Daniela Wurhofer works as a Research Fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction. She holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology (2006) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Computer Science (2007). Daniela joined the team in October 2007 and was involved in several national and international projects like the EU-projects CITIZEN MEDIA and ROBOT@CWE, where she focused on the evaluation of user experience, social acceptance, and societal impact. Furthermore, she was engaged in the development of patterns fostering a more positive user experience (UX Patterns). Currently, Daniela is doing research in the area of user experience in production environments and Industry 4.0. She is further engaged in the Christian Doppler Laboratory “Contextual Interfaces”, doing basic research in the fields of user experience and contextual research methods. In particular, she is exploring temporal transitions of user experience in order to characterize how UX changes on both a theoretical and empirical level.