Stephanie Wilson
Stephanie Wilson
Professor in Human-Computer Interaction, City, University of London
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TitleCited byYear
Identifying web usability problems from eye-tracking data
C Ehmke, S Wilson
Proceedings of the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference on People and …, 2007
Helping and hindering user involvement—a tale of everyday design
S Wilson, M Bekker, P Johnson, H Johnson
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human factors in computing …, 1997
Beyond hacking: a model based approach to user interface design
S Wilson, P Johnson, C Kelly, J Cunningham, P Markopoulos
People and computers, 217-217, 1993
Rapid prototyping of user interfaces driven by task models
P Johnson, H Johnson, S Wilson
Scenario-based design, 209-246, 1995
Adept: Advanced design environment for prototyping with task models
P Johnson, S Wilson, P Markopoulos, J Pycock
Proceedings of the INTERACT'93 and CHI'93 Conference on Human Factors in …, 1993
Older adults’ perceptions and experiences of online social support
U Pfeil, P Zaphiris, S Wilson
Interacting with computers 21 (3), 159-172, 2009
Bridging the Generation Gap: From Work Tasks to User Interface Designs.
S Wilson, P Johnson
CADUI 96, 77-94, 1996
Emergency department status boards: user-evolved artefacts for inter-and intra-group coordination
RL Wears, SJ Perry, S Wilson, J Galliers, J Fone
Cognition, Technology & Work 9 (3), 163-170, 2007
Not all sharing is equal: the impact of a large display on small group collaborative work
S Wilson, J Galliers, J Fone
Proceedings of the 2006 20th anniversary conference on Computer supported …, 2006
Adept-A task based design environment
P Markopoulos, J Pycock, S Wilson, P Johnson
Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System …, 1992
Computer games and sociocultural play: An activity theoretical perspective
CS Ang, P Zaphiris, S Wilson
Games and Culture 5 (4), 354-380, 2010
Web navigation for individuals with dyslexia: an exploratory study
A Al-Wabil, P Zaphiris, S Wilson
International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction …, 2007
Words are not enough: empowering people with aphasia in the design process
J Galliers, S Wilson, A Roper, N Cocks, J Marshall, S Muscroft, T Pring
Proceedings of the 12th Participatory Design Conference: Research Papers …, 2012
The importance of the verbal shift handover report: a multi-site case study
R Randell, S Wilson, P Woodward
International journal of medical informatics 80 (11), 803-812, 2011
Costs and benefits of user involvement in design: Practitioners’ views
S Wilson, M Bekker, H Johnson, P Johnson
People and Computers XI, 221-240, 1996
Beyond handover: supporting awareness for continuous coverage
R Randell, S Wilson, P Woodward, J Galliers
Cognition, Technology & Work 12 (4), 271-283, 2010
Codesign for People with Aphasia Through Tangible Design Languages
S Wilson, A Roper, J Marshall, J Galliers, N Devane, T Booth, C Woolf
CoDesign, 2015
Cognitive artifacts in support of medical shift handover: An in use, in situ evaluation
S Wilson, J Galliers, J Fone
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 22 (1-2), 59-80, 2007
Empowering users in a task-based approach to design experience and requirements
Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS’95), 25-31, 1995
Empowering users in a task-based approach to design
S Wilson, P Johnson
Proceedings of the 1st conference on Designing interactive systems …, 1995
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