John Vines

John Vines

Visiting Professor

I’m a designer by background, and my research interests tend to focus around issues to do with independence and agency in later life, informal and relational care for people of all ages, and notions of “friendly” and “caring” communities. I’m intrigued by the ways in which digital technologies might support new interactions and engagements between people in relation to these issues, rather than be used as a way to replace human contact as is often the case.

I also have strong interest in involving those who live with and alongside the technologies we create throughout the design process, and increasingly in defining research questions and issues to be tackled completely from the ‘bottom up’.

I am currently working on a range of projects involving the design of technologies with communities, including issues such as social isolation among carers, intergenerational conversation around dementia, advice and information sharing in health support groups, advocacy and the measuring of outcomes in charities, and community decision making around care services.

2020

From Creating Spaces for Civic Discourse to Creating Resources for Action

  1. Johnson I G
  2. Al-Shahrabi D
  3. Vines J

2020CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

From Creating Spaces for Civic Discourse to Creating Resources for Action

  1. Johnson IG
  2. Al-Shahrabi D
  3. Vines J

2020Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI ’20

2019

The feasibility and acceptability of using a novel wrist worn cueing device to self-manage drooling problems in people with Parkinson’s Disease: a pilot study

  1. McNaney R
  2. Miller N
  3. Olivier P
  4. Vines J
  5. Walker R

2019Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering

JourneyCam: Exploring Experiences of Accessibility and Mobility among Powered Wheelchair Users through Video and Data

  1. Rodger S
  2. Jackson D
  3. Vines J
  4. McLaughlin J
  5. Wright P

2019Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019)

2018

Ticket to talk: Supporting conversation between young people and people with dementia through digital media

  1. Welsh D
  2. Morrissey K
  3. Foley S
  4. McNaney R
  5. Salis C
  6. McCarthy J
  7. Vines J

2018Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Enabling participation of people with Parkinson's and their caregivers in Co-inquiry around collectivist health technologies

  1. McNaney R
  2. Vines J
  3. Dow A
  4. Robinson H
  5. Robinson H
  6. McDonald K
  7. Brown L
  8. Santer P
  9. Murray D
  10. Murray J
  11. Green D
  12. Wright P

2018Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '18)

Supporting the complex social lives of new parents

  1. Toombs AL
  2. Morrissey K
  3. Simpson E
  4. Gray CM
  5. Vines J
  6. Balaam M

2018Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Accountability work: Examining the values, technologies and work practices that facilitate transparency in Charities

  1. Marshall M
  2. Vines J
  3. Wright P
  4. Kirk DS
  5. Lowe T
  6. Wilson R

2018Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings

Between grassroots and the hierarchy: Lessons learned from the design of a public services directory

  1. Dow A
  2. Comber R
  3. Vines J

2018Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings

HCI for blockchain: Studying, designing, critiquing and envisioning distributed ledger technologies

  1. Elsden C
  2. Nissen B
  3. Jabbar K
  4. Talhouk R
  5. Lustig C
  6. Dunphy P
  7. Speed C
  8. Vines J

2018CHI '18 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Workshop proposal: Designing for everyday care in communities

  1. Toombs AL
  2. Dow A
  3. Vines J
  4. Dennis B
  5. Clarke R
  6. Light A
  7. Gray CM

2018DIS 2018 - Companion Publication of the 2018 Designing Interactive Systems Conference

2017

Our Year with the Glass: Expectations, Letdowns and Ethical Dilemmas of Technology Trials with Vulnerable People

  1. Vines J
  2. McNaney R
  3. Holden A
  4. Poliakov I
  5. Wright P
  6. Olivier P

2017Interacting with Computers

What Happens to Digital Feedback?: Studying the Use of a Feedback Capture Platform by Care Organisations

  1. Dow A
  2. Vines J
  3. Lowe T
  4. Comber R
  5. Wilson R

2017ACM SIGCHI (CHI) 2017

DemYouth: Co-Designing and Enacting Tools to Support Young People's Engagement with People with Dementia

  1. McNaney R
  2. Vines J
  3. Mercer J
  4. Mexter L
  5. Young T

2017Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '17)

