Publications in 2015

"Why me? I don't fit the mould … I am a freak of nature": a qualitative study of women's experience of gout

  1. Richardson JC
  2. Liddle J
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Roddy E
  5. Prinjha S
  6. Ziebland S
  7. Hider S

2015BMC Women's Health

A Novel Markov Logic Rule Induction Strategy for Characterizing Sports Video Footage

  1. Windridge D
  2. Kittler J
  3. de Campos T
  4. Yan F
  5. Christmas W
  6. Khan A

2015IEEE MultiMedia

A Quantified Past: Towards Design for Remembering with Personal Informatics

  1. Elsden C
  2. Kirk DS
  3. Durrant A

2015Human–Computer Interaction

A systematic review of the clinical-effectiveness of interventions for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy

  1. McParlin C
  2. O'Donnell A
  3. Robson S
  4. Beyer F
  5. Moloney E
  6. Bryant A
  7. Bradley J
  8. Muirhead C
  9. Nelson-Peircey C
  10. Newbury-Birch D
  11. Norman J
  12. Simpson E
  13. Swallow B
  14. Yates L
  15. Vale L

2015British Maternal & Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS) 17th Annual Conference 2015

Adult care for Duchenne muscular dystrophy in the UK

  1. Rodger S
  2. Woods KL
  3. Bladen CL
  4. Stringer A
  5. Vry J
  6. Gramsch K
  7. Kirschner J
  8. Thompson R
  9. Bushby K
  10. Lochmuller H

2015Journal of Neurology

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)

Archival Liveness: Designing with Collections Before and During Cataloguing and Digitization

  1. Schofield T
  2. Kirk D
  3. Amaral T
  4. Dörk M
  5. Whitelaw M
  6. Schofield G
  7. Ploetz T

2015Digital Humanities Quarterly

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)

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

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

Beyond Activity Recognition: Skill Assessment from Accelerometer Data

  1. Khan A
  2. Mellor S
  3. Berlin E
  4. Robin T
  5. McNaney R
  6. Olivier P
  7. Ploetz T

2015UbiComp '15 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

Beyond Personal Informatics: Designing for Experiences with Data.

  1. Elsden C
  2. Kirk DS
  3. Selby M
  4. Speed C

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

Blending pedagogy, technology, skills and food: The French digital kitchen project

  1. Seedhouse P
  2. Preston A
  3. Olivier P

2015The Cambridge Guide to Blended Learning

Bootlegger: Turning Fans into Film Crew

  1. Schofield G
  2. Bartindale T
  3. Wright P

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI 15

Build me a Ubicomp: bespoke ubiquitous accessibility in live television production environments

  1. Kirkham R
  2. Bartindale T
  3. Evans M
  4. Olivier P

2015Personal and Ubiquitous Computing

Can a kitchen teach languages? Linking theory and practice in the design of context-aware language learning environments

  1. Preston A
  2. Balaam M
  3. Seedhouse P
  4. Rafiev A
  5. Jackson D
  6. Olivier P

2015Smart Learning Environments

Captchat: A Messaging Tool to Frustrate Ubiquitous Surveillance

  1. Dunphy P
  2. Schoning J
  3. Nicholson J
  4. Olivier P

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 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

Comparing Fatigue When Using Large Horizontal and Vertical Multi-touch Interaction Displays.

  1. Al-Megren S
  2. Kharrufa A
  3. Hook J
  4. Holden A
  5. Sutton S
  6. Olivier P

2015Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2015

Comparison of INTAKE24 (an online 24hr dietary recall tool) with an interviewer-led 24hr recall method in 11-16 year olds

  1. Delve J
  2. Simpson E
  3. Adamson AJ
  4. Poliakov I
  5. Olivier P
  6. Foster E

2015Nutrition Society Summer Meeting

Contesting the City: Enacting the political through digitally supported urban walks

  1. Crivellaro C
  2. Comber R
  3. Dade-Robertson M
  4. Bowen S
  5. Wright P
  6. Olivier P

2015CHI 2015 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Cooking up the perfect storm: Redesign for learning in higher education with Self Organised Learning Environments

