Author: Stefan Blomkvist
Stefan Blomkvist is a senior usability designer at GE Healthcare Life-sciences in Sweden. Previously he worked as a usability designer and systems developer of medical information systems at Profdoc Link. He has a Ph.Licentiate-degree in Human-Computer Interaction from the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University. His research includes agile software development and user-centered design, as well as information visualization.
Sandblad, Bengt, Gulliksen, Jan, Aborg, Carl, Boivie, Inger, Persson, Jenny, Goransson, Bengt, Kavathatzopoulos, Iordanis, Blomkvist, Stefan, Cajander, Asa (2003): Work environment and computer systems development. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 22 (6) pp. 375-387.
Gulliksen, Jan, Goransson, Bengt, Boivie, Inger, Blomkvist, Stefan, Persson, Jenny, Cajander, Asa (2003): Key principles for user-centred systems design. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 22 (6) pp. 397-409.
Boivie, Inger, Blomkvist, Stefan, Persson, Jenny, Aborg, Carl (2003): Addressing users' health issues in software development -- an exploratory study. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 22 (6) pp. 411-420.