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Yngve Dahl
Yngve Dahl
Department of Computer Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
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Usability testing of mobile ICT for clinical settings: Methodological and practical challenges
D Svanæs, OA Alsos, Y Dahl
International journal of medical informatics 79 (4), e24-e34, 2010
1132010
Fidelity considerations for simulation-based usability assessments of mobile ICT for hospitals
Y Dahl, OA Alsos, D Svanæs
Intl. Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 26 (5), 445-476, 2010
712010
Assessing motivational differences between young and older adults when playing an exergame
S Subramanian, Y Dahl, N Skjæret Maroni, B Vereijken, D Svanæs
Games for health journal 9 (1), 24-30, 2020
532020
Value biases of sensor-based assistive technology: case study of a GPS tracking system used in dementia care
Y Dahl, K Holbø
Proceedings of the designing interactive systems conference, 572-581, 2012
532012
Designing for movement quality in exergames: lessons learned from observing senior citizens playing stepping games
N Skjæret, A Nawaz, K Ystmark, Y Dahl, JL Helbostad, D Svanæs, ...
Gerontology 61 (2), 186-194, 2015
512015
Safe walking technology for people with dementia: what do they want?
K Holbø, S Bøthun, Y Dahl
Proceedings of the 15th international acm sigaccess conference on computers …, 2013
492013
End-user composition interfaces for smart environments: A preliminary study of usability factors
Y Dahl, RM Svendsen
Design, User Experience, and Usability. Theory, Methods, Tools and Practice …, 2011
432011
A comparison of location and token-based interaction techniques for point-of-care access to medical information
Y Dahl, D Svanæs
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 12, 459-478, 2008
322008
Six facets of facilitation: participatory design facilitators’ perspectives on their role and its realization
Y Dahl, K Sharma
Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2022
282022
Facilitating democracy: concerns from participatory design with asymmetric stakeholder relations in health care
Y Dahl, D Svanæs
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2020
262020
The role of ICT in addressing the challenges of age-related falls: a research agenda based on a systematic mapping of the literature
BA Farshchian, Y Dahl
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 19, 649-666, 2015
262015
" There are no secrets here!" professional stakeholders' views on the use of GPS for tracking dementia patients
Y Dahl, K Holbø
Proceedings of the 14th international conference on Human-computer …, 2012
262012
Toward a best practice for laboratory-based usability evaluations of mobile ICT for hospitals
OA Alsos, Y Dahl
Proceedings of the 5th Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction …, 2008
262008
Stakeholder attitudes toward and values embedded in a sensor-enhanced personal emergency response system
Y Dahl, B Farshchian, T Vilarinho, JL Helbostad, A Nawaz, AJ Nygård, ...
Interacting with Computers 28 (5), 598-611, 2016
242016
Context in care–requirements for mobile context-aware patient charts
Y Dahl, ID Sørby, Ø Nytrø
MEDINFO 2004, 597-601, 2004
242004
Redefining smartness: The smart home as an interactional problem
Y Dahl
IET Digital Library, 2008
232008
“You have a message here”: enhancing interpersonal communication in a hospital ward with location-based virtual notes
Y Dahl
Methods of information in medicine 45 (06), 602-609, 2006
222006
Systematic review of design guidelines for full-body interactive games
S Subramanian, N Skjæret-Maroni, Y Dahl
Interacting with Computers 32 (4), 367-406, 2020
192020
Designing smart home technology for fall prevention in older people
A Nawaz, JL Helbostad, N Skjæret, B Vereijken, A Bourke, Y Dahl, ...
HCI International 2014-Posters’ Extended Abstracts: International Conference …, 2014
192014
Designing a reliable pain drawing tool: avoiding interaction flaws by better tailoring to patients’ impairments
EAA Jaatun, DF Haugen, Y Dahl, A Kofod-Petersen
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 19, 635-648, 2015
182015
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