Integrating, Innovating, and Evaluating Digital Research Methods
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In this time of unprecedented technological change, how can we
leverage our perspective, as designers, researchers, and consumers?
How can we enhance our ability to adapt, adopt, and remain receptive to
changes in digital media and devices that deliver content into people's
lives? Are we evaluating and managing change with meaningful tools?
Let's discuss how research methods, analysis, and product definition
should adapt to inform product design and innovation in this new era.
Delia Grenville is a research scientist, technology strategist, and program
manager. Throughout her career, she has focused on consumer centric
research, technology transfer, and business innovation. She has been
at Intel for six years in various User Experience roles (Information
Technology, Digital Home Group, Intel Labs, and Corporate Platform
Office). Prior to Intel, she worked at Oracle for five years as a User
Experience Senior Researcher in Oracle's User Interface lab. She has
Ph.D. and Master's degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from
Virginia Tech, where she specialized in Human Factors Engineering
and Management Systems Engineering. Her undergraduate degree in
Mechanical Engineering is from Queens University at Kingston, Ontario,