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Browsing publications by Professor John Vines.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Rachel Clarke
Professor John Vines
"Pick Someone Who Can Kick Your Ass" - Moneywork in Financial Third Party Access2020
Dr Ian Johnson
Dalya Al-Shahrabi
Professor John Vines
From Creating Spaces for Civic Discourse to Creating Resources for Action2020
Dr Rosin McNaney
Emeritus Professor Nick Miller
Professor Patrick Olivier
Professor John Vines
Professor Richard Walker
et al.
The feasibility and acceptability of using a novel wrist worn cueing device to self-manage drooling problems in people with Parkinson’s Disease: a pilot study2019
Matt Marshall
Professor John Vines
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Dave Kirk
Dr Toby Lowe
et al.
Accountability work: Examining the values, technologies and work practices that facilitate transparency in Charities2018
Andrew Dow
Dr Robert Comber
Professor John Vines
Between grassroots and the hierarchy: Lessons learned from the design of a public services directory2018
Dr Rosin McNaney
Professor John Vines
Andrew Dow
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Enabling participation of people with Parkinson's and their caregivers in Co-inquiry around collectivist health technologies2018
Christopher Elsden
Bettina Nissen
Reem Talhouk
Dr Paul Dunphy
Professor John Vines
et al.
HCI for blockchain: Studying, designing, critiquing and envisioning distributed ledger technologies2018
Dr Austin Toombs
Dr Kellie Morrissey
Dr Colin Gray
Professor John Vines
Dr Madeline Balaam
et al.
Supporting the complex social lives of new parents2018
Daniel Welsh
Dr Kellie Morrissey
Dr Christos Salis
Dr John McCarthy
Professor John Vines
et al.
Ticket to talk: Supporting conversation between young people and people with dementia through digital media2018
Dr Austin Toombs
Andrew Dow
Professor John Vines
Dr Colin Gray
Workshop proposal: Designing for everyday care in communities2018
Kiel Long
Professor John Vines
Selina Sutton
Dr Tom Feltwell
"Could You Define That in Bot Terms"?: Requesting, Creating and Using Bots on Reddit2017
Dr Tom Feltwell
Gavin Wood
Kiel Long
Dr Tom Schofield
Professor John Vines
et al.
"I've been manipulated!": Designing Second Screen Experiences for Critical Viewing of Reality TV2017
Dr Ian Johnson
Alistair MacDonald
Dr Jo Briggs
Jennifer Manuel
Professor John Vines
et al.
Community Conversational: Supporting and Capturing Deliberative Talk in Local Consultation Processes2017
Kiel Long
Roisin McNaney
Professor John Vines
Connecting Those That Care: Designing for Transitioning, Talking, Belonging and Escaping2017
Mohammad Othman
Dr Telmo Amaral
Dr Rosin McNaney
Dr Jan Smeddinck
Professor John Vines
et al.
CrowdEyes: Crowdsourcing for robust real-world mobile eye tracking2017
Róisín McNaney
Professor John Vines
Professor Tony Young
DemYouth: Co-Designing and Enacting Tools to Support Young People's Engagement with People with Dementia2017
Janis Meissner
Professor John Vines
Professor Janice McLaughlin
Tom Nappey
Jekaterina Maksimova
et al.
Do-It-Yourself Empowerment as Experienced by Novice Makers with Disabilities2017
Christopher Elsden
David Chatting
Professor Abi Durrant
Dr Andy Garbett
Bettina Nissen
et al.
On Speculative Enactments2017
Neil Davidson
Professor John Vines
Dr Tom Bartindale
Selina Sutton
Dave Green
et al.
Supporting Self-Care of Adolescents with Nut Allergy Through Video and Mobile Educational Tools2017
Andrew Dow
Professor John Vines
Dr Toby Lowe
Dr Robert Comber
Professor Rob Wilson
et al.
What Happens to Digital Feedback?: Studying the Use of a Feedback Capture Platform by Care Organisations2017
Reuben Kirkham
Professor John Vines
Professor Patrick Olivier
Being reasonable: A manifesto for improving the inclusion of disabled people in SIGCHI conferences2015
Dr Neil Davidson
Professor John Vines
Dr Tom Bartindale
Dr Robert Comber
Dr Madeline Balaam
et al.
Educating adolescents at risk of anaphylaxis (the ERA study)2015
Professor John Vines
Dr Rosin McNaney
Designing for and with vulnerable people2014