Ali al-Azzawi

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Openia (http://www.openia.com)
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Ali al-Azzawi is a PhD student at The Digital World Research Centre and the Psychology Department at the University of Surrey. He started at Surrey in 2005 and his area of research is centred around the theory of user experience (UX), specifically regarding portable media devices. Ali is also managing director at Openia (www.openia.com), an internet services consultancy providing content management systems (Plone CMS) based on open source technology.

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Publication period start
2006
Publication period end
2008
Number of co-authors
2

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Publications

al-Azzawi, Ali, Wilson, Margaret, Frohlich, David M. (2008): User Experience Constructs for Media Devices. In: Personal Construct Psychology Conference June 29-July 1, 2008, London.

al-Azzawi, Ali, Frohlich, David M., Wilson, Margaret (2008): User Experience: A Multiple Sorting Method based on Personal Construct Theory. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems April 5-10, 2008, .

al-Azzawi, Ali, Frohlich, David M., Wilson, Margaret (2007): Beauty constructs for MP3 players. In CoDesign International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts, 3 (0) pp. 59-74.

al-Azzawi, Ali, Wilson, Margaret, Frohlich, David M. (2006): Users\' First impressions of MP3 players. In: First International Symposium on Culture Creativity and Interaction Design CCID September 12, 2006, London.