Publications

Academic Publications

  • Fitter, Happier, More Productive.
    Chris Elsden, Mark Selby, Abigail Durrant, and David Kirk. 2016. Fitter, happier, more productive: what to ask of a data-driven life. interactions 23, 5 (August 2016), 45-45. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2975388
  • Beyond Personal Informatics: Designing for Experiences With Data [pdf] [CHI Workshop]
    Elsden, C., Selby, M., Kirk, D. S., Speed, C., Beyond Personal Informatics: Designing for Experiences with Data. In Extended Abstracts CHI 2015, ACM.
  • Experiential Manufacturing: The Earthquake Shelf. [pdf]
    Selby, M., and Kirk, D. 2015. Experiential Manufacturing: The Earthquake Shelf. In: Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial Research Through Design Conference, 25-27 March 2015, Cambridge, UK, Article 17. DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.1327994.
  • First Signs of Life: The Inception of a Living Lab. [pdf]
    Carter, K., Selby, M. (2014) First Signs of Life: The Inception of a Living Lab. Paper presentation at European Network Of Living Labs Summer School. 2-5 September 2014. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Designing for Slowness, Anticipation and Re-Visitation: A Long Term Field Study of the Photobox [pdf]
    Odom, W., Sellen, A., Kirk, D., Banks, R., Regan, T., Selby, M., Forlizzi, J., Zimmerman, J. (2014). Designing for Slowness, Anticipation and Re-Visitation: A Long Term Field Study of the Photobox. In In proceedings of SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. CHI ’14. ACM Press. Best Paper Award.
  • A Conversation Between Trees: What Data Feels Like In The Forest. [ACM link] [pdf]
    Jacobs, R. Benford, S. Selby, M. Golembewski, M. Price, D. Giannachi, G. (2013) A Conversation Between Trees: What Data Feels Like In The Forest. In Proceedings of the 2013 SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in computing systems (CHI 2013), ACM, April 2013. Honorable Mention.
  • Timestreams: Supporting Community Engagement in the Climate Change Debate
    Jesse Blum, Martin Flintham, Derek McAuley, Rachel Jacobs, Matt Watkins, Rebecca Lee, Robin Shackford, Mark Selby, Silvia Leal, Gabriella Giannachi. Timestreams: Supporting Community Engagement in the Climate Change Debate, Digital Futures, Aberdeen October 2012.
  • Engaging With Slowness: A Temporal Experience of Climate Change
    Jacobs, R. Selby, M. Benford, S. (2012) Engaging With Slowness: A Temporal Experience of Climate Change. In workshop proceedings.
  • Photobox: On the Design of a Slow Technology [pdf]
    Odom, W., Selby, M., Sellen, A., Kirk, D., Banks, R., Regan, T. (2012). Photobox: On the Design of a Slow Technology. In Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems, Newcastle, UK. DIS ’12. ACM Press.
  • Ideation Decks: A Card Based Design Ideation Tool.
    Golembewski, M. Selby, M. (2010) Ideation Decks: A Card Based Design Ideation Tool. In Proceedings of ACM Conference on the Design of Interactive Systems (DIS 2010).

Featured In

  • Giaccardi, E. and Plate, L. (2016) How Memory Comes to Matter: From Social Media to the Internet of Things, in L. Munteán, L. Plate, A. Smelik (eds) Things to Remember: Materializing Memories in Art and Popular Culture, Bloomsbury Academics.
    Photobox and the Earthquake Shelf are featured in this great chapter exploring the relationship between memory and the Internet of Things.
  • Locative Media Revisited, 2014, By Jonah Brucker-Cohen.
    Camera Explora is featured alongside some great projects in this article exploring issues around Locative Media by Jonah Brucker-Cohen for Rhizome.

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