Author: Govert de Vries

Govert is founder and director at Peercode where he is responsible for development and product marketing. Before starting in2sports' office in the Netherlands Govert for NCR Knowledge Lab. London, UK, where he served as research fellow. In this capacity, he developed and led innovative e-commerce products and services for the financial market. Prior to NCR Knowledge Lab, Govert was key member of Imagination Works, a new business group that was set-up in Palo Alto, USA and funded by Eastman Kodak. Govert also worked as a consultant at Philips Design. He holds a Masters of Science in cognitive psychology from Nijmegen University.


Publication period start: 1997
Number of co-authors: 11


Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Mark Hartevelt
Graham I. Johnson
Ron Oosterholt

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Fred Brigham
Maddy D. Brouwer-Janse
Graham I. Johnson


Brouwer-Janse, Maddy D., Suri, Jane Fulton, Yawitz, Mitchell, Vries, Govert de, Fozard, James L., Coleman, Roger (1997): User Interfaces for Young and Old. In Interactions, 4 (2) pp. 34-46.

Vries, Govert de, Johnson, Graham I. (1997): Spoken Help for a Car Stereo: An Exploratory Study. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 16 (2) pp. 79-87.

Oosterholt, Ron, Kusano, Mieko, Vries, Govert de (1996): Interaction Design and Human Factors Support in the Development of a Personal Communicator. In: Tauber, Michael J., Bellotti, Victoria, Jeffries, Robin, Mackinlay, Jock D., Nielsen, Jakob (eds.) Proceedings of the ACM CHI 96 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference April 14-18, 1996, Vancouver, Canada. pp. 450-457.

Vries, Govert de, Hartevelt, Mark, Oosterholt, Ron (1995): Private Camera Conversation: A New Method for Eliciting User Responses?. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 14 (6) pp. 358-360.

Vries, Govert de, Gelderen, Tedde van, Brigham, Fred (1994): Usability Laboratories at Philips: Supporting Research, Development, and Design for Consum. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 13 (1) pp. 119-127.