It is often said that the measure of society is how it treats its weakest members. We know that “first come first serve” or “Es hät solang es hät” isn’t geared towards achieving equity plus more equitable approaches are readily available and they would not break the bank. Why do we keep seeing allocation approaches […]
About Christopher P. Lueg
Christopher Lueg is on a mission to rid the world of bad user interfaces. He has been teaching human centered design and interaction design for more than a decade at universities in Switzerland, Australia, and the United States. As a professor in medical informatics at BFH he promotes human centered design as a promising way to improve health care efficiency and effectiveness.
Entries by Christopher P. Lueg
ICT systems that suffer from minor, and sometimes major, usability problems are an all-too-common experience. This is hard to understand given that there is a readily available body of knowledge that provides solid, field-tested advice on how to design and develop usable and useful interactive digital systems in domains ranging from leisure to business to […]