Author: Paula Bourges-Waldegg
Paula Bourges-Waldegg completed her Ph.D. in 1998 in Design Research at the University of Derby, England. Specializes on shared-systems design (World Wide Web, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, etc.) usability, internationalization/localization, HCI, and has published more than a dozen papers related to these topics. Her Ph.D. project included the development of a method for handling cultural factors in design, the Meaning in Mediated Action Approach (MIMA). She has also worked as head of the HCI department at Aldea Systems and as a consultant and researcher for academic and government-funded projects.
Bourges-Waldegg, Paula, Scrivener, Stephen A. R. (1998): Meaning, The Central Issue in Cross-Cultural HCI Design. In Interacting with Computers, 9 (3) pp. 287-309. https://www.elsevier.com/cas/tree/store/intcom/sub/1998/9/3/1072.pdf
Bourges-Waldegg, Paula, Moreno, Luis, Rojano, Teresa (1999): Internationalization and localization of educational software. In: Prabhu, Girish V., delGaldo, Elisa M. (eds.) Designing for Global Markets 1 - IWIPS 1999 - First International Workshop on Internationalisation of Products and Systems May 20-22, 1999, Rochester, New York, USA. pp. 113-122.
Bourges-Waldegg, Paula, Moreno, Luis, Rojano, Teresa (2000): The Role of Useability on the Implementation and Evaluation of Educational Technology. In: HICSS 2000 , 2000, . https://csdl.computer.org/comp/proceedings/hicss/2000/0493/03/04933040abs.htm