Digitla Research Specialist, Faculty of Information Services
My research interests are in the effects that the design of technology has on the behaviour of its users, revealed via a grounded theory approach combining ethnography, contextual inquiry and participatory design/co-design with real users. Since completing my PhD in the University of Nottingham's Mixed Reality Lab in 2010 I have applied these methods to develop and study technology with a broad spectrum of users and settings, with a focus on exploring the role that Internet-of-Things and mobile technologies can play in encouraging sustainability (both from ecological and cultural heritage perspectives). In my current role I develop and evaluate technologies that enable for forms of visitor engagement on cultural heritage sites, including location-based experiences, visual markers, and BLE/NFC. I co-led the University of Nottingham's "Heritage and the Digital" research priority area - a network of leading academics from backgrounds that span Digital Economy and Humanities - identified as an area of existing and emerging research strength. I also provide training for SMEs and practitioners around use of new technologies for public engagement, and consult on digital strategy for visitor engagement.
University of Nottingham
School of Computer Science
Nottingham, NG8 1BB
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