Stelmaszewska, H., Fields, B., & Blandford, A. (2004), Conceptualising user hedonic experience. In Proc. ECCE 2004 (in press).
Wright, P., Fields, R., and Harrison, M., (2000), Analyzing Human-Computer Interaction as Distributed Cognition: the Resources Model, Human Computer Interaction Journal 15(1):1-42.
Wright, P., Dearden, A., and Fields, R., (2000), Function Allocation: a Perspective From Studies of Work Practice, International Journal on Human-Computer Studies. 52(2):335-355.
Fields, R., and Wright, P., (2000), Understanding Work and Designing Artefacts: Editorial, International Journal on Human-Computer Studies. 53(1):1-4.
Fields, R., Paternò, F., Santoro, C., and Tahmassebi, S., (1999), Comparing Design Options for Allocating Communication Media in Cooperative Safety-Critical Contexts: a Method and a Case Study, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction. 6(4): 370-398.
Learning & Teaching Interests
CMT3082 - Developing Enterprise Systems (Module Leader)
Research Outputs & Interests
His research in HCI focuses mainly on the distributed cognition approaches to understanding human-machine collaboration, and the application of such approaches to the design and evaluation of interactive technology in areas as diverse as digital libraries and aircraft flight decks.
Director of Studies
George Buchanan: User Tools for Digital Libraries (PhD awarded 2004)
Veronica Davis Perkins: Imaging the past: methodologies, effects, and issues arising from digitising historic photograph collections