B.S. Degree: Computing, University of Central Lancashire, 2001.
M.S. Degree: E-Commerce, University of Central Lancashire, 2003.
PhD Degree: Child Computer Interaction, University of Central Lancashire, 2013.
I have been a member of the ChiCI Group since 2003 and have recently Completed my PhD entitled “Improving Validity and Reliability in Children’s Self Reports of Technology Use”.
My main research expertise is in participatory and user-centred design and evaluation methods. I am a co-chair of the upcoming British HCI 2014 conference, webmaster for the IFIP TC13 WG on Interaction Design and Children, and co-founder of the international Fun n’ Games conference. I review for a variety of journals and international conferences and have co-authored over 50 publications in the CCI field.