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Professor Yvonne Rogers

UCLIC Director

Professor of Interaction Design

Office: Room 8.14, 8th floor, Malet Place Engineering Building (MPEB)

Postal address:
UCLIC
Computer Science Department
Malet Place Engineering Building
University College London
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, UK

Work landline: +44 (0)20 7679 7843 (x37843)

email: y.rogers at ucl.ac.uk

Blog: interactiveingredients.com

Website for Intel Cities Institute (ICRI)

Yvonne Larger Portrait

Yvonne Rogers is a Professor of Interaction Design, the director of UCLIC and a deputy head of the Computer Science department at UCL. Her research interests are in the areas of ubiquitous computing, interaction design and human-computer interaction. A central theme is how to design interactive technologies that can enhance life by augmenting and extending everyday, learning and work activities. This involves informing, building and evaluating novel user experiences through creating and assembling a diversity of pervasive technologies. 

Yvonne is the PI at UCL for the  Intel Collaborative Research Institute on Sustainable Connected Cities which was launched in October 2012 as a joint collaboration with Imperial College. She was awarded a prestigious EPSRC dream fellowship rethinking the relationship between ageing, computing and creativity. Food for Thought:Thought for Food is the result of a workshop arising from it, comprising a number of resources, incuding a short documentary and the particiapant's reflections on dining, design and novel techology. 

She is a visiting professor at the Open University and Indiana University. She has spent sabbaticals at Stanford, Apple, Queensland University, University of Cape Town, University of Melbourne, QUT and UC San Diego. 

Central to her work is a critical stance towards how visions, theories and frameworks shape the fields of HCI, cognitive science and Ubicomp. She has been instrumental in promulgating new theories (e.g., external cognition), alternative methodologies (e.g., in the wild studies) and far-reaching research agendas (e.g., “Being Human: HCI in 2020” manifesto). She has also published a monograph (2012) called "HCI Theory: Classical, Modern and Contemporary."

Brief biography

From 2006-2011, Yvonne was professor of HCI in the Computing Department at the OU, where she set up the Pervasive Interaction Lab. From 2003-2006, she was a professor in Informatics at Indiana University. Prior to this, she spent 11 years at the former School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences at Sussex University.

Yvonne was one of the principal investigators on the UK Equator Project (2000-2007) where she pioneered ubiquitous learning. She has published widely, beginning with her PhD work on graphical interfaces to her recent work on public visualisations and behavioural change. She is one of the authors of the definitive textbook on Interaction Design and HCI now in its 3rd edition, that has sold over 150,000 copies worldwide and has been translated into 6 languages. She is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and the ACM's CHI Academy: "an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. These are the principal leaders of the field, whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and/or industry, and led the research and/or innovation in human-computer interaction."

Currently funded projects

- I am the UCL PI for the Intel Collaborative Institute of Sustainable and Connected Cities. A key theme is how to enhance city living and engagement with new technologies.

- My EPSRC dream fellowship is about rethinking ageing, ICT and creativity. The video below sets out the vision.  For an update see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lUajNibKK4

- I am also the PI for a MARIE CURIE network (2012-2016) called UBIHEALTH - that connects researchers from Europe, USA, China and Latin America.

For more about my research see projects.

Current Projects


Behavioural Change

Tidy Street

This project explores how ubiquitous technology interventions can facilitate behavioural change. It investigates how new kinds of salient information can be delivered in innovative ways, using affordable pervasive, ambient and wearable technologies, to help people make better-informed decisions in situ. Examples of behaviours that are being targeted include those that have been identified as problematic (e.g., healthy living, well-being) or resistant to change (e.g., laziness, concentration) but have the potential to be 'nudged' in a desired direction. 


Rethinking Ageing, ICT and Creativity (dream fellowship)

carrot

I am rethinking ubiquitous computing to be engaging and exciting. Not calming  but provocative and playful. And where people - not computers - are the proactive ones. This stretching of minds requires thinking about designing technologies differently; not always to be acting on our behalf or reducing the need for human effort - but that enables people to be more creative, imaginative and be able to solve increasingly complex problems. It involves thinking about how emergent technologies can profoundly change how we live – not only to monitor, guide or aid us but to empower, galvanize and augment. My starting point is to study ageing and cooking. At first blush, these two domains seem quite disparate but by juxtaposing the challenges of one with the understandings of the other, I am moving back and forth between my vision of proactive and engaged people and a targeted population, in terms of specific skills and activities.

Past Funded Projects

  • CHANGE - Exploring the feasibility of using ubiquitous technologies to engender change in people's everyday habits
  • OTIH - Out there and in here - Exploring how new technologies can support distributed, synchronous collaborations between students in the field and others based in a stationary location
  • ShareIT - a theoretical and empirical investigation of co-located collaboration for shareable interfaces
  • PRIMMA - An investigation into privacy issues surrounding location-based services, mobile devices, tracking and monitoring devices.
  • MusicJacket  - A multi-modal real-time feedback system for augmenting learning to play musical inatruments
  • The Question - An immersive theatre project that explores haptic technology in relation to navigation, perception and knowledge
  • E-sense - Investigating the extended mind theory through designing novel technologies
  • Lillypad - designing mobile learning technologies for supporting indoors and outdoors collaborative learning
  • Co-space - enhancing collaboration and interaction with digital information and physical artifacts
  • Dynamo - promoting access to and sharing of information in public spaces across heterogeneous display devices
  • Equator - exploring the relationship between the physical and the digital
  • Espace - designing novel interactional workspaces
  • In-Touch - developing new forms of connectivity and broadband services for social groups, e.g. networks of friends, family and others
  • E-science - exploring how we can help people understand complex dynamic systems, from an Antarctic lake to a polluted city
  • COTCOS - theories and methodolgies for analysing cooperative technologies
  • PUPPET - a virtual theatre for children to be creative and reflective
  • ECOi - multimedia learning environment for teaching ecology

Pdfs of my publications can be found both here or here.

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Number of items: 234.

2013

Clear, AK; Hazas, M; Friday, A; Ganglbauer, E; Comber, R; Rogers, Y; (2013) Green food technology: Ubicomp opportunities for reducing the environmental impacts of food. UbiComp 2013 Adjunct - Adjunct Publication of the 2013 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing 553 - 557. 10.1145/2494091.2497316.

Crabtree, A; Chamberlain, A; Grinter, RE; Jones, M; Rodden, T; Rogers, Y; (2013) Introduction to the special issue of “The Turn to The Wild”. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) , 20 (3)

Eslambolchilar, P; Rogers, Y; (2013) Theme issue on persuasion, influence, nudge, or coercion (PINC). PERSONAL AND UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING , 17 (6) 1171 - 1172. 10.1007/s00779-012-0584-4.

Eslambolchilar, P; Rogers, Y; (2013) Theme issue on persuasion, influence, nudge, or coercion (PINC). Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , 17 (6) 1171 - 1172. 10.1007/s00779-012-0584-4.

Hosio, S; Goncalves, J; Kostakos, V; Cheverst, K; Rogers, Y; (2013) Human interfaces for civic and urban engagement: HiCUE '13. UbiComp 2013 Adjunct - Adjunct Publication of the 2013 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing 713 - 719. 10.1145/2494091.2495993.

Johnson, R; Bianchi-Berthouze, N; Rogers, Y; Van Der Linden, J; (2013) Embracing calibration in body sensing: Using self- tweaking to enhance ownership and performance. In: UbiComp 2013 - Proceedings of the 2013 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing. (pp. 811 - 820).