  1. Preston A

2015

CueS: cueing for upper limb rehabilitation in stroke

  1. Holden A
  2. McNaney R
  3. Balaam M
  4. Thompson R
  5. Hammerla N
  6. Ploetz T
  7. Jackson D
  8. Price C
  9. Brkic L
  10. Olivier P

2015British HCI '15 2015 British HCI Conference

CueS: Cueing for Upper Limb Rehabilitation in Stroke

  1. Holden A
  2. McNaney R
  3. Balaam M
  4. Thompson R
  5. Hammerla N
  6. Ploetz T
  7. Jackson D
  8. Price C
  9. Brkic L
  10. Olivier P

20152015 British HCI Conference

Dancing with Horses: Automated Quality Feedback for Dressage Riders

  1. Thompson R
  2. Kyriazakis I
  3. Holden A
  4. Olivier P
  5. Plotz T

20152015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

Data-in-Place: Thinking through the Relations Between Data and Community

  1. Taylor AS
  2. Lindley S
  3. Regan T
  4. Sweeney D
  5. Vlachokyriakos V
  6. Grainger L
  7. Lingel J

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15)

Data-Things: Digital Fabrication Situated within Participatory Data Translation Activities

  1. Nissen B
  2. Bowers J

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

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)

Demand in my pocket: mobile devices and the data connectivity marshalled in support of everyday practice

  1. Lord C
  2. Hazas M
  3. Clear AK
  4. Bates O
  5. Whittam R
  6. Morley J
  7. Friday A

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

Designing Alternative Systems for Local Communities

  1. Vlachokyriakos V
  2. Comber R
  3. Crivellaro C
  4. Taylor N
  5. Kuznetsov S
  6. Kavanaugh A
  7. Le Dantec C
  8. Kim BJ

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

Designing Engaging Data in Communities

  1. Regan T
  2. Sweeney D
  3. Helmes J
  4. Vlachokyriakos V
  5. Lindley S
  6. Taylor A

201533rd Annual Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI EA '15

Designing for and with People with Parkinson's: A Focus on Exergaming

  1. McNaney R
  2. Balaam M
  3. Holden A
  4. Schofield G
  5. Jackson D
  6. Webster M
  7. Galna B
  8. Barry G
  9. Rochester L
  10. Olivier P

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Designing for Family Phatic Communication: A Design Critique Approach

  1. Chatting DJ
  2. Kirk DS
  3. Yurman P
  4. Bichard J

2015British HCI 2015

Designing for Mental Wellbeing: Towards a More Holistic Approach in the Treatment and Prevention of Mental Illness

  1. Thieme A
  2. Wallace J
  3. Meyer TD
  4. Olivier P

20152015 British HCI Conference

Designing for Transitions to Sustainable Lifestyles

  1. Clear AK
  2. O'Neill K
  3. Friday A

2015Interactions

Dessiner les frontières de l'interaction sociale

  1. Vanhoof M
  2. Ratti C
  3. Smoreda Z

2015Usages et Valeur

Developing a Dialogical Platform for Disseminating Research through Design

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

2015Constructivist Foundations

Did Perception of the Economy Affect Attitudes to Immigration at the 2010 British General Election?

  1. Johnson C
  2. Rodger S

2015Social Science Quarterly

Diri - the Actuated Helium Balloon: A Study of Autonomous Behaviour in Interfaces

  1. Nowacka D
  2. Hammerla N
  3. Elsden C
  4. Ploetz T
  5. Kirk D

2015UbiComp '15 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

Drawing boundaries of social interaction

  1. Vanhoof M
  2. Ratti C
  3. Smoreda Z

2015Uses and Value

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

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)

Evaluating Digital Tabletop Collaborative Writing in the Classroom

  1. Heslop P
  2. Preston A
  3. Kharrufa A
  4. Balaam M
  5. Leat D
  6. Olivier P

2015Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT 2015: 15th IFIP TC 13 International Conference

Exergames for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation: A Medium-term Situated Study of Motivational Aspects and Impact on Functional Reach

