Natalia Romero

is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology. With a background in Computer Science and a large trajectory as User Experience researcher, her research interest focuses on design methods to obtain contextualized knowledge for the design of sustainable daily life practices. She addresses issues related to participant motivation, situated measurement, sampling of experience over time, and data analysis considering objective and subjective aspects of life. She holds a PhD from the Technical University of Eindhoven in Research through design and a post-graduate degree in User System Interaction from the same university.


Last update: February 2015

Articles published on IXD&A:


Reflective Healthcare Systems: micro-Cycle of Self-Reflection to empower users, pp. 173-190, abstractdownload