Kalnikaite, V; Bird, J; Rogers, Y; (2013) Decision-making in the aisles: informing, overwhelming or nudging supermarket shoppers? PERSONAL AND UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING , 17 (6) 1247 - 1259. 10.1007/s00779-012-0589-z.

Kalnikaite, V; Bird, J; Rogers, Y; (2013) Decision-making in the aisles: Informing, overwhelming or nudging supermarket shoppers? Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , 17 (6) 1247 - 1259. 10.1007/s00779-012-0589-z.

Kreitmayer, S; Laney, R; Peake, S; Rogers, Y; (2013) Sharing bubbles: Reflections on offline multi-surface scenarios. UbiComp 2013 Adjunct - Adjunct Publication of the 2013 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing 1405 - 1408. 10.1145/2494091.2500248.

Kreitmayer, S; Laney, R; Peake, S; Rogers, Y; (2013) UniPad: Orchestrating collaborative activities through shared tablets and an integrated wall display. UbiComp 2013 - Proceedings of the 2013 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing 801 - 810. 10.1145/2493432.2493506.

Marshall, P; Antle, A; Van Den Hoven, E; Rogers, Y; (2013) Introduction to the Special Issue on the Theory and Practice of Embodied Interaction in HCI and Interaction Design. ACM TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER-HUMAN INTERACTION , 20 (1) , Article ARTN 1. 10.1145/2442106.2442107.

Obrist, M; Wright, PC; Kuutti, K; Höök, K; Rogers, Y; Pyla, PS; Frechin, J-L; (2013) Theory and practice in UX research: uneasy bedfellows? In: (Proceedings) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 2433 - 2438). ACM

Rogers, Y; Marsden, G; (2013) Does he take sugar? Moving beyond the rhetoric of compassion. Interactions , 20 (4) 48 - 57. 10.1145/2486227.2486238.

Rogers, Y; Yuill, N; Marshall, P; (2013) Contrasting lab-based and in-the-wild studies for evaluating multi-user technologies. In: Price, S and Jewitt, C and Brown, B, (eds.) SAGE Handbook of Technology Research.

Toscos, T; Connelly, K; Rogers, Y; (2013) Designing for positive health affect: Decoupling negative emotion and health monitoring technologies. In: Proceedings of the 2013 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare and Workshops, PervasiveHealth 2013. (pp. 153 - 160).

Van Der Linden, J; Adams, A; Collins, T; Rogers, Y; Coughlan, T; Wilson, C; ... Martín, E; + view all (2013) Evocative computing - Creating meaningful lasting experiences in connecting with the past. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) , 8117 LNCS (PART 1) 529 - 546. 10.1007/978-3-642-40483-2_38.

van der Linden, J; Rogers, Y; Coughlan, T; Adams, A; Wilson, C; Haya, P; ... Collins, T; + view all (2013) Evocative computing–creating meaningful lasting experiences in connecting with the past. In: Proceedings of Interact'13.

Yuill, N; Rogers, Y; Rick, J; (2013) Pass the iPad: Collaborative creating and sharing in family groups. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings 941 - 950.

2012

Bachour, K; Bird, J; Kalnikaité, V; Rogers, Y; Villar, N; Kreitmayer, S; (2012) Fast and frugal shopping challenge. In: Konstan, JA and Chi, EH and Höök, K, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 1459 - 1460). ACM

Chamberlain, A; Crabtree, A; Rodden, T; Jones, M; Rogers, Y; (2012) Research in the wild: Understanding 'in the wild' approaches to design and development. In: Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference, DIS '12. (pp. 795 - 796).

Comber, R; Ganglbauer, E; Choi, JH-J; Hoonhout, J; Rogers, Y; O'Hara, K; Maitland, J; (2012) Food and interaction design: Designing for food in everyday life. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings 2767 - 2770. 10.1145/2212776.2212716.

Coughlan, T; Collins, TD; Adams, A; Rogers, Y; Haya, PA; Martin, E; (2012) The conceptual framing, design and evaluation of device ecologies for collaborative activities. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN-COMPUTER STUDIES , 70 (10) 765 - 779. 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2012.05.008.

Coughlan, T; Collins, TD; Adams, A; Rogers, Y; Haya, PA; Martn, E; (2012) The conceptual framing, design and evaluation of device ecologies for collaborative activities. International Journal of Human Computer Studies , 70 (10) 765 - 779. 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2012.05.008.

Johnson, R; Rogers, Y; Bianchi-Berthouze, N; Van Der Linden, J; (2012) Being in the thick of in-the-wild studies: The challenges and insights of researcher participation. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 1135 - 1144).

Kreitmayer, S; Laney, R; Peake, S; Rogers, Y; (2012) From participatory to Contributory Simulations: Changing the game in the classroom. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 49 - 58).

Linden, JVD; Braun, T; Rogers, Y; Oshodi, M; Spiers, A; McGoran, D; ... O'Dowd, P; + view all (2012) Haptic lotus: a theatre experience for blind and sighted audiences. In: Konstan, JA and Chi, EH and Höök, K, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 1471 - 1472). ACM

Rogers, Y; (2012) HCI Theory: Classical, Modern, and Contemporary. Synthesis Lectures on Human-Centered Informatics. Morgan & Claypool Publishers

Rogers, Y; Sharp, H; Preece, J; (2012) Interaction Design - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction, 3rd Edition. Wiley

Schöning, J; Rogers, Y; Bird, J; Capra, L; McCann, JA; Prendergast, D; Sheridan, C; (2012) Intel Collaborative Research Institute - Sustainable Connected Cities. In: Paternò, F and Ruyter, BERD and Markopoulos, P and Santoro, C and Loenen, EV and Luyten, K, (eds.) AmI. (pp. 364 - 372). Springer

Schoening, J; Rogers, Y; Krueger, A; (2012) Digitally Enhanced Food. IEEE PERVASIVE COMPUTING , 11 (3) 4 - 6.

Toscos, T; Connelly, K; Rogers, Y; (2012) Best intentions: Health monitoring technology and children. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 1431 - 1440).

van der Linden, J; Waights, V; Rogers, Y; Taylor, C; (2012) A blended design approach for pervasive healthcare: Bringing together users, experts and technology. HEALTH INFORMATICS JOURNAL , 18 (3) 212 - 218. 10.1177/1460458212442934.

Yuill, N; Rogers, Y; (2012) Mechanisms for Collaboration: A Design and Evaluation Framework for Multi-User Interfaces. ACM TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER-HUMAN INTERACTION , 19 (1) , Article ARTN 1. 10.1145/2147783.2147784.

2011

(2011) UbiComp 2011: Ubiquitous Computing, 13th International Conference, UbiComp 2011, Beijing, China, September 17-21, 2011, Proceedings. In: Landay, JA and Shi, Y and Patterson, DJ and Rogers, Y and Xie, X, (eds.) UbiComp. ACM

Adams, A; Coughlan, T; Lea, J; Rogers, Y; Davies, S-J; Collins, TD; (2011) Designing interconnected distributed resources for collaborative inquiry based science education. In: Newton, G and Wright, MJ and Cassel, LN, (eds.) JCDL. (pp. 395 - 396). ACM

Clark, H; Kirsh, D; Goldin-Meadow, S; Rogers, Y; (2011) Interactivity and Thought. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of Cognitive Science Conference’11.. (pp. 290 - 291).