"I've been manipulated!": Designing Second Screen Experiences for Critical Viewing of Reality TV

  1. Feltwell T
  2. Wood G
  3. Long K
  4. Brooker P
  5. Schofield T
  6. Petridis I
  7. Barnett J
  8. Vines J
  9. Lawson S

20172017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

"Could You Define That in Bot Terms"?: Requesting, Creating and Using Bots on Reddit

  1. Long K
  2. Vines J
  3. Sutton S
  4. Brooker P
  5. Feltwell T
  6. Kirman B
  7. Barnett J
  8. Lawson S

2017Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

On Speculative Enactments

  1. Elsden C
  2. Chatting D
  3. Durrant AC
  4. Garbett A
  5. Nissen B
  6. Vines J
  7. Kirk DS

2017Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Connecting Those That Care: Designing for Transitioning, Talking, Belonging and Escaping

  1. Long K
  2. Bakewell LL
  3. McNaney RC
  4. Vasileiou K
  5. Atkinson M
  6. Barreto M
  7. Barnett J
  8. Wilson M
  9. Lawson S
  10. Vines J

2017Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Community Conversational: Supporting and Capturing Deliberative Talk in Local Consultation Processes

  1. Johnson IG
  2. MacDonald A
  3. Briggs J
  4. Manuel J
  5. Salt K
  6. Flynn E
  7. Vines J

2017CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Supporting Self-Care of Adolescents with Nut Allergy Through Video and Mobile Educational Tools

  1. Davidson N
  2. Vines J
  3. Bartindale T
  4. Sutton S
  5. Green D
  6. Comber R
  7. Balaam M
  8. Olivier P
  9. Vance G

2017CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Do-It-Yourself Empowerment as Experienced by Novice Makers with Disabilities

  1. Meissner JL
  2. Vines J
  3. McLaughlin J
  4. Nappey T
  5. Maksimova J
  6. Wright P

20172017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems

CrowdEyes: Crowdsourcing for robust real-world mobile eye tracking

  1. Othman M
  2. Amaral T
  3. McNaney R
  4. Smeddinck JD
  5. Vines J
  6. Olivier P

2017Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, MobileHCI 2017

2016

Technology and the Politics of Mobility: Evidence Generation in Accessible Transport Activism

  1. Rodger S
  2. Vines J
  3. McLaughlin J

2016Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2016)

ThoughtCloud: Exploring the Role of Feedback Technologies in Care Organisations<strong> </strong>

  1. Dow A
  2. Vines J
  3. Comber R
  4. Wilson R

2016CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Metadating: Exploring the Romance and Future of Personal Data

  1. Elsden C
  2. Nissen B
  3. Garbett A
  4. Chatting D
  5. Kirk D
  6. Vines J

2016CHI '16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Reflections on Deploying Distributed Consultation Technologies with Community Organisations

  1. Johnson I
  2. Vines J
  3. Taylor N
  4. Jenkins E
  5. Marshall J

2016CHI '16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Accountable: Exploring the Inadequacies of Transparent Financial Practice in the Non-Profit Sector

  1. Marshall M
  2. Kirk D
  3. Vines J

2016CHI '16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Speeching: Mobile Crowdsourced Speech Assessment to Support Self-Monitoring and Management for People with Parkinson’s

  1. McNaney R
  2. Othman M
  3. Richardson D
  4. Dunphy P
  5. Amaral T
  6. Miller N
  7. Stringer H
  8. Olivier P
  9. Vines J

2016CHI '16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Ethical Encounters in Human-Computer Interaction

  1. Waycott J
  2. Munteanu C
  3. Davis H
  4. Thieme A
  5. Moncur W
  6. McNaney R
  7. Vines J
  8. Branham S

2016CHI EA '16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Using Disability Law to expand Academic Freedom for Disabled Researchers in the United Kingdom

  1. Kirkham R
  2. Webster M
  3. Chen K
  4. Vines J

2016Journal of Historical Sociology

2015

An Age-Old Problem: Examining the Discourses of Ageing in HCI and Strategies for Future Research