  1. Smeddinck J
  2. Herrlich M
  3. Malaka R

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'15)

Expanding the Boundaries: A SIGCHI HCI & Sustainability Workshop

  1. Clear AK
  2. Preist C
  3. Joshi S
  4. Nathan LP
  5. Mann S
  6. Nardi BA

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

Exploring (un)sustainable growth of digital technologies in the home

  1. Bates O
  2. Lord C
  3. Knowles B
  4. Clear AK
  5. Hazas M
  6. Friday A

2015EnviroInfo and ICT for Sustainability (ICT4S)

Exploring gesture sonification to support reflective craft practice

  1. Smith T
  2. Bowen S
  3. Nissen B
  4. Bowers J
  5. Hook J
  6. Verhoevan A
  7. Wright P
  8. Olivier P

2015CHI 2015 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Exploring Learning Ecologies among People Experiencing Homelessness

  1. Strohmayer A
  2. Comber R
  3. Balaam M

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

FeedFinder: A Location-Mapping Mobile Application for Breastfeeding Women

  1. Balaam M
  2. Comber R
  3. Jenkins E
  4. Sutton S
  5. Garbett A

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

Flow of Competency in UX Design Practice

  1. Gray CM
  2. Toombs A
  3. Gross S

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

Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1-4 (2008-12)

  1. Adams J
  2. Goffe L
  3. Brown T
  4. Lake AA
  5. Summerbell C
  6. White M
  7. Wrieden W
  8. Adamson AJ

2015International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

How did I do? Automatic Skill Assessment from Accelerometer Data

  1. Khan A
  2. Berlin E
  3. Mellor S
  4. Thompson R
  5. Hammerla N
  6. McNaney R
  7. Olivier P
  8. Ploetz T

2015ACM GetMobile

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)

Instructor engagement with e-texts

  1. Abaci S
  2. Morrone AS
  3. Dennis AR

2015Educause Review

Interactive Design Documentary As A Method For Civic Engagement

  1. Green D
  2. Crivellaro C
  3. Tidey J

2015TVX 2015 - ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for TV and Online Video

Iterative development of an online dietary recall tool, INTAKE24

  1. Simpson E
  2. Delve J
  3. Poliakov I
  4. Foster E
  5. Jackson D
  6. Comber R
  7. Olivier P
  8. Adamson A

2015Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

Labella

  1. Almeida T
  2. Wood G
  3. Saraf D
  4. Balaam M

20152015 British HCI Conference

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)

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

Making Magic: Designing for Open Interactions in Museum Settings

  1. Taylor R
  2. Bowers J
  3. Nissen B
  4. Wood G
  5. Chaudhry Q
  6. Wright P
  7. Bruce L
  8. Glynn S
  9. Mallinson H
  10. Bearpark R

2015C&C '15 SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition

Making the invisible visible: Design to support the documentation of participatory arts experiences

  1. Hook J
  2. Clarke R
  3. McCarthy J
  4. Anderson K
  5. Dudman J
  6. Wright P

2015CHI 2015 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Mapping patients' experiences from initial symptoms to gout diagnosis: a qualitative exploration

  1. Liddle J
  2. Roddy E
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Hider SL
  5. Prinjha S
  6. Ziebland S
  7. Richardson JC

2015BMJ Open

Movement recognition technology as a method of assessing spontaneous general movements in high risk infants

  1. Marcroft C
  2. Khan A
  3. Embleton N
  4. Trenell M
  5. Ploetz T

2015Frontiers in Neurology

Nature Bot: Experiencing Nature in the Built Environment

  1. McDonald S
  2. Kirk D
  3. Bryan-Kinns N

2015C and C 2015 - 2015 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition

Nudging towards security; Developing and application for wireless network selection for android phones

  1. Turland J
  2. Coventry L
  3. Jeske D
  4. Briggs P
  5. van Moorsel A

2015British HCI '15 2015 British HCI Conference

On Becoming a Counsellor: Challenges and Opportunities To Support Interpersonal Skills Training

  1. Slovak P
  2. Thieme A
  3. Tennent P
  4. Olivier P
  5. Fitzpatrick G

2015Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW '15)

