Dr. rer. nat. Anja Naumann
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- Human-Machine Interaction
- Human Perception and Cognition
- Usability and Acceptability Evaluation Method
- Intuitive Use of User Interfaces
Anja Naumann received her M.Sc. (Diploma) degree in Psychology from Dresden University of Technology in 1998. Working as a research associate with the chair of Cognitive- and Engineering Psychology at Chemnitz University of Technology from 1998 to 2005, she received a Ph.D.(Dr.rer.nat.) in Engineering Psychology in 2004. From 2005 to 2006 she worked at the Center of Human-Machine Systems at TU Berlin.
Since 1998, Anja Naumann has been engaged in Human-Machine Interaction, mainly investigating human cognitive processes. Research topics were, for example, knowledge acquisition with Web-based teaching systems, driver distraction by in-car information systems, design of adaptive traffic signs, and design of user interfaces. Since October 2006 working as a Senior Scientist in Usability Research at T-Labs, she is developing and applying new usability and acceptability evaluation methods for Information and Communication Technology. She is also working on intuitive use of user interfaces. She is member of the Usability Professionals Association and the Society for Computers in Psychology.
- Cognitive Psychology within
course „Modeling of dynamic human machine systems“ 2005 to 2006
course “Experimental Psychology” (laboratory course) 2003 to 2005
course “Human Machine Interaction: Designing User Interfaces” 2005
„Industrial Psychology“ for students in security engineering 2003 to 2004
„Stress and Strain“ and „Configuration and assessment of work places“ for
Psychology students 2004 to 2005
Quality and Usability Lab
Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
D-10587 Berlin, Germany
|Author||Naumann, Anja and Hurtienne, Jörn|
|Title of Book||MobileHCI '10. Proceedings of the 12th international conference on Human computer interaction with mobile devices and services|
|Abstract||The QUESI (Questionnaire for the subjective consequences of intuitive use), a specific measure of the satisfaction of users interacting with a product, is presented. In addition, first benchmark values for mobile devices and applications are provided.|