  1. Vines J
  2. Pritchard G
  3. Wright PC
  4. Olivier P
  5. Brittain K

2015ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI)

Authenticity, Relatability and Collaborative Approaches to Sharing Knowledge about Assistive Living Technology

  1. Vines J
  2. Wright P
  3. Silver D
  4. Winchcombe M
  5. Olivier P

2015ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2015)

Collaboration and Social Computing in Emerging Financial Services

  1. Millen D
  2. Pinhanez C
  3. Bianchi S
  4. Kaye J
  5. Vines J

2015ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2015) Companion

LApp: A Speech Loudness Application for People with Parkinson's on Google Glass

  1. McNaney R
  2. Poliakov I
  3. Vines J
  4. Balaam M
  5. Zhang P
  6. Olivier P

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15)

Debating Poverty Porn on Twitter: Social Media as a Place for Everyday Socio-Political Talk

  1. Brooker P
  2. Vines J
  3. Sutton S
  4. Barnett J
  5. Feltwell T
  6. Lawson S

2015ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015)

Your Money's No Good Here: The Elimination of Cash Payment on London Buses

  1. Pritchard G
  2. Vines J
  3. Olivier P

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15)

Being Reasonable: A Manifesto for Improving the Inclusion of Disabled People in SIGCHI Conferences

  1. Kirkham R
  2. Vines J
  3. Olivier P

2015CHI EA '15: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems

How to Drive a London Bus: Measuring Performance in a Mobile and Remote Workplace

  1. Pritchard G
  2. Briggs P
  3. Vines J
  4. Olivier P

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15)

Ethical Encounters in HCI: Research in Sensitive Settings

  1. Waycott J
  2. Davis H
  3. Thieme A
  4. Branham S
  5. Vines J
  6. Munteanu C

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '15)

The beginnings, middles and endings of participatory research in HCI: An introduction to the special issue on 'perspectives on participation'

  1. Vines J
  2. Clarke R
  3. Light A
  4. Wright PC

2015International Journal of Human-Computer Studies

Situational Ethics: Re-thinking Approaches to Formal Ethics Requirements for Human-Computer Interaction

  1. Munteanu C
  2. Molyneaux H
  3. Moncur W
  4. Romero M
  5. O'Donnell S
  6. Vines J

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

LApp: A Speech Loudness Application for People with Parkinson's on Google Glass

  1. Olivier P
  2. Poliakov I
  3. Balaam M
  4. McNaney R
  5. Zhang P
  6. Vines J

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

MyRun: Balancing Design for Reflection, Recounting and Openness in a Museum-based Participatory Platform

  1. Clarke R
  2. Vines J
  3. Wright P
  4. Bartindale T
  5. Shearer J
  6. McCarthy J
  7. Olivier P

2015British HCI 2015

Developing a Dialogical Platform for Disseminating Research through Design

  1. Durrant A
  2. Vines J
  3. Wallace J
  4. Yee J

2015Constructivist Foundations

Educating adolescents at risk of anaphylaxis (the ERA study)

  1. Davidson NA
  2. Vines J
  3. Bartindale T
  4. Comber R
  5. Balaam M
  6. Mcnaney D
  7. Sutton S
  8. Green D
  9. Michaelis L
  10. Salter L
  11. Olivier P
  12. Vance G

2015European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress

Being reasonable: A manifesto for improving the inclusion of disabled people in SIGCHI conferences

  1. Kirkham R
  2. Vines J
  3. Olivier P

2015CHI’15: 2015 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

2014

Designing for Spontaneous and Secure Delegation in Digital Payments

  1. Dunphy P
  2. Monk A
  3. Vines J
  4. Blythe M
  5. Olivier P

2014Interacting with Computers

Exploring delegate engagement with an augmented conference

  1. Taylor N
  2. Bartindale T
  3. Vines J
  4. Olivier P

2014UbiComp '14 Proceedings of the 2014 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

Digitally driven: how location based services impact the work practices of London bus drivers

  1. Pritchard G
  2. Vines J
  3. Briggs P
  4. Thomas L
  5. Olivier P

2014CHI '14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Exploring the Acceptability of Google Glass as an Everyday Assistive Device for People with Parkinson's

