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Van Meir, S.L.O. (author)
In recent years, innovations like Smartphones, 3G (wireless Internet), and social media have entered the Dutch market. These innovations lead to brand transparency because they give customers access to brand related information and and allow them share that information amongst each other. Loyal customers therefore might be tempted to consider...
master thesis 2012
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Pikaar, E.W. (author)
In managing local energy projects, conventional, top-down approaches to project implementation with low stakeholder participation are ineffective and have a high chance of leading to societal unrest and project delays. Contemporary project management of local energy project development need inclusion of proper processes to facilitate societal...
master thesis 2011
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Schonk, T. (author), Hartmann, T. (author), Zerjav, V. (author)
Engaging the right stakeholders at the right time is a key factor to successfully complete a construction project. However, the decision which stakeholders to engage within a project can often be difficult. This research looks into the applicability of visualizations of Social Networks as a tool to support project managers to decide which...
conference paper 2011
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Ozorhon, B. (author), Abbott, C. (author), Aouad, G. (author)
Climate change has led to the global recognition of the need to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings. In the UK increasingly demanding building regulations require contractors to use innovative products and processes in their construction processes in order to deliver the specified environmental sustainability performance levels. Cost...
conference paper 2011
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Mullins, D.W. (author), van Bortel, G.A. (author), Pethia, S. (author)
Effective neighbourhood working is a key requirement for housing associations in England and the Netherlands, yet this is often hampered by conflicting institutional logics of scale and localism. Housing associations are often considered to be ideally placed to facilitate such change and have a business interest in doing so, but to do so they...
conference paper 2010
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Vastenburg, M.H. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author), De Ridder, H. (author)
Recent field experiments on acceptability of notifications in the home showed that people generally want to be informed of urgent messages as soon as possible, whereas non-urgent messages should not be presented at all. A possible way to improve the acceptability of a notification might be to adjust the presentation mode and the timing of...
journal article 2009
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Sleeswijk Visser, F. (author)
Products play a role in our everyday lives. Insight into the experiences of people in their everyday lives is of great use for designing products. For example, the contexts in which products are used (physical, social, culture etc.) and the state (excited, tired, concentrated etc.) of the users influence how they experience using products....
doctoral thesis 2009
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Rozendaal, M.C. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author), De Ridder, H. (author)
A recent focus is on creating engaging user experiences with digital products and services such as voicemail. This study aims to design towards increased levels of engagement in voicemail browsing by using the ‘Richness, Control and Engagement’ (RC & E) framework. This framework explains the levels of engagement in terms of the levels of...
journal article 2008
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De Ridder, H. (author), Rozendaal, M.C. (author)
Ubiquitous computing (or Ambient Intelligence) promises a world in which information is available anytime anywhere and with which humans can interact in a natural, multimodal way. In such world, perceptual image quality remains an important criterion since most information will be displayed visually, but other criteria such as enjoyment, fun,...
conference paper 2008
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Vastenburg, M.H. (author)
Products in the home offer ever more functionality. Advances in sensor technology, embedded processing power, and modeling and reasoning software, have enabled everyday products to sense their environment and eventually anticipate user needs. The enabling technology for ambient intelligence is now available. Whereas in the early days most of the...
doctoral thesis 2007
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Rozendaal, M.C. (author)
This thesis aims to investigate how the experience of engagement in interaction can be explained by examining the experiences of richness and control and how these experiences are influenced by the features of a product, the expertise of a person and the type of task. This research is carried out within the domain of digital products. From the...
doctoral thesis 2007
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Vastenburg, M.H. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author), De Ridder, H. (author)
A field study in ten homes was conducted to understand what influences users’ acceptability of notifications in the home environment. The key finding is that perceived message urgency is the primary indicator of acceptability of notifications in the home—if people think a message is urgent, they want the message to be shown immediately,...
journal article 2007
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