world through experience design (in the context of video). I often wonder what designers are and she added… Continue reading