  1. McNaney R
  2. Vines J
  3. Roggen D
  4. Balaam M
  5. Zhang P
  6. Poliakov I
  7. Olivier P

2014SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Experience design theatre: exploring the role of live theatre in scaffolding design dialogues

  1. Vines J
  2. Denman-Cleaver T
  3. Dunphy P
  4. Wright P
  5. Olivier P

2014CHI '14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

The dept. of hidden stories: playful digital storytelling for children in a public library

  1. Wood G
  2. Vines J
  3. Balaam M
  4. Taylor N
  5. Smith T
  6. Crivellaro C
  7. Mensah J
  8. Limon H
  9. Challis J
  10. Anderson L
  11. Clarke A
  12. Wright PC

2014SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Enabling Empathy in Health and Care: Design Methods and Challenges

  1. Thieme A
  2. Vines J
  3. Wallace J
  4. Clarke R
  5. Slovak P
  6. McCarthy J
  7. Massimi M
  8. Grimes-Parker A

2014ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014) Extended Abstracts

Pay or Delay: The Role of Technology When Managing a Low Income

  1. Vines J
  2. Dunphy P
  3. Monk A

2014ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014)

Making Wellbeing: A Process of User-Centered Design

  1. Marshall K
  2. Thieme A
  3. Wallace J
  4. Vines J
  5. Wood G
  6. Balaam M

2014ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2014)

The Dept. Of Hidden Stories: Playful Digital Storytelling for Children in a Public Library

  1. Wood G
  2. Vines J
  3. Balaam M
  4. Taylor N
  5. Smith T
  6. Crivellaro C
  7. Mensah J
  8. Limon H
  9. Challis J
  10. Anderson L
  11. Clarke A
  12. Wright PC

201432nd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Demo Hour

  1. Tahiro?lu K
  2. Wikström V
  3. Overstall S
  4. Svedström T
  5. Kildal J
  6. Ahmaniemi T
  7. Long K
  8. Vines J
  9. Nakamura H
  10. Kim E
  11. Achituv R

2014Interactions

Understanding Financial Practices: Experiences with ‘Eighty Somethings’ and the Underbanked

  1. Dunphy P
  2. Vines J
  3. Monk A
  4. Blythe M
  5. Olivier P

2014Enabling Empathy in Health and Care: Design Methods & Challenges Workshop

Loneliness in the Digital Age: Building Strategies for Empathy and Trust

  1. Lawson S
  2. Vines J
  3. Wilson M
  4. Barnett J
  5. Barreto M

2014Enabling Empathy in Health and Care: Design Methods & Challenges Workshop

Designing for and with vulnerable people

  1. Vines J
  2. McNaney R
  3. Lindsay S
  4. Wallace J
  5. McCarthy J

2014Interactions

Understanding the experience-centeredness of privacy and security technologies

  1. Dunphy P
  2. Vines J
  3. Coles-Kemp L
  4. Clarke R
  5. Vlachokyriakos V
  6. Wright P
  7. McCarthy J
  8. Olivier P

20142014 New Security Paradigms Workshop NSPW '14

2013

HCI in the press: online public reactions to mass media portrayals of HCI research

  1. Vines J
  2. Thieme A
  3. Comber R
  4. Blythe M
  5. Wright PC
  6. Olivier P

2013CHI 2013: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Configuring participation: On how we involve users in design

  1. Vines J
  2. Clarke R
  3. Wright P
  4. McCarthy J
  5. Olivier P

2013ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Designing for- and with- vulnerable people

  1. Vines J
  2. McNaney R
  3. Clarke R
  4. Lindsay S
  5. McCarthy J
  6. Howard S
  7. Romero M
  8. Wallace J

2013ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Digital apartheid: an ethnographic account of racialised HCI in Cape Town hip-hop

  1. Pritchard G
  2. Vines J

2013ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Making Family Care Work: Dependence, Privacy and Remote Home Monitoring Telecare Systems

  1. Vines J
  2. Lindsay S
  3. Pritchard G

2013ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2013)

