The Centre for Computer Graphics has been celebrating World Usability Day since 2015.
It is a free event opened to companies, designers, start-ups, or just people interested in usability and related research methodologies.
This year’s theme is: “Designing for good or evil?”
Schedule WUD 2018 – Designing for Good or Evil?
10h00 WUD 2018 Opening session
Carlos Silva, Development Coordinator of Perception, Interaction and Usability, Center for Computer Graphics
Session 1: Health and medical devices
10h15 Ana Correia de Barros, Head of Human-Centered Design, Fraunhofer AICOS
10h35 Diogo Lopes, Lead Designer, Adapttech
Session 2: People-centered products and services I
11h20 The evilness of The Design of Everyday Things (EN & PT). Bruno Giesteira, Design Department, University of Porto
11h40 Build a Product Design Team, Build a Product Your Users Love (EN). Ricardo Ferreira, Principal Product Designer, Outsystems
12h00 Driven by the citizens: embedding a citizen-centric approach in public administration (EN). Bruno Monteiro, LabX, Laboratório de Experimentação da Administração Pública
12h20 Lunch break
Session 3: People-centered products and services II
14h00 Ana Parada, Product Designer, advertio
14h20 Alison Burrows, Senior Research Associate in User-Centred Design, University of Bristol
14h40 Tips with Taps. (EN). Paula Trigueiros, Escola Arquitetura, Universidade do Minho
Session 4: Keynote Speaker
15h30 The Good, the Bad and the Automated (EN). Andy Schaudt, Project Director Automated Vehicle Systems, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
16h20 Closing session + Visit to CCG
The event is organized by the team in PIU – Perception, Interaction and Usability.
[Alexandra Fernandes from IFE at WUD2017]
[Tim Smith from UsTwo Auto at WUD2017]