India Research Laboratory, New Delhi, India
Saurabh Srivastava is a user experience designer with IBM India Research Lab (IRL) in New Delhi. His area of research includes the development for "Bottom of Pyramid communities", Speech Interfaces, Gestural Interactions, Information Visualization, Intelligent User interfaces, Audio Integration methods and Tangible media.
He has been working on the design and the user experience of World Wide Telecom Web (Spoken Web),helping the designed telephony conversational solutions aimed to increase penetration of IT to the population at the bottom of the economic pyramid. The World Wide Telecom Web (WWTW) is a ecosystem parallel to that of the WWW. WWTW is a network of "VoiceSites" analogous to websites that can be created by end-users (such as farmers, electricians, carpenters) through their cell-phones using a simple voice driven channel.
His interests are in User centric Design, Augmented Reality, Internet of things, Ethnography, HCI, Usability and statistical methods.