Coughlan, T; Adams, A; Collins, TD; Davies, S-J; Lea, J; Rogers, Y; (2011) Working with 'mission control' in scientific fieldwork: supporting interactions between in situ and distanced collaborators. In: Hinds, PJ and Tang, JC and Wang, J and Bardram, JE and Ducheneaut, N, (eds.) CSCW. (pp. 617 - 620). ACM

Coughlan, T; Adams, A; Rogers, Y; Davies, S-J; (2011) Enabling live dialogic and collaborative learning between field and indoor contexts. In: Little, L and Coventry, LM, (eds.) BCS HCI. (pp. 88 - 98). ACM

Druin, A; Knell, G; Soloway, E; Russell, DM; Mynatt, ED; Rogers, Y; (2011) The future of child-computer interaction. In: Tan, DS and Amershi, S and Begole, B and Kellogg, WA and Tungare, M, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 693 - 696). ACM

Johnson, R; O'Hara, K; Sellen, A; Cousins, C; Criminisi, C; (2011) Exploring the Potential for Touchless Interaction in Image-Guided Interventional Radiology. In: 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM CHI 2011. (pp. 3323 - 3332). ACM Press

Johnson, RMG; Linden, JVD; Rogers, Y; (2011) Real-time feedback for learning the violin. In: Little, L and Coventry, LM, (eds.) BCS HCI. (pp. 535 - 538). ACM

Kalnikaité, V; Rogers, Y; Bird, J; Villar, N; Bachour, K; Payne, SJ; ... Kreitmayer, S; + view all (2011) How to nudge in Situ: designing lambent devices to deliver salient information in supermarkets. In: Landay, JA and Shi, Y and Patterson, DJ and Rogers, Y and Xie, X, (eds.) Ubicomp. (pp. 11 - 20). ACM

Linden, JVD; Rogers, Y; Oshodi, M; Spiers, A; McGoran, D; Cronin, R; O'Dowd, P; (2011) Haptic reassurance in the pitch black for an immersive theatre experience. In: Landay, JA and Shi, Y and Patterson, DJ and Rogers, Y and Xie, X, (eds.) Ubicomp. (pp. 143 - 152). ACM

Linden, JVD; Rogers, Y; Taylor, C; Dalgleish, M; (2011) Technology inspired design for pervasive healthcare. In: PervasiveHealth. (pp. 609 - 613). IEEE

Mancini, C; Rogers, Y; Thomas, K; Joinson, NA; Price, BA; Bandaram, AK; ... Nuseibeh, B; + view all (2011) In the Best Families: Tracking and Relationships. In: 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM CHI 2011. (pp. 2419 - 2428). ACM Press

Marshall, P; Morris, R; Rogers, Y; Kreitmayer, S; Davies, M; (2011) Rethinking 'multi-user': an in-the-wild study of how groups approach a walk-up-and-use tabletop interface. In: (Proceedings) ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011). (pp. 3033 - 3042). ACM

Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Pantidi, N; (2011) Using F-formations to analyse spatial patterns of interaction in physical environments. In: (Proceedings) Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011). (pp. 445 - 454). ACM

Mathew, A; Rogers, Y; Lloyd, P; (2011) Post-it note art: evaluating public creativity at a user generated art installation. In: Goel, AK and Harrell, DF and Magerko, B and Nagai, Y and Prophet, J, (eds.) Creativity & Cognition. (pp. 61 - 70). ACM

Otero, N; Milrad, M; Rogers, Y; Santos, AJ; Veríssimo, M; Torres, N; (2011) Challenges in designing seamless-learning scenarios: affective and emotional effects on external representations. International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation. , 5 (1) 15 - 27.

Rogers, Y; (2011) Interaction design gone wild: striving for wild theory. Interactions , 18 , Article 4. 10.1145/1978822.1978834.

Rogers, Y; Sharp, H; Preece, J; (2011) Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. (3rd ed.). John Wiley

Todd, PM; Rogers, Y; Payne, SJ; (2011) Nudging the Trolley in the Supermarket: How to Deliver the Right Information to Shoppers. IJMHCI , 3 , Article 2. 10.4018/jmhci.2011040102.

Toscos, T; Connelly, K; Rogers, Y; (2011) "What's your number?": A survey of how parents and teens cope with diabetes in the context of technology support. In: PervasiveHealth. (pp. 210 - 213). IEEE

Tse, E; Schöning, J; Huber, J; Marentette, L; Beckwith, R; Rogers, Y; Mühlhäuser, M; (2011) Child computer interaction: workshop on UI technologies and educational pedagogy. In: Tan, DS and Amershi, S and Begole, B and Kellogg, WA and Tungare, M, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 2445 - 2448). ACM

Van Der Linden, J; Bird, J; Johnson, R; Schoonderwaldt, E; (2011) MusicJacket - Combining motion capture and vibrotactile feedback to teach violin bowing. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement , 60 (1) 104 - 113. 10.1109/TIM.2010.2065770.

van der Linden, J; Johnson, R; Bird, J; Rogers, Y; Schoonderwaldt, E; (2011) Buzzing to Play: Lessons learned from an in the wild study of real-time vibrotactile feedback. In: 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM CHI 2011. (pp. 533 - 542). ACM Press

2010

Coughlan, T; Adams, A; Rogers, Y; (2010) Designing for balance: Out There and In Here. In: McEwan, T and McKinnon, L, (eds.) BCS HCI. (pp. 468 - 473). ACM

Dalton, NS; Conroy Dalton, R; (2010) Solutions for visibility-accessibility and signage problems via layered-graphs. The Journal of Space Syntax. , 1 (1) 164 - 176.

Dalton, NS; Marshall, P; Conroy Dalton, R; (2010) Measuring environments for public displays: a Space Syntax approach. In: Extended Abstracts of CHI 2010 (Work in Progress paper). (pp. 3841 - 3846).

Hazlewood, W; Dalton, NS; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Hertrich, S; (2010) Bricolage and consultation: a case study to inform the development of large-scale prototypes for HCI research. In: (Proceedings) Designing Interactive Systems (DIS ’10). (pp. 380 - 389). ACM

Hazlewood, WR; Dalton, NS; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Hertrich, S; (2010) Bricolage and consultation: addressing new design challenges when building large-scale installations. In: Bertelsen, OW and Krogh, PG and Halskov, K and Petersen, MG, (eds.) Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. (pp. 380 - 389). ACM

Johnson, R; van der Linden, J; Rogers, Y; (2010) To buzz or not to buzz: Improving awareness of posture through vibrotactile feedback. Whole Body Interaction Workshop at CHI 2010.

Johnson, RMG; Van Der Linden, J; Rogers, Y; (2010) MusicJacket: The efficacy of real-time vibrotactile feedback for learning to play the violin. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings 3475 - 3480. 10.1145/1753846.1754004.

Mancini, C; Rogers, Y; Bandara, AK; Coe, T; Jedrzejczyk, L; Joinson, AN; ... Nuseibeh, B; + view all (2010) ContraVision: Exploring Users' Reactions to Futuristic Technology. In: Proceedings of CHI 2010. (pp. 153 - 162).

Price, BA; Mancini, C; Rogers, Y; Bandara, AK; Coe, T; Joinson, AN; ... Nuseibeh, B; + view all (2010) ContraVision: presenting contrasting visions of future technology. In: Mynatt, ED and Schoner, D and Fitzpatrick, G and Hudson, SE and Edwards, WK and Rodden, T, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 4759 - 4764). ACM

Rick, J; Francois, P; Fields, B; Fleck, R; Yuill, N; Carr, A; (2010) Lo-Fi prototyping to design interactive-tabletop applications for children. In: Proceedings of IDC2010: The 9th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. (pp. 138 - 146).