On Reducing the effect of Covariate Factors in Gait Recognition: A Classifier Ensemble Method

  1. Guan Y
  2. Li C-T
  3. Roli F

2015IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence

Online video and interactive TV experiences

  1. Obrist M
  2. Cesar P
  3. Geerts D
  4. Bartindale T
  5. Churchill EF

2015Interactions

Pokerprint: Seeing Through Your Playing Cards

  1. Guan Y
  2. Yan J

2015

Prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of cooking skills in UK adults: cross-sectional analysis of data from the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey

  1. Adams J
  2. Goffe L
  3. Adamson AJ
  4. Halligan J
  5. O'Brien N
  6. Purves R
  7. Stead M
  8. Stocken D
  9. White M

2015International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Research Through Design and Digital Humanities in Practice: What, How and Who in an Archive Research Project.

  1. Schofield T
  2. Kirk D
  3. Whitelaw M

2015Digital Humanities

Research to support the evaluation and implementation of adult cooking skills interventions in the UK: pilot RCT with process and economic evaluations [ISRCTN 91580447]

  1. Halligan J
  2. O'Brien N
  3. Purves R
  4. Becker F
  5. Goffe L
  6. Brown H
  7. Vale L
  8. Stocken D
  9. Adamson A
  10. Adams J
  11. Stead M
  12. White M

2015Public Health Research Consortium

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

Supporting children to engage in play for wellbeing

  1. Marshall K
  2. Wood G
  3. Read JC
  4. Yarosh SL
  5. Balaam M
  6. Lee J-J

201533rd Annual ACM Conference on Extended Abstracts Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI EA '15

Supporting Sustainable Food Shopping

  1. Clear AK
  2. Friday A
  3. Rouncefield M
  4. Chamberlain A

2015IEEE Pervasive Computing

Sustainable HCI in the UK

  1. Clear AK
  2. Finnigan S
  3. Comber R
  4. Friday A
  5. Foster D
  6. Preist C

2015British HCI 2015

Sustainable living means making big changes, so why can't we face up to it?

  1. O'Neill K
  2. Clear AK
  3. Friday A

2015The Conversation

Taking [A]Part: The Politics and Aesthetics of Experience-Centred Design

  1. McCarthy J
  2. Wright P

2015Design Thinking, Design Theory

Talk about sex: Designing games to acilitate healthy discussions around sex

  1. Wood M
  2. Wood G
  3. Balaam M

2015CHI PLAY 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play

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

The NULevel trial of a scalable, technology-assisted weight loss maintenance intervention for obese adults after clinically significant weight loss: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

  1. Evans EH
  2. AraujoSoares V
  3. Adamson AJ
  4. Batterham AM
  5. Brown H
  6. Campbell M
  7. Dombrowski SU
  8. Guest A
  9. Jackson D
  10. Kwasnicka D
  11. Ladha K
  12. McColl E
  13. Olivier P
  14. Rothman AJ
  15. Sainsbury K
  16. Steel AJ
  17. Steen IN
  18. Vale L
  19. White M
  20. Wright P
  21. Sniehotta FF

2015Trials

The politics and aesthetics of participatory HCI

  1. Wright P
  2. McCarthy J

2015Interactions

The Proper Care and Feeding of Hackerspaces: Care Ethics and Cultures of Making <strong> </strong>

  1. Toombs A
  2. Bardzell S
  3. Bardzell J

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

Time-series models to quantify short-term effects of meteorological conditions on bumblebee forager activity in agricultural landscapes

  1. Sanderson RA
  2. Goffe LA
  3. Leifert C

2015Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Understanding the lived experience of adolescents with type 1 diabetes: opportunities for design

  1. Webster M
  2. Foster E
  3. Comber R
  4. Bowen S
  5. Cheetham T
  6. Balaam M

2015Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children (IDC '15)

Using IMUs to identify supervisors on touch devices.

  1. Kharrufa A
  2. Nicholson J
  3. Dunphy P
  4. Hodges S
  5. Briggs P
  6. Olivier P

2015Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 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)