UXuser experiencein-vehicle information systemsautomationdriver distractionmobile appsdesign thinkinghuman centered designusabilityergonomicshuman factors
Manuela Quaresma, D.Sc. is a Researcher and an Assistant Professor in the Arts and Design Department at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. She teaches in both undergraduate and graduate Design programs, focusing on human-centered design. Her research topics of interest (at LEUI | Laboratory of Ergodesign and Usability of Interfaces) include ergodesign, user-centered design, product and human-computer interaction, usability, automotive design and ergonomics, and interaction design.
Specializations: user-centered design; user experience (UX), user research; contextual inquiry; task analysis; usability testing; heuristic evaluation; card sorting; GOMS-KLM – keystroke level model application; focus group moderation; project management.
Ergodesign & HCI
2013 - Present
Approaches for loss of vigilance in vehicle automation: A meta-analytical study
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (2017) 2017-Octob