Research

I am a researcher in human computer interaction. My research involves conducting qualitative studies to understand how people use new and emerging technologies in real world settings in order to reveal and design for the future. Current research interests include understanding the impacts of mobile digital technologies on work-life balance, exploring the use of personal informatics tools to promote reflection and behaviour change, considering people’s sharing behaviours around and through technology, and understanding the gap between the academic study of HCI and user experience practice and research in industry.

Please see my Google Scholar page for a list of publications


Teaching

I currently teach Advanced Human Computer Interaction and Human Computer Interaction modules: Masters and 3rd Year Undergraduate courses covering a breadth of topics in the space of HCI.

For a list of potential projects I would be willing to supervise, please see my projects page