NWO-MES

NWO is the Dutch national council for scientific research. NWO-MES is the department that funds research on Society and the Electronic Highway. STBY did an expert review of their website and advised on improvements to the information architecture and overall online communication concept. The revisions were implemented in close collaboration with the website coordinators. (Den… Continue reading NWO-MES

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PLANTS

STBY was the coordinator of a creative workshop for the European funded pilotproject PLANTS. In Patras (Greece) an international group of experts from various fields (academy, design, enginering) worked together to generate plausible scenarios for the application of biosensors that enable communication between humans and plants. The scenarios were used to build a showcase of… Continue reading PLANTS

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Trackrecord 1993-2003

The founders of STBY, Geke van Dijk and Bas Raijmakers, have been active in the field of interactive media and technology from the early days of public internet access in Europe. Since 1993 we have been involved in the emerging internet industry and have conducted many research and consultancy projects. As managing directors of ACS-i… Continue reading Trackrecord 1993-2003

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User research als inspiratiebron voor webontwerpers

(Usability research as source of inspiration for web designers)¬†by Bas Raijmakers.¬†Chapter in the book ‘Webontwerp’ in the series ‘Monografi√´n over vormgeving’.¬†Published for Dutch art students by [Z]OO / Vd Eindhoven, 2003. (Dutch text, PDF, 2.8 MB).

Usability testing is a means, not a goal

by Bas Raijmakers. Published in Usability РNutzerfreundliches Web-Design by Markus Beier and Vittoria von Gizicky (eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2002. (English translation, PDF, 156 KB)

Shopping pleasure at Bol.com

by Bas Raijmakers. Published in Usability РNutzerfreundliches Web-Design by Markus Beier and Vittoria von Gizicky (eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2002. (English translation, PDF, 768 KB))