Mind Pool: Encouraging Self-Reflection Through Ambiguous Bio-Feedback

  1. Long K
  2. Vines J

2013ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Trigger Shift: Participatory Design of an Augmented Theatrical Performance with Young People

  1. Schofield T
  2. Vines J
  3. Higham T
  4. Carter E
  5. Atken M
  6. Golding A

20139th ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition

Trust and Evidence in an Online Community of Speech and Language Therapists: The Case of iPad Use

  1. Sutton S
  2. Vines J
  3. McNaney R
  4. Webster M
  5. Olivier P

2013Digital Enconomy 2013: Open Digital

SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY AS A USEFUL LENS IN WHICH TO CHALLENGE THE PREVAILING REPRESENTATION OF AGEING IN THE HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION (HCI) COMMUNITY

  1. Brittain K
  2. Vines J
  3. Pritchard GW
  4. Wright P
  5. Olivier P

2013GERONTOLOGIST

2012

The Joy of Cheques: Trust, Paper and Eighty Somethings

  1. Vines J
  2. Dunphy P
  3. Blythe M
  4. Lindsay S
  5. Monk A
  6. Olivier P

2012ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW'12)

Questionable Concepts: Critique as Resource for Designing with Eighty Somethings

  1. Vines J
  2. Blythe M
  3. Lindsay S
  4. Dunphy P
  5. Monk A
  6. Olivier P

2012ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI'12)

Cheque Mates: Participatory Design of Digital Payments with Eighty Somethings

  1. Vines J
  2. Blythe M
  3. Dunphy P
  4. Vlachokyriakos V
  5. Teece I
  6. Monk A
  7. Olivier P

2012ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI'12)

Invisible design: exploring insights and ideas through ambiguous film scenarios

  1. Briggs P
  2. Blythe M
  3. Vines J
  4. Lindsay S
  5. Dunphy P
  6. Nicholson J
  7. Green D
  8. Kitson J
  9. Monk A
  10. Olivier P

20129th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '12)

Invited SIG - participation and HCI: why involve people in design?

  1. Vines J
  2. Clarke R
  3. Leong T
  4. McCarthy J
  5. Iversen OS
  6. Wright P
  7. Olivier P

2012ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Extended Abstracts (CHI EA '12)

Perspectives on participation: evaluating cross-disciplinary tools, methods and practices

  1. Vines J
  2. Clarke R
  3. Leong T
  4. Wright P
  5. Light A
  6. Iversen OS

20129th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '12)

Invisible Design: Exploring Insights and Ideas through Ambiguous Film Scenarios

  1. Briggs P
  2. Blythe M
  3. Vines J
  4. Lindsay S
  5. Dunphy P
  6. Nicholson J
  7. Green D
  8. Kitson J
  9. Monk A
  10. Olivier P

2012Designing Interactive Systems (DIS)

2011

Eighty something: banking for the older old

  1. Vines J
  2. Blythe M
  3. Dunphy P
  4. Monk A

201125th BCS Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (BCS-HCI 2011)

New approaches to banking for the older old

  1. Monk A
  2. Dunphy P
  3. Olivier P
  4. Vines J
  5. Blythe M

2011Digital Economy 2011: Digital Engagement

2009

The Mind Cupola and Enactive Ecology: Designing technologically mediated experiences for the Ageing Mind

  1. Zics B
  2. Vines J

200910th Annual Planetary Collegium International Research Conference, Consciousness Reframed: art and consciousness in the post-biological era, Experiencing Design: Behaving media

Body, world and affordance: towards engaging technological artefacts for older individuals

  1. Vines J

2009Nordes 2009: 3rd Nordic Design Research Conference

The ageing present: neurophysiological change and the relational affordances of technological objects

  1. Vines J
  2. Punt M

2009IASDR 2009:

Enacted experience and interaction design: new perspectives

  1. Thomspon S
  2. Vines J

2009Physicality '09: 3rd International Workshop on Physicality

Ageing futures: Towards an inclusive cognitive interaction design

  1. Vines J
  2. Thompson S

2009Include 2009: International conference on Inclusive Design