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Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media (2019)
Journal Article
Green, W., Cluley, R., & Greenhalf, W. (2019). Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media. European Journal of Marketing, 53(5), 830-847. doi:10.1108/ejm-12-2016-0682

Purpose Informed by social representation theory, the study explores how marketing workers represent their activities on social media. Design/methodology/approach A naturalistic dataset of 17,553 messages posted on Twitter by advertising wor... Read More about Social representations of marketing work: advertising workers and social media.

New Directions for the IoT: Automate, Share, Build, and Care (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Fuentes, C., Porcheron, M., Fischer, J. E., Costanza, E., Verdezoto, N., Herskovic, V., …Takayama, L. (2019). New Directions for the IoT: Automate, Share, Build, and Care. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systemsdoi:10.1145/3290607.3299000

As the IoT is taking hold in the home, in healthcare, factories, and industry, new challenges and approaches arise for HCI research and design. For example, HCI is exploring agency delegation and automation to support the user in managing the deluge... Read More about New Directions for the IoT: Automate, Share, Build, and Care.

Failing with style: designing for aesthetic failure in interactive performance (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Hazzard, A., Greenhalgh, C., Kallionpää, M., Benford, S., Veinberg, A., Kanga, Z., & Mcpherson, A. (in press). Failing with style: designing for aesthetic failure in interactive performance. In CHI '19 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Glasgow, Scotland UK — May 04 - 09, 2019 doi:10.1145/3290605.3300260

Failure is a common artefact of challenging experiences, a fact of life for interactive systems but also a resource for aesthetic and improvisational performance. We present a study of how three professional pianists performed an interactive piano co... Read More about Failing with style: designing for aesthetic failure in interactive performance.

Identifying Heavy Goods Vehicle Driving Styles in the United Kingdom (2018)
Journal Article
Figueredo, G. P., Agrawal, U., Mase, J., Mesgarpour, M., Wagner, C., Soria, D., …John, R. (2019). Identifying Heavy Goods Vehicle Driving Styles in the United Kingdom. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 20(9), 3324-3336. doi:10.1109/TITS.2018.2875343

Although driving behaviour has been largely studied amongst private motor vehicles drivers, the literature addressing heavy goods vehicle (HGV) drivers is scarce. Identifying the existing groups of driving stereotypes and their proportions enables re... Read More about Identifying Heavy Goods Vehicle Driving Styles in the United Kingdom.

fNIRS and Neurocinematics (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Ramchurn, R., Maior, H. A., Wilson, M. L., Martindale, S., Benford, S., & Cai, M. (2018, October). fNIRS and Neurocinematics. Poster presented at fNIRS2018

A landscape of design: interaction, interpretation and the development of experimental expressive interfaces (2018)
Book
Chamberlain, A., Bødker, M., De Roure, D., Willcox, P., Emsley, I., & Malizia, A. (2018). A landscape of design: interaction, interpretation and the development of experimental expressive interfaces. In Human-computer interaction: theories, methods, and human issues: 20th International Conference, HCI International 2018, Las Vegas, NV, USA, July 15–20, 2018, Proceedings, Part I, 24-34. Cham: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-91238-7_3

This paper presents the initial research insights of an ongoing research project that focuses upon understanding the role of landscape, its use as a resource for designing interfaces for musical expression, and as a tool for leveraging ethnographic u... Read More about A landscape of design: interaction, interpretation and the development of experimental expressive interfaces.