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Wizard of Oz experiments for Companions.

Conference Proceeding
Bradley, J., Mival, O., & Benyon, D. (2009)
Wizard of Oz experiments for Companions. In Proceedings British HCI 2009, (313-317
Wizard of Oz experiments allow designers and developers to see the reactions of people as they interact with to-bedeveloped technologies. At the Centre for Interaction Design ...

Culture & biometrics: regional differences in the perception of biometric authentication technologies

Journal Article
Riley, C. W., Buckner, K., Johnson, G., & Benyon, D. (2009)
Culture & biometrics: regional differences in the perception of biometric authentication technologies. AI & society, 24, 295-306. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-009-0218-1
Previous research has identified user concerns about biometric authentication technology, but most of this research has been conducted in European contexts. There is a lack of...

Adaptive systems: from intelligent tutoring to autonomous agents

Journal Article
Benyon, D., & Murray, D. (1993)
Adaptive systems: from intelligent tutoring to autonomous agents. Knowledge-Based Systems, 6(4), 197-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/0950-7051%2893%2990012-i
Computer systems which can automatically alter aspects of their functionality or interface to suit the needs of individuals or groups of users have appeared over the years in ...

Complex Pleasures: Designing Optional interactions for Public Spaces

Thesis
Helgason, I. Complex Pleasures: Designing Optional interactions for Public Spaces. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1022893
This research aims to contribute to knowledge about the design of interactive systems sited in public spaces. In particular, the study concerns "optional interactions" where s...

A Blended Space for Heritage Storytelling.

Conference Proceeding
O'Keefe, B., Benyon, D., Chandwani, G., & Menon, M. (2014)
A Blended Space for Heritage Storytelling. https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/hci2014.10
This paper explores the role of Blending Theory, as a framework, to aid in design decisions while deploying mobile experiences for heritage storytelling. Blending Theory provi...

Blended Spaces and Cross-channel Ecosystems.

Presentation / Conference
Benyon, D., & Resmini, A. (2015, June)
Blended Spaces and Cross-channel Ecosystems. Paper presented at ACM Creativity and Cognition, Glasgow, Scotland
This paper provides a contribution to creativity and codesign based on applying the theory of conceptual integration (also known as conceptual blending, or blending theory) to...

Interaction design: learning from new-media art.

Presentation / Conference
Helgason, I. (2010, September)
Interaction design: learning from new-media art. Paper presented at Irish Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Conference, Dublin
The aim of this PhD research project is to increase knowledge about the nature of what can be termed “optional interactions” with installations and systems found in public or ...

Landscaping personification technologies: from interactions to relationships

Conference Proceeding
Benyon, D., & Mival, O. (2008)
Landscaping personification technologies: from interactions to relationships. In Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, presented at CHI 2008, Florence, April 2008 (3657-3662). https://doi.org/10.1145/1358628.1358908
Personification technologies are technologies that encourage people to anthropomorphize. These technologies try to get people to form relationships with them rather than simpl...

Designing Coordinated Multiple Views of Information Space.

Conference Proceeding
McEwan, T., Igoniderigha, N., & Benyon, D. (2014)
Designing Coordinated Multiple Views of Information Space. https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/hci2014.9
Information visualisation has long been recognized as a powerful aid to understanding: what Stuart Card has called ‘the amplification of cognition’. Research and development i...

A conference panel - but not as we know it!

Conference Proceeding
McEwan, T., England, D., O'Neill, E., Bryan-Kinns, N., & Finlay, J. (2007)
A conference panel - but not as we know it!. In D. Ramduny-Ellis, & D. Rachovides (Eds.), People and computers XXI : HCI-- but not as we know it : proceedings of HCI 2007, the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference, University of Lancaster, UK, 3-7 September 2007, 1-2
This panel will take the form of a public debate about whether the conference of which it forms part has a future. Academic conferences are increasingly hard to cost-justify a...