Monday, July 19th , 09.00- 17.00 BST

Full day of Workshops and Doctoral Consortium

Workshop Programme follow this link

Tuesday, July 20th, 09.00- 17.00 BST

08.30-09.00: Logging in… (joining instructions to be provided 15th of July to all registered participants)

09.00-09.15: Welcome from general chairs and information about the BCS Interactions Specialist Group and the British HCI Conference

09.15-10.30: Keynote. Working Digitally – HCI and the New Future of Work, Anna Cox. Session chair: Jose Abdelnour-Nocera

10.30-10.40: Morning break

10.40-12.00: Paper session 1: VR/AR/XR. Session chair: Effie Law

  • Full Paper: Evaluating Visual Variables in a Virtual Reality Environment, Somnath Arjun, G S Rajshekar Reddy, Abhishek Mukhopadhyay, Sanjana Vinod and Pradipta Biswas, Indian Institute of Science
  • Full Paper: What do mobile AR game players complain about?: A qualitative analysis of mobile AR game reviews, Misbahu Zubair, University of Central Lancashire
  • Full Paper: The Impact of Virtual Reality Nature Environments on Calmness, Arousal and Energy: a Multi-Method Study, Hildegardo Noronha and Pedro Campos, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, Universidade da Madeira
  • Full Paper: Can you hear the Colour? Towards a Synaesthetic and Multimodal Design Approach in Virtual Worlds, Victoria Wright and Genovefa Kefalidou, University of Leicester

12.00-13.00: Lunch break

13.00- 14.30: Paper session 2: Design methods 1. Session chair: Julio Abascal

  • Full Paper: Heuristics for Course Workspace Design and Evaluation, Dorina Rajanen, Atte Tornberg and Mikko Rajanen, University of Oulu
  • Position Paper: A Design Space for Memory Augmentation Technologies, Madeleine Steeds and Sarah Clinch, The University of Manchester
  • Full Paper: 15 Usability Heuristics for Delivering Clinical Guidelines on Mobile Devices, James Mitchell, Ed de Quincey, Charles Pantin and Naveed Mustfa, Keele University and UHNM NHS Trust
  • Position Paper: How much Sample Rate is actually needed? Arm Tracking in Virtual Reality, Hildegardo Noronha and Pedro Campos, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, Universidade da Madeira
  • Position Paper: Omnichannel Heuristics for E-commerce, Sameer Kharel, Mikael Fernström and Bal Krishna Bal, Kathmandu University and University of Limerick

14.30-14.45: Afternoon break

14.45-16.10: Paper session 3: HCI perspectives on IT security. Session chair: Elahe Kani-Zabihi

  • Full Paper: MailTrout: A Machine Learning Browser Extension for Detecting Phishing Emails, Paul Boyle and Lynsay Shepherd, Abertay University
  • Position Paper: Designing for affective warnings & cautions to protect against online misinformation threats, Fiona Carroll and Bastian Bonkel, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Full Paper: Development of Usable Security Heuristics for Fintech, Stephen Ambore, Huseyin Dogan and Edward Apeh, Bournemouth University
  • Position Paper: Support Rather Than Assault – Cooperative Agents In Minecraft, Danielle Potts, Kate MacFarlane and Lynne Hall, University of Sunderland and Accenture
  • Position Paper: Virtual Training Environment for Gas Operatives: System Usability and Sense of Presence Evaluation, Ikram Asghar, Oche A Egaji, Luke Dando, Mark G Griffiths and Phil Jenkins, University of South Wales and GATC LTD.

16.10-16.25: Late afternoon break

16.25-17.25: Paper session 4: Value-based HCI. Session chair: Parisa Saadati

  • Full Paper: Digital mobility services: A population perspective, Joy Goodman-Deane, Jakob Kluge, Elisabet Roca Bosch, Nina Nesterova, Mike Bradley and P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, Institut für Zukunftsstudien und Technologiebewertung, Universitat Politènica de Catalunya, Breda University of Applied Sciences
  • Full Paper: Appetite for Disruption:  Designing Human-Centred Augmentations to an Online Food Ordering Platform, Louis Goffe, Shruthi Sai Chivukula, Alex Bowyer, Simon Bowen, Austin L. Toombs and Colin M. Gray, Newcastle University and Purdue University
  • Full Paper: Appropriate Value-based ICTs in support of Frontline Peacekeepers, Lynne Hall, Samiullah Paracha and Gill Hagan-Green, University of Sunderland

