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Proceedings – Doctoral Consortium BCS HCI 2020

Proceedings

Proceedings of the 33rd International BCS Human-Computer Interaction Doctoral Consortium, Keele University, UK 

Prof Alan Dix , Prof Lynne Hall , Dr Raymond Bond , Dr Tom Flint , Dr Gavin Sim , Dr Sandra Woolley

July 2020

Sponsors:

 Full proceedings on BCS eWics (electronic workshops in computing”

FOREWORD, EDITORIAL AND INVITED KEYNOTE PAPERS 

i. Foreword: Chair’s BCS HCI DC 2020 Introduction, Alan Dix 

ii. Reflections on the Doctoral Consortium (Editorial),Lynne Hall, Alan Dix, Sandra Woolley, Raymond Bond, Gavin Sim and Tom Flint. 

iii Six Rules to Help Doctoral Students Pave their Way Through PhD Research (Invited Keynote), Raymond Bond. 

UNDERSTANDING THE USER 

1 Daniel Bennett Complex Systems Models of Cognition for HCI 

2 Craig Goodwin Why sideload? User Behaviours, Interactions and Accessibility Issues Around Mobile App Installation 

3 Chloe Kliman-Silver Rethinking the Human Centred Approach to Animal-Computer Interaction 

4 Madeleine Steeds The Impact of Device Associations on Human Memory Performance 

5 Deborah Whittle How to Increase Online Trust and User Experience for Legal Services 

THE DESIGN PROCESS 

6 Isabel Evans Testers’ Experiences of Tools and Automation 

7 Olena Saienko Application of Participatory Design to Facilitate Social Innovations Ideas with Charity Organizations 

8 Mithila Thiruppugal An investigation into the Design of Learning Analytic Dashboards (LAD) for the Enhancement of Motivation, Engagement and Achievements in an E-Learning Environment 

DESIGNS AND TECHNOLOGIES 

9 Yosuef Alotaibi The use of Electrotactile Feedback in Cars 

10 Carlos Alvarez de la Vega Making the Gig Economy Work for Workers: An Exploration of Freelancing Platforms 

11 Sarah Turner Approaches and Technologies to Support Home Users’ Engagement with Cyber Security 

WEARABLES AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES 

12 Aisha Jaddoh Virtual Home Assistants for Dysarthric Speakers 

13 Khalid Ahmad Khattak Wearable Health Devices – Updates, Applications and Repeatability 

14 Bharat Paudyal Assistive Interaction Techniques to Support Disabled Developers 

15 Tendai Rukasha Evaluation of Wearable Epileptic Seizure Monitors 

HCI IN HEALTHCARE 

16 Tor Alexander Bruce Exploring Enactive Approaches to Designing and Understanding Immersive Interactive Virtual Environments in Mental Healthcare 

17 Ramsay Meiklem mHealth Intervention to Support Patients with Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease 

18 James Mitchell Utilising User-Centred Design to Develop a Clinical Guidelines Mobile Application 

19 Fiona Quigley A Virtual Reality Training Tool to Improve Weight-Related Communication Across Healthcare Settings