Jim Mueller, co-project director for the Wireless RERC’s User-Centered Research project , presented samples from the “Getting Wireless: Exploring Universal Design in Wireless Technologies” student design project during a seminar at the Architects Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. on May 19. During the month of April, student teams at Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech developed solutions for the wireless customer personas created based on data collected through the Wireless RERC’s Survey of User Needs (SUN). Students’ solutions at both schools included 3D models of wireless handsets and storyboards for applications to enhance the use and usability of these devices. All student project posters and teams will be displayed on the new Wireless RERC website. Stay tuned for the notice of their availability.
Jim Mueller Presents at AIA Convention
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