Jesper Kjeldskov spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, Usability, Multimedia, Web usability and Mobile device. His study in the field of Ubiquitous computing also crosses realms of Participatory design. His study in the fields of Usability inspection and System usability scale under the domain of Usability overlaps with other disciplines such as Field.
The study incorporates disciplines such as User experience design, Space and Media studies in addition to Multimedia. His Web usability study combines topics in areas such as Usability lab, Heuristic evaluation and Pluralistic walkthrough. His Mobile device research incorporates themes from Action research and Mobile phone.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Usability, Mobile device and Interaction design. His research in Human–computer interaction intersects with topics in Domain and Mobile computing. His work on Videoconferencing is typically connected to Quit smoking as part of general Multimedia study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Usability lab, Usability inspection, Web usability, Heuristic evaluation and System usability scale are among the areas of Usability where Jesper Kjeldskov concentrates his study. Mobile device is closely attributed to Cross device in his study. Jesper Kjeldskov is researching Cognitive walkthrough as part of the investigation of Usability engineering and Pluralistic walkthrough.
His main research concerns Interaction design, Human–computer interaction, Mobile device, Sustainability and Home automation. Jesper Kjeldskov interconnects Focus group and Wearable computer in the investigation of issues within Interaction design. His Human–computer interaction research is mostly focused on the topic Cross device.
He works mostly in the field of Mobile device, limiting it down to topics relating to Mobile computing and, in certain cases, SwIPe and Simulation, as a part of the same area of interest. His Sustainability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Energy consumption and Public relations. His Home automation study also includes
Jesper Kjeldskov mainly investigates Mobile device, Sustainability, Energy consumption, Human–computer interaction and Architectural engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer security and Telecommunications. His Sustainability research includes elements of Marketing and Resource.
In the subject of general Human–computer interaction, his work in Cross device is often linked to Maturity, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Architectural engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Home automation and Persona. His Home automation studies intersect with other subjects such as Exploratory research, Vision, Everyday life and Social change.
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Mediating intimacy: designing technologies to support strong-tie relationships
Frank Vetere;Martin R. Gibbs;Jesper Kjeldskov;Steve Howard.
human factors in computing systems (2005)
A Review of Mobile HCI Research Methods
Jesper Kjeldskov;Connor Graham.
human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services (2003)
New Techniques for Usability Evaluation of Mobile Systems
Jesper Kjeldskov;Jan Stage.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2004)
Is It Worth the Hassle? Exploring the Added Value of Evaluating the Usability of Context-Aware Mobile Systems in the Field
Jesper Kjeldskov;Mikael B. Skov;Benedikte S. Als;Rune Thaarup Høegh.
human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services (2004)
Hug over a distance
Florian 'Floyd' Mueller;Frank Vetere;Martin R. Gibbs;Jesper Kjeldskov.
human factors in computing systems (2005)
Instant data analysis: conducting usability evaluations in a day
Jesper Kjeldskov;Mikael B. Skov;Jan Stage.
nordic conference on human-computer interaction (2004)
Evaluating the usability of a mobile guide: the influence of location, participants and resources
Jesper Kjeldskov;Connor Graham;Sonja Pedell;Frank Vetere.
Behaviour & Information Technology (2005)
Does size matter?: investigating the impact of mobile phone screen size on users' perceived usability, effectiveness and efficiency.
Dimitrios Raptis;Nikolaos Tselios;Jesper Kjeldskov;Mikael B. Skov.
human computer interaction with mobile devices and services (2013)
Experimental Evaluation of Techniques for Usability Testing of Mobile Systems in a Laboratory Setting
E. Beck;M. Christiansen;Jesper Kjeldskov;N. Kolbe.
Using mobile phones to support sustainability: a field study of residential electricity consumption
Jesper Kjeldskov;Mikael B. Skov;Jeni Paay;Rahuvaran Pathmanathan.
human factors in computing systems (2012)
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