The Lab for Usability, Communication Interaction, and Accessibility (LUCIA)

The Lab for Usability, Communication Interaction, and Accessibility (LUCIA)

The Perception Analyzer dial allows fixed and fluid real-time data collection from focus groups. Here the dial is set to indicate the user’s opinion on a 1 to 100 scale.

The Perception Analyzer dial allows fixed and fluid real-time data collection from focus groups. Here the dial is set to indicate the user’s opinion on a 1 to 100 scale.

Melissa Flowers, a LUCIA graduate assistant, demonstrates a survey feature of the Perception Analyzer.

Melissa Flowers, a LUCIA graduate assistant, demonstrates a survey feature of the Perception Analyzer.

Eric Alzuhn from Dialsmith demonstrates the overlay feature of the Perception Analyzer.

Eric Alzuhn from Dialsmith demonstrates the overlay feature of the Perception Analyzer.

Eric Alzuhn from Dialsmith talks to College of Liberal Arts faculty about the features of the Perception Analyzer.

Eric Alzuhn from Dialsmith talks to College of Liberal Arts faculty about the features of the Perception Analyzer.

The Lab for Usability, Communication Interaction, and Accessibility (LUCIA) is a communication-research laboratory codirected by Dr. Ed Youngblood and Dr. Derek Ross. LUCIA facilitates a wide range of communication-related inquiries and projects for public and private sector clients, including research on human-computer interaction, media consumption, group communication, and interpersonal communication. LUCIA also partners with university researchers, particularly those working on funded projects.

We have a schedule of services (e.g., finding and scheduling test participants, running focus groups, writing reports) and prices that is available upon request. Contact LUCIA@auburn.edu.