Rogers, Y; Connelly, K; Hazlewood, W; Tedesco, W; (2010) Enhancing learning: a study of how mobile devices can facilitate sensemaking. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. , 14 (2) 111 - 124.

Rogers, Y; Hazlewood, W; Marshall, P; Dalton, NS; Hertrich, S; (2010) Ambient influence: can twinkly lights lure and abstract representations trigger behavioral change? In: (Proceedings) Ubicomp 2010. (pp. 261 - 270). ACM

Rogers, Y; Rick, J; (2010) Performance optimizations of virtual keyboards for stroke-based text entry on a touch-based tabletop. Proceedings of UIST 2010.

Tse, E; Schöning, J; Rogers, Y; Shen, C; Morrison, G; (2010) Next generation of HCI and education: workshop on UI technologies and educational pedagogy. In: Mynatt, ED and Schoner, D and Fitzpatrick, G and Hudson, SE and Edwards, WK and Rodden, T, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 4509 - 4512). ACM

2009

Rick, J; Rogers, Y; Haig, C; Yuill, N; (2009) Learning by Doing with Shareable Interfaces. Children, Youth & Environments , 19 (1) 321 - 342.

Pantidi, N; Rogers, Y; Robinson, H; (2009) Is the Writing on the Wall for Tabletops? In: Proceedings of Interact 2009. (pp. 125 - 137).

Mancini, C; Thomas, K; Rogers, Y; Price, BA; Jedrzejczyk, L; Bandara, AK; ... Nuseibeh, B; + view all (2009) From spaces to places: emerging contexts in mobile privacy. In: Proceedings of the 11th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp '09). (pp. 1 - 10). : New York.

Bird, J; Marshall, P; (2009) What have artists ever done for UbiComp? In: Ubiquitous Computing at a Crossroads: Art, Science, Politics and Design.

Bird, J; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; (2009) Low-Fi Skin Vision: a case study in rapid prototyping a sensory substitution system. In: (Proceedings) British HCI Group Annual Conference on People and Computers (BCS HCI, 2009). (pp. 55 - 64).

Druin, A; Cavallo, D; Fabian, C; Bederson, BB; Revelle, G; Rogers, Y; Gray, J; (2009) Mobile technologies for the world's children. In: Jr, DRO and Arthur, RB and Hinckley, K and Morris, MR and Hudson, SE and Greenberg, S, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 3297 - 3300). ACM

Fleck, R; Rogers, Y; Yuill, N; Marshall, P; Carr, A; Rick, J; Bonnett, V; (2009) Actions speak loudly with words: unpacking collaboration around the table. In: (Proceedings) Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS ’09). (pp. 189 - 196).

Harris, A; Rick, J; Bonnett, V; Yuill, N; Fleck, R; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; (2009) Around the table: are multiple-touch surfaces better than single-touch for children’s collaborative interactions? In: (Proceedings) Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2009). (pp. 335 - 344).

Holland, S; Marshall, P; Bird, J; Dalton, SN; Morris, R; Pantidi, N; ... Clark, A; + view all (2009) Running up Blueberry Hill: prototyping whole body interaction in Harmony Space. In: (Proceedings) Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI ’09). (pp. 93 - 98). ACM

Kern, D; Marshall, P; Hornecker, E; Rogers, Y; Schmidt, A; (2009) Enhancing navigation information with tactile output embedded into the steering wheel. In: (Proceedings) Pervasive Computing 2009. (pp. 42 - 58). IEEE

Marshall, P; Fleck, R; Harris, A; Rick, J; Hornecker, E; Rogers, Y; ... Dalton, NS; + view all (2009) Fighting for control: children's embodied interactions when using physical and digital representations. In: (Proceedings) ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). (pp. 2149 - 2152). ACM

Rick, J; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Harris, A; Fleck, R; Yuill, N; (2009) Children designing together on a multi-touch tabletop: An analysis of spatial orientation and user interactions. In: Proceedings of IDC 2009 - The 8th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. (pp. 105 - 114).

Rogers, Y; (2009) The Changing Face of Human-Computer Interaction in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing. In: Holzinger, A and Miesenberger, K, (eds.) USAB. (pp. 1 - 19). Springer

Rogers, Y; Holland, S; Marshall, P; Bird, J; (2009) Prototyping Whole Body Navigation of Harmony Space. In: (Proceedings) Workshop on Whole Body Interaction, CHI 2009.

Rogers, Y; Lim, Y; Hazlewood, W; Marshall, P; (2009) Equal opportunities: do shareable interfaces promote more group participation than single user displays? Human-Computer Interaction , 24 (2) 79 - 116. 10.1080/07370020902739379.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; (2009) How mobile technologies are changing the way children learn. In: Druin, A, (ed.) Mobile Technology for Children. (3 - 22). Elsevier

Sellen, A; Rogers, Y; Harper, RHR; Rodden, T; (2009) Reflecting human values in the digital age. Commun. ACM , 52 , Article 3. 10.1145/1467247.1467265.

Thomas, K; Mancini, C; Jedrzejczyk, L; Bandara, AK; Joinson, AN; Price, BA; ... Nuseibeh, B; + view all (2009) Studying location privacy in mobile applications: 'predator vs. prey' probes. In: Cranor, LF, (ed.) SOUPS. ACM

van der Linden, J; Schoonderwaldt, E; Bird, J; (2009) Good Vibrations: Guiding Body Movements with Vibrotactile Feedback. In: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Physicality. (pp. 13 - 18).

2008

Bird, J; Holland, S; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Clark, A; (2008) Feel the Force: Using Tactile Technologies to Investigate the Extended Mind. In: Devices that Alter Perception Workshop (DAP08). (pp. 1 - 4).

Eichhorn, E; Wettach, R; Hornecker, E; (2008) A stroking device for spatially separated couples. MobileHCI 2008

Harper, R; Rodden, T; Rogers, Y; Sellen, A; (2008) Being Human: HCI in the Year 2020.

Hornecker, E; (2008) "I don't understand it either, but it is cool": Visitor Interactions with a Multi-Touch Table in a Museum. In: IEEE Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces (Tabletop 08). (pp. 121 - 128).

Hornecker, E; Jacob, RJK; Hummels, C; Ullmer, B; Schmidt, A; van den Hoven, E; Mazalek, A; (2008) TEI goes on: Tangible and Embedded Interaction. IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine/ Journal April-June , 7 (2) 91 - 95.

Hornecker, E; Marshall, P; Dalton, N; Rogers, Y; (2008) Collaboration and interference: awareness with mice or touch input. In: (Proceedings) Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 08). (pp. 167 - 176). ACM

Lim, Y-K; Rogers, Y; (2008) A Framework and an Environment for Collaborative Analysis of User Experience. Int. J. Hum. Comput. Interaction , 24 , Article 6. 10.1080/10447310801971204.

Marshall, P; Hornecker, E; Morris, R; Dalton, N; Rogers, Y; (2008) When the fingers do the talking: a study of group participation with varying constraints to a tabletop interface. In: (Proceedings) IEEE Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces (Tabletop ‘08). (pp. 37 - 44). IEEE

Marshall, P; Hornecker, E; Morris, R; Dalton, NS; Rogers, Y; (2008) When the fingers do the talking: A study of group participation with varying constraints to a tabletop interface. In: Tabletop. (pp. 33 - 40). IEEE

Meho, LI; Rogers, Y; (2008) Citation counting, citation ranking, and h-index of human-computer interaction researchers: A comparison of Scopus and Web of Science. JASIST , 59 , Article 11. 10.1002/asi.20874.

