Dr Bob Fields
BSc, MSc, DPhil
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
- John Salisbury: What constitutes an engaging interactive experience?
- Nallini Selvaraj: Collaborative Decision Making in Complex Safety Critical Systems: A Common Information Space Approach
- Hanna Stelmasewska: New usability: evaluating user experience
- CMT3082 - Developing Enterprise Systems (Module Leader)
- Course Leader - MSc Interaction Design
Personal Web Page:
- 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.