My name is Jiri Jerabek and I'm UX consultant and MSc student of Human-Computer Interaction with Ergonomics at UCL.
This blog serves as a place to share my opinions, thoughts and notes on interaction design, user experience and HCI.
Category Archives: UX
Most important stuff first: Thank you! A big ‘Thank you!’ to everyone who attended my talk about designing for emotional experiences. You were a great and really supportive audience, and I really enjoyed it. I hope you had fun too! … Continue reading
I received an e-mail from the Transport for London today, that made me a bit sad. Some of the most frequented London Underground stations, such as Oxford Circus, King’s Cross St. Pancras, Victoria and a couple of other ones got … Continue reading
I was fortunate to get the ticket and here are my notes and recap of the 15th March UK UPA event on Ethnography, hosted by Sapient. The event was quite enlightening, mainly because I never got a proper exposure of … Continue reading
One module I did during my HCI-E course at UCLIC this year was Ergonomics. Because my background is originally in designing web interactions, front-end development and graphic design, I was fascinated by the physical side of Human-Computer Interaction straight from … Continue reading
I was fortunate enough to secure my ticket for this month’s London IA event, and I was really looking forward to hearing Jeff Gothelf‘s talk about Lean UX, especially about usability testing and gathering user feedback in agile environment. I … Continue reading