Morris, R; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; (2008) Analysing Fluid Interaction across Multiple Displays. In: Workshop on designing multi-touch interaction techniques for coupled public and private displays (PPD 08) at AVI 2008.

Pantidi, N; Robinson, H; Rogers, Y; (2008) Can technology-rich spaces support multiple uses? In: England, D, (ed.) BCS HCI (2). (pp. 135 - 138). BCS

Rick, J; Rogers, Y; (2008) From DigiQuilt to DigiTile: Adapting Educational Technology to a Multi-Touch Table. In: IEEE Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces (Tabletop 08). (pp. 79 - 86).

Rick, J; Rogers, Y; (2008) From DigiQuilt to DigiTile: Adapting educational technology to a multi-touch table. In: Tabletop. (pp. 73 - 80). IEEE

Rogers, Y; (2008) 57 Varieties of Activity Theory. Interacting with Computers , 20 , Article 2. 10.1016/j.intcom.2007.07.004.

Rogers, Y; (2008) A comparison of how animation has been used to support formal, informal and playful learning. Learning with Animation 286 - 303.

Rogers, Y; (2008) Beyond comprehension: Using animations to foster interpretation and reflection. In: Lowe, R and Schnotz, W, (eds.) Learning with Animation. (286 - 304). CUP: Cambridge.

Rogers, Y; (2008) Using External Visualizations to Extend and Integrate Learning in Mobile and Classroom Settings. In: Gilbert, J, (ed.) Visualization: and practice in science education. (89 - 102). CUP

Rogers, Y; (2008) When the External Entered HCI: Designing Effective Representations. In: Erickson, T and McDonald, D, (eds.) HCI Remixed. (275 - 280). MIT Press

Rogers, Y; Price, S; (2008) The Role of Mobile Devices in Facilitating Collaborative Inquiry in situ. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning , 3 , Article 3. 10.1142/S1793206808000525.

Werner, J; Wettach, R; Hornecker, E; (2008) United-pulse: Feeling your partner's pulse. In: (Proceedings) MobileHCI 2008. ACM

2007

Dünser, A; Hornecker, E; (2007) Lessons from an AR Book study. In: TEI'07 (Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2007). (pp. 179 - 182). ACM

Hornecker, E; (2007) Physical Affordances considered Harmful? In: (Proceedings) 2nd International Workshop on Physicality 2007.

Hornecker, E; Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; (2007) From entry to access: how shareability comes about. In: Koskinen, I and Keinonen, T, (eds.) DPPI. (pp. 328 - 342). ACM

Olsen, A; Rogers, Y; Sharp, H; (2007) The Snap Method. In: (Proceedings) Beyond Current User Research: Designing Methods for New Users, Technologies, and Design Processes, CHI'07.

Rogers, Y; (2007) Do tangible interfaces enhance learning? In: Tangible and Embedded interaction (TEI'07).

Rogers, Y; (2007) Reflections on the EPSRC-funded Equator Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC)2001-2006. Interfaces , 69 8 - 10.

Rogers, Y; Connelly, K; Tedesco, L; Hazlewood, WR; Kurtz, A; Hall, RE; ... Toscos, T; + view all (2007) Why It's Worth the Hassle: The Value of In-Situ Studies When Designing Ubicomp. In: Krumm, J and Abowd, GD and Seneviratne, A and Strang, T, (eds.) Ubicomp. (pp. 336 - 353). Springer

Rogers, Y; Dünser, A; Hornecker, E; (2007) An Observational Study of Children Interacting with an Augmented Story Book. In: (Proceedings) Edutainment 2007. (pp. 305 - 315). Springer

Rogers, Y; Marshall, P; Hornecker, E; (2007) Are Tangible Interfaces Really Any Better Than Other Kinds of Interfaces? In: (Proceedings) Tangible Interfaces in Context and Theory, CHI'07.

2006

Church, T; Hazelwood, W; (2006) Around the Table: Studies in Co-located Collaboration. In: 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing. Austrian Computer Society (OCG: Vienna.

Church, T; Hazlewood, W; Rogers, Y; (2006) Around the Table: Studies in Co-located Collaboration. In: Adjunct Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing.

Connelly, KH; Faber, AM; Rogers, Y; Siek, KA; Toscos, T; (2006) Mobile applications that empower people to monitor their personal health. Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik , 123 , Article 4. 10.1007/s00502-006-0326.

Rogers, Y; (2006) An Introduction to Distributed Cognition and Communication. In: Brown, K, (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. (181 - 202). Elsevier.: Oxford.

Rogers, Y; (2006) Distributed Cognition and Communication. In: Brown, K, (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition. (181 - 202). Elsevier: Oxford.

Rogers, Y; (2006) Moving on from Weiser's Vision of Calm Computing: Engaging UbiComp Experiences. In: Dourish, P and Friday, A, (eds.) Ubicomp. (pp. 404 - 421). Springer

Rogers, Y; Lim, Y; Hazlewood, W; (2006) Extending Tabletops to Support Flexible Collaborative Interactions. In: Tabletop 2006, IEEE. (pp. 71 - 78).

Rogers, Y; Muller, HL; (2006) A framework for designing sensor-based interactions to promote exploration and reflection in play. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies , 64 , Article 1. 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2005.05.004.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; (2006) Using Ubiquitous Computing to Extend and Enhance Learning Experiences. In: van t'Hooft, M and Swan, K, (eds.) Ubiquitous Computing in Education: Invisible Technology, Visible Impact. (329 - 348). LEA

Siek, K; Connelly, K; Rogers, Y; Rohwer, P; Lambert, D; Welch, JL; (2006) When Do We Eat? An Evaluation of Food Items Input into an Electronic Monitoring Application. In: First International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Health).

Siek, KA; Connelly, KH; Rogers, Y; (2006) Pride and prejudice: learning how chronically ill people think about food. In: Grinter, RE and Rodden, T and Aoki, PM and Cutrell, E and Jeffries, R and Olson, GM, (eds.) CHI. (pp. 947 - 950). ACM

Zuckerman, O; Ullmer, B; Holmquist, LE; Ishii, H; Fitzmaurice, GW; Rogers, Y; ... Rodden, T; + view all (2006) The state of tangible interfaces: projects, studies, and open issues. In: Olson, GM and Jeffries, R, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 61 - 64). ACM

2005

Connelly, KH; Siek, K; Rogers, Y; Jones, J; Kraus, M; Perkins, S; ... Welch, J; + view all (2005) Designing a PDA Interface for Dialysis Patients to Monitor Diet in their Everyday Life. In: Proceedings of HCI International 2005.

Izadi, S; Rogers, Y; Brignull, H; Rodden, T; Fitzpatrick, G; Lindley, S; (2005) The iterative design and study of a large display for shared and sociable spaces. In: Proc. Designing for User experience (DUX'05).

Otero, N; Rogers, Y; Boulay, BD; (2005) Learning Interaction Patterns Using Diagrams Varying in Level and Type of Interactivity. In: AAAI Spring Symposium: Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance. (pp. 24 - 29). AAAI

Rogers, Y; (2005) Book Review: Computer-Supported Collaboration with Applications to Software Development, Fadi P. Deek and James A. M. McHugh, The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, 2003, 264 pp, ISBN 1-4020-7385-2. Computer Supported Cooperative Work , 14 , Article 3. 10.1007/s10606-005-1905-1.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; (2005) Extending and augmenting scientific enquiry through pervasive learning environments. Children, Youth and Environments , 14 (2) 67 - 83.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; Randell, C; Fraser, DS; Weal, MJ; Fitzpatrick, G; (2005) Ubi-learning integrates indoor and outdoor experiences. Commun. ACM , 48 , Article 1. 10.1145/1039539.1039570.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; Randell, C; Stanton-Fraser, D; Weal, M; Fitzpatrick, G; (2005) Ubi-learning: Integrating outdoor and indoor learning experiences. CACM , 48 (1) 55 - 59.

Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Rizzo, A; (2005) Interdisciplinarity: an Emergent or Engineered Process? (Derry, S ; Schunn, CD ; Gernsbacher, MA, Trans.). Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Emerging Cognitive Science. 265 - 286.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; (2005) External cognition, innovative technologies, and effective learning. In: (Proceedings) Cognition, Education and Communication Technology. (pp. 181 - 202).

Siek, KA; Rogers, Y; Connelly, KH; (2005) Fat Finger Worries: How Older and Younger Users Physically Interact with PDAs. In: Costabile, MF and Paternò, F, (eds.) INTERACT. (pp. 267 - 280). Springer

2004

Brignull, H; Izadi, S; Fitzpatrick, G; Rogers, Y; Rodden, T; (2004) The introduction of a shared interactive surface into a communal space. In: Herbsleb, JD and Olson, GM, (eds.) CSCW. (pp. 49 - 58). ACM

Halloran, J; Fitzpatrick, G; Rogers, Y; Marshall, P; (2004) Does it matter if you don't know who's talking? Multiplayer gaming with Voiceover IP. In: (Proceedings) ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2004). (pp. 1215 - 1218).

Harris, E; Fitzpatrick, G; Rogers, Y; Price, S; Phelps, T; Randell, C; (2004) From Snark to Park: Lessons Learnt Moving Pervasive Experiences From Indoors to Outdoors. In: Cockburn, A, (ed.) AUIC. (pp. 39 - 48). Australian Computer Society

Marshall, P; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (2004) PUPPET: Playing and learning in a virtual world. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning , 14 (6) 519 - 531.

Price, S; Rogers, Y; (2004) Let's get physical: the learning benefits of interacting in digitally augmented physical spaces. Journal of Computers and Education. , 15 169 - 185.

Price, S; Rogers, Y; (2004) Let's get physical: The learning benefits of interacting in digitally augmented physical spaces. Computers & Education , 43 , Article 1-2. 10.1016/j.compedu.2003.12.009.

Randell, C; Price, S; Rogers, Y; Harris, E; Fitzpatrick, G; (2004) The Ambient Horn: designing a novel audio-based learning experience. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , 8 144 - 161.

Randell, C; Price, S; Rogers, Y; Harris, E; Fitzpatrick, G; (2004) The Ambient Horn: designing a novel audio-based learning experience. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , 8 , Article 3-4. 10.1007/s00779-004-0275-x.

Rogers, Y; (2004) New theoretical approaches for human-computer interaction. ARIST , 38 , Article 1. 10.1002/aris.1440380103.

Rogers, Y; Hazlewood, WR; Blevis, E; Lim, Y-K; (2004) Finger talk: collaborative decision-making using talk and fingertip interaction around a tabletop display. In: Dykstra-Erickson, E and Tscheligi, M, (eds.) CHI Extended Abstracts. (pp. 1271 - 1274). ACM

Rogers, Y; Lindley, S; (2004) Collaborating around vertical and horizontal displays: which way is best? Interacting With Computers , 16 1133 - 1152.

Rogers, Y; Lindley, SE; (2004) Collaborating around vertical and horizontal large interactive displays: which way is best? Interacting with Computers , 16 , Article 6. 10.1016/j.intcom.2004.07.008.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; (2004) New forms of technology-mediated learning. A Learning Zone of One's Own 171 - 192.

Rogers, Y; Price, S; Fitzpatrick, G; Fleck, R; Harris, E; Smith, H; ... Weal, M; + view all (2004) Ambient Wood: Designing new forms of digital augmentation for learning outdoors. In: Proc. Interaction Design and Children. (pp. 3 - 10).

Smith, H; Fitzpatrick, G; Rogers, Y; (2004) Eliciting reactive and reflective feedback for a social communication tool: a multi-session approach. In: Benyon, D and Moody, P and Gruen, D and McAra-McWilliam, I, (eds.) Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. (pp. 39 - 48). ACM

2003

Brignull, H; Rogers, Y; (2003) Enticing People to Interact with Large Public Displays in Public Spaces. In: Rauterberg, M and Menozzi, M and Wesson, J, (eds.) INTERACT. IOS Press

Halloran, J; Rogers, Y; Fitzpatrick, G; (2003) From text to talk: multiplayer games and voiceover IP. In: DIGRA Conf.

Halloran, J; Rogers, Y; Rodden, T; Taylor, I; (2003) Creating New User Experiences to Enhance Collaboration. In: Rauterberg, M and Menozzi, M and Wesson, J, (eds.) INTERACT. IOS Press

Izadi, S; Brignull, H; Rodden, T; Rogers, Y; Underwood, M; (2003) Dynamo: a public interactive surface supporting the cooperative sharing and exchange of media. In: UIST. (pp. 159 - 168). ACM

Marshall, P; Price, S; Rogers, Y; (2003) Conceptualising tangibles to support learning. In: Proc. of Interaction Design and Children. (pp. 101 - 110). ACM Press

Price, S; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Stanton, D; Neale, H; (2003) Using 'tangibles' to promote novel forms of playful learning. Interacting with Computers , 15 , Article 2. 10.1016/S0953-5438(03)00006-7.

Price, S; Rogers, Y; Stanton, D; Smith, H; (2003) A new conceptual framework for CSCL: Supporting diverse forms of reflection through multiple interactions. In: Proc. International Conference on CSCL'03. (pp. 513 - 522). Kluwer Academic Publishers

Randell, C; Phelps, T; Rogers, Y; (2003) Ambient Wood: Demonstration of a digitally enhanced field trip for school children. In: (Proceedings) Adjunct Proc. UbiComp 2003. (pp. 100 - 104).

Rodden, T; Rogers, Y; Halloran, J; Taylor, I; (2003) Designing novel interactional workspaces to support face to face consultations. In: Cockton, G and Korhonen, P, (eds.) CHI. (pp. 57 - 64). ACM

Rogers, Y; Brignull, H; (2003) Computational offloading: Supporting distributed team working through visually augmenting verbal communication. In: Proc. of Cognitive Science Society Conference.

Rogers, Y; Rodden, T; (2003) Configuring spaces and surfaces to support collaborative interactions. Public and Situated Displays 45 - 79.

Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Aldrich, F; Price, S; (2003) Improving children's understanding of formalisms through interacting with multimedia. (CSRP Technical Report 559 ). University of Sussex

Smith, H; Rogers, Y; Brady, M; (2003) Managing one's Social Network: Does Age Make a Difference? In: Rauterberg, M and Menozzi, M and Wesson, J, (eds.) INTERACT. IOS Press

Smith, H; Rogers, Y; Underwood, M; (2003) Managing personal and work email in the same box: Overcoming the tensions through new metaphors. In: Proceedings of HOIT 2003.

Wilde, D; Harris, E; Rogers, Y; Randell, C; (2003) The Periscope: supporting a computer enhanced field trip for children. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , 7 , Article 3-4. 10.1007/s00779-003-0230-2.

