I recently had to create a standalone android application with Aware applications sensor. I summed up the steps in this post for a reference.
Recently I needed to copy my existing to project to a new git repository. After trying some solutions suggested on StackOverflow this one worked for me.
I always forget how to add my local projects (on my mac) to github. That’s why decided to record the steps here so I remember them in the future.
I experienced some issues running MySQL on my laptop for some reason. It constantly kept giving me an error: access denied for user @’localhost’ (using password: yes). I solved it by uninstalling completely MySQL and reinstalling again. But instead of using MySQL installer, I used Brew for installing MySQL and it worked. Below are the short steps of what I have done.
I have recently attended OzCHI2017 conference in Brisbane where I presented our paper on Challenges of Situational Impairments during Interaction with Mobile Devices. We got the Honourable Mention Award for this paper. It was also my first experience being a Student Volunteer at a conference. I really enjoyed working with the SV team and handling the SV duties.
I have recently developed an app which can be used to quantify user performance in tapping tasks, searching tasks and typing tasks. Don’t worry that the repo is called TypeMe. It was initially created as a repo for a typing task only, but then it grew into a bigger project which combines all of the three tasks. Please feel free to have a look and fork the project if needed.
I am a PhD student at the Interaction Design Lab at the University of Melbourne. My research interests include Ubiquitous Computing and Human-Computer Interaction. In particular I am interested in how different contextual factors affect people’s interaction with mobile devices and how this interaction can be improved.