My current research interests are around communication technologies across devices (desktop computers/laptops, smartphones, tablets and smartwatches) and how they affects our work-life balance. I am interested in how people use technologies to shape boundaries between work and personal life, and how they work around technology constraints to make this happen. I have focussed primarily on email management, as it is one of the most common communication technologies out there. You can read more about my PhD project on this website: Digital Boundaries.
Here you can find a collection of research projects I have been involved in since my MSc:
Context-Aware Notifications and Smartwatches (2015-2016)
Key words: notifications, geofencing, smartwatches, cross-device interaction, work-life balance, work-home boundaries, contextual interviews, diary study, mixed methods.
Email Use in a Multi-Account, Multi-Device World (2014-2016)
Key words: email, cross-device interaction, work-life balance, work-home boundaries, contextual interviews, diary study, mixed methods.
Tactile Time Perception: Augmented Cognition (2015)
Key words: augmented cognition, time, haptics, haptic feedback, physical computing, prototyping, in the wild, autoethnography, diary study.
User Experience Evaluation of Multimodal Interfaces (2013)
Key words: haptics, haptic feedback, multimodal feedback, lab studies, mixed methods.
Electrovibration as Haptic Feedback (2012)
Key words: haptics, haptic feedback, lab studies, mixed methods.