2002

Gabrielli, S; Harris, E; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Smith, H; (2002) A Conceptual Framework for Mixed Reality Environments: Designing Novel Learning Activities for Young Children. Presence , 11 , Article 6. 10.1162/105474602321050776.

Halloran, J; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (2002) Taking the 'No' out of Lotus Notes: activity theory, groupware, and student groupwork. In: Stahl, G, (ed.) CSCL. (pp. 169 - 178). International Society of the Learning Sciences

Masterman, L; Rogers, Y; (2002) A framework for designing interactive multimedia to scaffold young children's understanding of historical time. Instructional Science , 30 221 - 241.

Price, S; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Stanton, D; Neale, H; (2002) Using Tangibles to Support New Ways of Playing and Learning. In: Proc of Interaction Design for Children Workshop 2002.

Randell, C; MacColl, I; Muller, H; Rogers, Y; (2002) Exploring the Potential of Ultrasonic Position Measurement as a Research Tool. In: IEE Communication Networks and Services Professional Network. (pp. 171 - 174). Institution of Electrical Engineers.: Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL.

Rogers, Y; Brignull, H; Scaife, M; (2002) Designing Dynamic Interactive Visualisations to Support Collaboration and Cognition. In: IV. (pp. 39 - 39). IEEE Computer Society

Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Harris, E; Phelps, T; Price, S; Smith, H; ... Gabrielli, S; + view all (2002) Things aren't what they seem to be: innovation through technology inspiration. In: Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems. (pp. 373 - 378).

Rogers, Y; Sharp, H; Preece, J; (2002) Interaction Design: Beyond Human Computer Interaction. Wiley

Scaife, M; Halloran, J; Rogers, Y; (2002) Let's Work Together: Supporting Two-Party Collaborations with New Forms of Shared Interactive Representations. In: Blay-Fornarino, M and Pinna-Dery, A-M and Schmidt, K and Zaraté, P, (eds.) COOP. (pp. 123 - 138). IOS

2001

(2001) Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 16-20 September 2001, Bonn, Germany. In: Prinz, W and Jarke, M and Rogers, Y and Schmidt, K and Wulf, V, (eds.) ECSCW. Kluwer

Gabrielli, S; Harris, E; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; Smith, H; (2001) How many ways can you mix colour? Young children's explorations of mixed reality environments. In: Conference for Content Integrated Research in Creative User Systems.

Otero, N; Rogers, Y; du Boulay, B; (2001) Is interactivity a good thing? Assessing its benefits for learning. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on HCI. (pp. 790 - 794). Lawrence Erlbaum: New Jersey:.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; (2001) Informing the design of a virtual environment to support learning in children. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. , 55 , Article 2. 10.1006/ijhc.2001.0473.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; Halloran, J; (2001) eSpace: integrating novel displays and devices for augmenting collaborative transactions.

2000

Gabrielli, S; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (2000) Young Children's Spatial Representations Developed through Exploration of a Desktop Virtual Reality Scene. Education and Information Technologies , 5 (4) 251 - 262.

Ross, S; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (2000) An ethnographic study of the BBC: current work practices in archive programme production and current approaches to web broadcasting. Doctoral thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

1999

Gabrielli, S; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (1999) Visual Perspective-taking and young children's development of functional spatial representation in virtual environments. In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Science. (pp. 411 - 416).

Light, A; Rogers, Y; (1999) Conversation as Publishing: The Role of News Forums on the Web. HICSS

Light, A; Rogers, Y; (1999) Conversation as Publishing: the Role of News Forums on the Web. J. Computer-Mediated Communication , 4 , Article 4. 10.1111/j.1083-6101.1999.tb00103.x.

Navarro-Prieto, N; Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; (1999) Cognitive strategies in web searching. In: (Proceedings) 5th Conference on Human Factors and the Web.

Rogers, Y; (1999) Instilling Interdisciplinarity: HCI from the perspective of cognitive science. SIGCHI Bulletin , 31 (3) 4 - 8.

Rogers, Y; (1999) What is Different about Interactive Graphical Representations? Learning and Instruction , 9 419 - 425.

1998

Aldrich, F; Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (1998) Getting to grips with 'interactivity': helping teachers evaluate the educational value of CD-ROMs. British Journal of Educational Technology , 29 321 - 333.

Rogers, Y; Scaife, M; (1998) How can interactive multimedia facilitate learning? Intelligence and Multimodality in Multimedia Interfaces: Research and Applications.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; (1998) Kids as informants: telling us what we didn't know or confirming what we knew already? In: The Design of Children's Technology: How We Design, What We Design, and Why. Morgan Kaufman

1997

Bellotti, V; Rogers, Y; (1997) From Web Press to Web Pressure: Multimedia Representations and Multimedia Publishing. In: Pemberton, S, (ed.) CHI. (pp. 279 - 286). ACM/Addison-Wesley

Crow, D; Parsowith, S; Bowden, G; (1997) Interviewed for article on 'The Evolution of CSCW - Past, Present and Future Developments'. SIGCHI Bulletin , 29 (2)

Rogers, Y; (1997) A brief introduction to Distributed Cognition.

Rogers, Y; (1997) Reconfiguring the social scientist: shifting from prescription to proactive research. In: Bowker, GL and Star, L and Turner, B, (eds.) Bridging the Great Divide: Social Science, Technical Systems and Cooperative Work. (57 - 78). LEA

Rogers, Y; (1997) Review: Cognition and Communication at Work, Engeström, Y. and Middleton, D. (eds). Computer Supported Cooperative Work , 6 , Article 4. 10.1023/A:1008644114920.

Rogers, Y; (1997) Systeme cooperatif et inegalites. L'integration d'une systeme de CSCW dans une agence de voyages. Reseaux , 85 53 - 72.

Rogers, Y; Bellotti, V; (1997) Grounding blue-sky research: how can ethnography help? Interactions , 4 , Article 3. 10.1145/255392.255404.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; Aldrich, F; Davies, M; (1997) Designing For or Designing With? Informant Design For Interactive Learning Environments. In: Pemberton, S, (ed.) CHI. (pp. 343 - 350). ACM/Addison-Wesley

1996

Halverson, C; Rogers, Y; (1996) An Introduction to Distributed Cognition: Analyzing the Organizational, the Social and the Cognitive for Designing and Implementing CSCW Applications (Tutorial). In: Ackerman, MS and Olson, GM and Olson, JS, (eds.) CSCW. (pp. 4 - 4). ACM

Plowman, L; Harper, R; Rogers, Y; (1996) The Professional Stranger: A collection of papers on the role of the fieldworker in workplace studies for CSCW. (Cognitive Science Research Paper 428 ). COGS: University of Sussex, UK..

Rogers, Y; Aldrich, F; (1996) In search of clickable Dons: Learning about HCI Through Interacting with Norman's CD-ROM. SIGCHI Bulletin , 28 (3) 44 - 47.

Scaife, M; Rogers, Y; (1996) External cognition: how do graphical representations work? Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. , 45 , Article 2. 10.1006/ijhc.1996.0048.

1995

Plowman, L; Rogers, Y; Ramage, M; (1995) What Are Workplace Studies For? In: ECSCW. (pp. 309 - 309).

Rogers, Y; (1995) Coordinating and managing network technology. Personal Information Systems: Business Applications. 191 - 202.

Ross, S; Ramage, M; Rogers, Y; (1995) PETRA: Participatory Evaluation Through Redesign and Analysis. Interacting with Computers , 7 , Article 4. 10.1016/0953-5438(96)87697-1.

