You are invited to this City HCID Research Seminar on the UK Coronavirus Dashboard via Zoom.
Earlier this week we launched the City Interaction Lab Podcast with an inaugural episode on graphic medicine. We have also deposited it on figshare.
We had the inaugural meeting of the City HCID Comics, Games & Media Research Group this week! The Comics, Games & Media Research Group is dedicated to exploring the interconnections between interaction design and narrative media. The Group’s membership is comprised by academic staff and research students at the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design and … Continue reading Inaugural meeting of the Comics, Games & Media Research Group & First Blog Post
Hoy participaré en el Segundo Coloquio de Vida Cotidiana en México, "Rostros del tiempo" a las 13:30hrs, en Museo de Arte de la SHCP, Moneda 4, Centro Histórico, Ciudad de México. Entrada libre.
The INCA project has now launched MakeWrite, an iPad app that was co-designed by and for people with aphasia (a language difficulty following brain injury).
The British Library and City, University of London will offer a fully-funded PhD studentship on ‘Understanding UK digital comics information and publishing practices: From creation to consumption.’
Today I will give a talk as part of the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design's HCID Research Seminar series: The Question Concerning Comics as Technology: Gestell and Grid. Implications for HCID.
I will present at the HCID Open Day 2018 on Friday 4th May at City, University of London as part of the knowledge exchange and impact activities around the Parables of Care project.
Dr Simon Grennan (University of Chester) will present at the HCID Research Seminar series at City, University of London (College Building, Room A214) tomorrow Friday 17 November at 1pm.
I interviewed Peter Wilkins a few days ago for the Parables of Care blog, and I have copied and pasted the post here.
Dr Simon Grennan, is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Art and Design at the Department of Art and Design, University of Chester. I asked Simon some questions about working on Parables of Care.
Parables of Care, a comic that adapts dementia care stories from the Care'N'Share app, is out now.