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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...

Learning to Cope with Digital Technology

Presentation / Conference
Sobolewska, E. (2014, May)
Learning to Cope with Digital Technology. Poster presented at FECCE, Postgraduate Research Conference 2014, Edinburgh
There is a widespread assumption, that everyone uses modern interactive technology and appreciates its liberating effects. However, according to recent reports, ten million pe...

The role of appropriation in the design of engaging artefacts

Presentation / Conference
Flint, T., & Turner, P. (2011, May)
The role of appropriation in the design of engaging artefacts. Paper presented at Re-Thinking Technology in Museums 2011
Creating engaging artefacts is a key objective for anyone involved in the design and implementation of interactive media. This is particularly true for those artefacts that co...

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 ...

Traditional and Contemporary vs. Engaged accounts in HCI

Presentation / Conference
Sobolewska, E. (2010, May)
Traditional and Contemporary vs. Engaged accounts in HCI. Paper presented at CFP - FECCI Research Student Conference, Edinburgh
No abstract available.

User experience at Edinburgh Napier University.

Presentation / Conference
Turner, S., & Turner, P. (2010, February)
User experience at Edinburgh Napier University. Paper presented at BCS workshop on user experience competencies, London

Auto-ethnography: problems, pitfalls and promise

Presentation / Conference
Sobolewska, E., Smith, C. F., & Turner, P. (2009, April)
Auto-ethnography: problems, pitfalls and promise. Paper presented at HCI Educators 2009, University of Abertay, Dundee
The teaching and perhaps more importantly the practice of ethnographic techniques has become increasing important within Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). But ethnography is a...

Playing the game: HCI careers in the competency era

Presentation / Conference
McEwan, T. (2009, April)
Playing the game: HCI careers in the competency era. Paper presented at HCI Educators 2009, Swindon
This paper summarises the increasing formalization of HCI-related job-roles in competency frameworks (such as the UK’s Skills Framework for the Information Age – SFIA), and th...

Visualising the soundfield and soundscape: extending Macaulay and Crerar’s 1998 method.

Presentation / Conference
McGregor, I., Crerar, A., Benyon, D., & LePlâtre, G. (2008, June)
Visualising the soundfield and soundscape: extending Macaulay and Crerar’s 1998 method. Paper presented at ICAD 2008: The 14th annual International Conference on Auditory Display, Paris, France
The introduction of effective auditory warnings into a shared environment requires a prior understanding of the existing soundfield and soundscape. Reifying the physical and p...

The Companions paradigm as a method of eliciting and organising life data.

Presentation / Conference
Wilks, Y., Catizone, R., & Mival, O. (2008, January)
The Companions paradigm as a method of eliciting and organising life data. Presented at Workshop on Memories for Life, British Computer Society, London, UK
No abstract available.