1994

Preece, J; Rogers, Y; Benyon, D; Sharp, H; Carey, T; Holland, S; (1994) Human Computer-Interaction. Addison-Wesley: Wokingham, Berks..

Rogers, Y; (1994) Exploring Obstacles: Integrating CSCW in Evolving Organisations. In: Smith, JB and Smith, FD and Malone, TW, (eds.) CSCW. (pp. 67 - 77). ACM

Rogers, Y; Bannon, L; Button, G; (1994) Rethinking theoretical frameworks for HCI: A Review. SIGCHI Bulletin , 26 (1) 28 - 30.

Rogers, Y; Ellis, J; (1994) Distributed Cognition: an alternative framework for analysing and explaining collaborative working. Journal of Information Technology , 9 (2) 119 - 128.

1993

Preece, J; Rogers, Y; Benyon, D; Davies, G; (1993) A Guide to Usability. (2nd ed ed.). Addison-Wesley: Wokingham, Berks..

Rogers, Y; (1993) Are more minds better than one? Distributed problem solving in context. In: Proceedings of the British Psychological Society.

Rogers, Y; (1993) Common-sense reasoning and everyday activities. Pragmatics and Cognition , 1 (2) 305 - 338.

Rogers, Y; (1993) Coordinating computer-mediated work. Computer Supported Cooperative Work , 1 , Article 4. 10.1007/BF00754332.

1992

Preece, J; Rogers, Y; Benyon, D; Davies, G; (1992) A Guide to Usability. Open University Press: Milton Keynes..

Rogers, Y; (1992) Ghosts in the Network: Distributed Troubleshooting in a Shared Working Environment. In: Mantel, M and Baecker, R, (eds.) CSCW. (pp. 346 - 355). ACM

Rogers, Y; Rutherford, A; Bibby, P; (1992) Models in the Mind: Theory, Perspective and Application. Academic Press: London..

1989

Rogers, Y; (1989) Icon Design for the User Interface. International Reviews of Ergonomics: 3 129 - 155.

Rogers, Y; (1989) Icons at the Interface: Their Usefulness. Interacting with Computers , 1 , Article 1. 10.1016/0953-5438(89)90010-6.

1988

Rogers, Y; (1988) Dialogue Design Guidelines: Volume Two (No. D.189 1.11). Alcatel ESC: Harlow.

Rogers, Y; (1988) User Requirements for Expert System Explanation: What, Why and When?. In: Jones, DM and Winder, R, (eds.) BCS HCI. (pp. 547 - 564). Cambridge University Press

Rogers, Y; Leiser, B; Carr, D; (1988) Evaluating metaphors at the user-system interface. In: Proceedings of EURINFO'88. First European Conference on Information Technology for Organisational Systems. (pp. 158 - 164). Elsevier Science B.V: Amsterdam.

1987

Rogers, Y; (1987) Pictorial communication of abstract verbs in relation to human-computerinteraction. British Journal of Psychology , 78 99 - 112.

1986

Rogers, Y; (1986) Evaluating the meaningfulness of icon sets to represent command operations. In: (Proceedings) People and Computers: Designing for Usability II. HCI'86 Conference. (pp. 86 - 603). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Rogers, Y; (1986) Pictorial representations of abstract concepts relating to human-computer interaction. ACM SIGCHI , 18 43 - 45.

Rogers, Y; (1986) The potential of the visual image at the interface. Current Psychological Research and Reviews , 5 105 - 119.

1985

Rogers, Y; (1985) Characteristics of computer command verbs. In: Proceedings of Ergonomics Society Conference. (pp. 24 - 32). Taylor & Francis: London.

Rogers, Y; Oborne, DJ; (1985) Some psychological attributes of some characteristics of computer command verbs. Behaviour and Information Technology , 4 349 - 365.

1983

Oborne, DJ; Rogers, Y; (1983) Interaction of alcohol and caffeine on human reaction time. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine , 43 528 - 534.

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I teach the Masters HCI-E course Design Practice with Duncan Brumby.

MSc projects

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Current Research Associates and Visitors

Dr Lorna Wall

Dr Rowanne Fleck

Dr Vaiva Kalnikaitė (Intel Cities)

Dr Sarah Gallacher (intel Cities)

Dr Christian Jetter  (Intel Cities)

Dr Johannes Schoening (Hasselt University)

Current PhD Students

Jessi Baker (UCL, first supervisor)

Geraint Jones (UCL,  first supervisor)

Lisa Koeman (UCL,  first supervisor)

Rose Johnson (UCL,  first supervisor)

Aisling O'Kaine (UCL, second supervisor)

Mara Balestrini (UCL, second supervisor)

Tomas Diez (UCL, second supervisor)

Stefan Kreitmayer (Open University, 2010-)

Ricky Morris (Open University, 2007-)

Former Research Associates and Visitors (while at OU)
RAs

Dr Paul Marshall

Dr Rowanne Fleck

Dr Jon Bird

Dr Jeff Rick

Dr Clara Mancini

Dr Vaiva Kalnikaitė

Dr Khaled Bachour

Dr Eva Hornecker

Dr Keerthi Thomas

Visitors

Dr Estefanía Martín

Dr Pablo A. Haya

Dr Ashraf Khalil

Susanna Hertrich

Dr Danielle Wilde

Dr Dagmar Kern

Dr Richie Hazlewood

Dr Kay Connelly

Maria Luz


Former PhD Students (Graduated)

• Anijo Mathew (PhD, Open University, 2013)

• Nadia Pantidi (PhD, Open University, 2013)

• W. Hazlewood (PhD, Informatics, Indiana University, 2011)

• T. Toscos (PhD, Informatics, Indiana University, 2011)

• R. Fleck (DPhil, Sussex University, 2008) “Exploring the Potential of Passive Image Capture to Support Reflection on Experience.” 

• P. Marshall (DPhil, Sussex University, 2007) “Learning and tangibles.”

• H. Brignull (DPhil, Sussex University, 2005) “Understanding and Designing for the Voluntary Adoption of Community Displays.”

• L. Guy (PhD., Brighton University, 2005) “Ethnographic studies of changing organizations.”

• S. Woolf (DPhil, Sussex University, 2005) “Expanded Media: Interactive and Generative Processes in New Media Art.”

• A. Lloyd (DPhil, Sussex University, 2004) “A Metacognitively-Oriented Guide for Novice Web Searchers in Educational Settings.”

• N. Otero (DPhil, Sussex University, 2003) “Learning with Interactivity and external representations.”

• M. Garcia (DPhil, Sussex University, 2003) “A tutoring system using Virtual Reality for teaching inorganic chemistry.”

• A. Light (DPhil, Sussex University, 2001) “The transition to Interactivity: Publishing, broadcasting and multimedia.”

• J. Halloran (DPhil, Sussex University, 2000) “The Activity Space: Analyzing Intentionality in Open Cooperative Work.”

• J. Wilson (PhD, London Institute, p/t, 2000) “Developing Support for Artist Software Designers.”

• E. Beck (DPhil, Sussex University, 1994) “Practices of Collaboration in Writing and Their Support.”

• G. Cooper (PhD, Open University, 1991) “Representing the User: a Sociological study of the Discourse of Human-Computer Interaction.”

US Ph.D completed - thesis committees

• S.Harris (Philosophy, Indiana University, 2012)

• W. Ryan (Informatics, Indiana University, 2011)

• E. Callahan (Library and Information Science, Indiana University, 2007)

• K. Siek (Computer Science, Indiana University, 2006)

• A Khali (Computer Science, Indiana University, 2006)

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