Technologies Research Group
The Interactive Technologies Research Group at the University of Brighton
is a grouping of staff and students in the School of CMIS with interests
in designing and developing useful and usable interactive technologies,
whether these are conventional desktop systems or newer technologies
like video games, mobile phones or interactive television.
This site contains information on the group's members, our current
projects and some recent
mail: Interactive Technologies Research Group
School of Computing, Mathematical and Information Sciences
University of Brighton
Travel details available here.
Links to related sites at the University of Brighton
Resource and information website about interactive television.
The Usability Group
For consultancy and professional training in usability
The Brighton Usability Pattern
A collection of design patterns for interface design.