Workshop on Dealing with Sensitive and Personal Issues in Participatory Design

At British Human Computer Interaction Conference, held on Tuesday 4 July, 9.00-12.00 in Sunderland, UK. We invite researchers, designers and practitioners to join us for this workshop and explore how sensitive, personal and sometimes embarrassing information about users can be elicited and shared in a safe and supportive way. The 3-hour workshop will present techniques for developing deep […]

Persuasive Conference 2014

I attended the Persuasive 2014 conference at the University of Padova, Italy at the end of May.  The conference gave me the opportunity to hear from the people who have been at the leading edge of PT research for the last decade or more.  I also attended the Doctoral Consortium to present my PhD proposals […]

Chairing the behaviour change session at DUXU 2014

Last week I chaired a parallel paper session on “Designing for Behaviour Change” at the 3rd International Conference on Design, User Experience and Usability (DUXU) which was held in Crete, Greece. My co-chair was Prof Marientina Gotsis from University of Southern California. The session featured eight papers, selected in a blind review process by an […]

Conference Session: Experience Design for Behaviour Change

We are running a parallel paper session at the 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Crete, Greece, 22-26 June 2014. The session is co-organised with Prof. Marientina Gotsis from the University of Southern California. We aim to bring together a multidisciplinary set of researchers and industry professionals interested in designing behaviour change interventions. We aim […]