Nikita Soni, PhD in Computer Science, TBD

Nikita Soni is a Graduate Research Assistant and the Website Manager for the INIT Lab. Nikita is working on the TIDESS project and her research focuses on understanding how children and adults engage with and learn from large interactive touchscreen interfaces such as tabletops and spherical displays. Nikita’s research interests include human-computer interaction and UX research.

Information

Email: nsoni2@ufl.edu
Position: Graduate Research Assistant
Projects: TIDESS Project

BLOGPOSTS

IDC 2019 Paper Accepted!

The INIT Lab, in collaboration with Dr. Pamela Wisniewski from the University of Central Florida (UCF) has been working on a project whose aim is to understand the real-world interface design practices of developers of children’s mobile touchscreen apps. We developed an evidence-based framework of Touchscreen Interaction Design Recommendations for […]

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TIDESS Museum Learning Project Update: PerDis 2019 Paper Accepted!

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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TIDESS Museum Learning Project Update: CHI 2019 Late Breaking Work accepted!

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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TIDESS Museum Learning Project Update: CSCL 2019 paper accepted!

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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Strategizing the CSCW Revise and Re-submit submission process

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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TIDESS Museum Learning Project: Preparing for prototyping on the PufferSphere

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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TIDESS Museum Learning Project: Interactive spherical display has arrived!

Check out our recent blog post on the TIDESS website!

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Kids Application Survey Project

The main purpose of the Kids Application survey project is to help generate constructive recommendations for designing touchscreen interfaces specifically tailored towards kids. In our current study, we are taking inspiration by surveying interfaces of existing kid’s applications and are trying to decipher common interface/design patterns. We are presently in […]

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