Artemis Skarlatidou
Artemis Skarlatidou
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Public web mapping: preliminary usability evaluation
A Skarlatidou, M Haklay
662006
What do lay people want to know about the disposal of nuclear waste? A mental model approach to the design and development of an online risk communication
A Skarlatidou, T Cheng, M Haklay
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 32 (9), 1496-1511, 2012
482012
Improved methods for fire risk assessment in low-income and informal settlements
J Twigg, N Christie, J Haworth, E Osuteye, A Skarlatidou
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (2), 139, 2017
412017
What do volunteers want from citizen science technologies? A systematic literature review and best practice guidelines
A Skarlatidou, A Hamilton, M Vitos, M Haklay
JCOM: Journal of Science Communication 18 (1), 2019
342019
Trust in Web GIS: the role of the trustee attributes in the design of trustworthy Web GIS applications
A Skarlatidou, M Haklay, T Cheng
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25 (12), 1913-1930, 2011
302011
Guidelines for trust interface design for public engagement Web GIS
A Skarlatidou, T Cheng, M Haklay
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27 (8), 1668-1687, 2013
272013
User experience of digital technologies in citizen science
A Skarlatidou, M Ponti, J Sprinks, C Nold, M Haklay, E Kanjo
Journal of Science Communication 18 (01), 2019
182019
Discriminant analysis for assigning short-term counts to seasonal adjustment factor groupings
I Tsapakis, WH Schneider IV, A Bolbol, A Skarlatidou
Transportation research record 2256 (1), 112-119, 2011
132011
Human‐Computer Interaction and Geospatial Technologies–Context
M Haklay, A Skarlatidou
Interacting with geospatial technologies, 1-18, 2010
132010
Understanding interaction design challenges in mobile extreme citizen science
V Pejovic, A Skarlatidou
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 36 (3), 251-270, 2020
112020
CPC: Crime, Policing and Citizenship–Intelligent policing and big data
T Cheng, K Bowers, P Longley, J Shawe-Taylor, T Adams, T Davies, ...
London: UCL SpaceTime Lab, 2016
112016
Understanding the influence of specific Web GIS attributes in the formation of non-experts’ trust perceptions
A Skarlatidou, J Wardlaw, M Haklay, T Cheng
Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 1, 219-238, 2011
112011
Web‐Mapping Applications and HCI Considerations for their Design
A Skarlatidou
Interacting with geospatial technologies, 245-264, 2010
112010
The value of stakeholder mapping to enhance co-creation in citizen science initiatives
A Skarlatidou, M Suškevičs, C Göbel, B Prūse, L Tauginienė, ...
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 4 (1), 2019
72019
Preliminiary Investigation of Web GIS Trust: The Example of the “WIYBY” Website
A Skarlatidou, M Haklay, T Cheng
International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial …, 2010
62010
Usability engineering
M Haklay, A Skarlatidou, C Tobón
Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, 107-123, 2010
62010
Trust in Web GIS: a preliminary investigation of the environment agency’s WIYBY website with non-expert users
A Skarlatidou, M Haklay, T Cheng, N Francis
Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 18th Annual Conference, 439-446, 2010
52010
Geographic Citizen Science Design: No One Left Behind
A Skarlatidou, M Haklay
UCL Press, 2021
32021
Understanding the influence of specific Web GIS attributes in the formation of non-experts
A Skarlatidou, J Wardlaw, M Haklay, T Cheng
Proceedings of the 25th international cartographic conference, Paris, 2011
32011
What path and how fast? The effect of flight time and path on user spatial understanding in map tour animations
R Treves, A Skarlatidou
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 45 (2), 128-139, 2018
22018
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