Wednesday, July 21st, 09.00- 17.30 BST

09.00-10.40: Paper session 5: HCI for healthcare. Session chair: Anirudha Joshi

  • Full Paper: Future outlook on the materialization, expectations and implementation of Digital Twins in healthcare, Christel De Maeyer and Panos Markopoulos, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Position Paper: A proposed framework for developing User-Centred Mobile Healthcare Applications for the biggest annual mass gathering (Hajj) Post COVID-19, Nowman Islam, Aamir Anwar and Ikram Ur Rehman, University of West London
  • Position Paper: Developing a clinical decision support system for paediatric shoulder instability, Amina Yaqub, Michael McCluskey, Edward Chadwick and Fraser Philp, Keele University, University of Liverpool, and University of Aberdeen
  • Full Paper: Analogue to Digital Telecare: Findings and Themes from a User-Centred Study to Help People Live in the Community Safely, Andrea Taylor, Hugh Pizey, Craig Whittet, David Hammond and Stephen, Glasgow School of Art.
  • Position Paper: Systematic Review of Usefulness Design Goals of Occupational mHealth Apps for Healthcare Workers, Nurha Yingta, Jose Abdelnour Nocera, Ikram Ur Rehman and Obed Brew, University of West London
  • Position Paper: “I would call them, it seems faster”. The state of Telemedicine in Scotland, Georgios Sfakakis and Emilia Sobolewska, Edinburgh Napier University

10.40-11.00: Morning break

11.00-12.30: Paper session 6: Design methods 2. Session chair: Alan Dix

  • Full Paper: Re-defining Characteristics of a Design Protagonist – Elements of Children’s Design Capital, Matin Mahboob Kanafi, Marianne Kinnula and Netta Iivari, University of Oulu
  • Position Paper: Persona’s Dilemma between Academics and practitioners – Guidelines for idea management workshops for Co-designing Future Technologies, Parisa Saadati, José Abdelnour Nocera and Torkil Clemmensen, University of West London and Copenhagen Business School
  • Full Paper: Using Card Sorting to Design Faceted Navigation Structures, Ed de Quincey and James Mitchell, Keele University
  • Position Paper: Digital Wellbeing for all: expanding inclusivity to embrace diversity in socio-emotional status, Reem S. Al-Mansoori, Mohammad Naiseh, Dena Al-Thani and Raian Ali, Hamad Bin Khalifa University and University of Southampton
  • Full Paper: Design Discovery Practices: Engaging professional design communities with Ketso, Kevin Rigotti, Peggy Gregory and Daniel Fitton, University of Central Lancashire

12.30-13.00: Lunch break

13.00-14.25: Paper session 7: Education. Session chair: Ed de Quincey

  • Full Paper: Towards a digital syllable-based reading intervention: An interview study with second graders, Philipp Schaper, Melissa Donnermann, Nicole Doser, Martina Lein, Anna Riedmann, Sophia Steinhaeusser, Panagiotis Karageorgos, Bettina Müller, Tobias Richter and Birgit Lugrin, Julius-Maximilians-University of Wuerzburg
  • Position Paper: Post-Pandemic Digital Education: Investigating Smart Workspaces within the Higher Education Sector, M A Hannan Bin Azhar, Tasmina Islam and Emily Louise Lepore, Canterbury Christ Church University and King’s College London
  • Position Paper: The Impact of Ramadan on Online Learners Behaviour: What Can We Learn from Tracking Learners’ Data?, Wad Ghaban, Robert Hendley and Rowanne Fleck, University of Birmingham
  • Full Paper: Can Educational Software Support Learning in the Global North and South Equally? A Comparison Case Study, Pamela Andrade and Effie Law, University of Leicester
  • Position Paper: Towards Real-Life Adoption of Conversational Interfaces: Exploring the Challenges in Designing Chatbots That Live up to User Expectations, Luc van der Zandt, Esther van der Stappen and Koen van Turnhout, Avans University of Applied Sciences, Drillster BV and Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences

14.25-14.35: Afternoon break

14.35-15.45: Paper session 8: Socio-Technical HCI. Session chair: Gavin Sim

  • Full Paper: Vibe or Light? Someone or All?: Effects of Feedback Modality and Who Receives Feedback on Meeting Support, Junko Ichino, Yoshiko Yagi and Teru Ozawa, Tokyo City University and Itoki Corporation
  • Position Paper: “He’s adorable and I want to take him home”. Trust Perceptions Before and After First-Time Encounters with Social Robots. Emilia Sobolewska, Nicholas Vanderschantz and Francesca Bitcon, Edinburgh Napier University and University of Waikato
  • Full Paper: Teleworker’s Perception of Technology Use for Collaborative and Social During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Jie Cai, Sarah J Ryu, Donghee Yvette Wohn and Hyejin Hannah Kum-Biocca, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Position Paper: User Engagement and Collaboration in the Next Generation Academic Libraries, Parisa Saadati, José Abdelnour Nocera and Elena Pricope. University of West London.

15.45-16.00: Late afternoon break

16.00-17.00: Industry Keynote. When Social Computing Meets Social Distancing – Lessons for Being Human While Living Digitally, Dean Barker. Session chair: Elisa del Galdo

17.00–17.30: Closing session. Gavin Sim, Jose Abdelnour-Nocera, Helen Petrie