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The Cambridge Wireless User Experience Special Interest Group (UX SIG) focuses on how we can drive progress in the wireless value chain by emphasising ways of bringing direct value to end users through techniques, technologies and processes that ensure customers can access the content and functionality they require as easily and intuitively as possible. The mobile revolution has brought us richer and more powerful platforms, devices, applications and services that promise interaction on par with, or perhaps even exceeding, what can be achieved on desktop computers while also taking account of contextual information such as time and place. However, relatively small displays and constrained input modalities combined with these contextual requirements results in significant new challenges that must be met to provide the user experience that is required for customers to fully embrace the range of innovative possibilities that are offered by emerging mobile and wireless technologies.
Recent Event - To review the presentations from the last event please visit our RESOURCES page
User Experience SIG ‘Title TBC’
Championed by Geoff McCormick of Alloy, Giuliano Maciocci of Qualcomm, David Walker of Philips Research Laboratories, Allan MacLean of Amdeo and Stefano Borini of Nokia Research Center. Details coming soonFurther information will be posted when available