Advancing digital inclusion in low income Australian families: interim findings report
The 'Advancing digital inclusion in low income Australian families' research project is running 2021-2024. The investigation explores the complex relationship between digital and social inclusion, and social infrastructure’s role (education facilities, charities, government services) in supporting low income families in six diverse communities. This report...
A new perspective on the design of pedestrian bridges, inspired by Baudelaire’s Flaneur
This paper focuses on human interaction with and on bridges, and investigates how people use bridges and bridge elements by analysing visual data from social media. This set of data helps to understand different groups of individuals, their needs, values, and abilities to use bridge...
A case study of human factors of digital AgTech adoption: Condamine Plains, Darling Downs
This research raises questions about the type and level of new, digital expertise farmers need to attain in the transition to digital farming, and what interventions are necessary to address the significant barriers to adoption and effective use that remain in rural communities.
Northern Australia communications analysis: directions paper
The CRC for Developing Northern Australia has invested in this analysis to investigate the impacts and relevance of digital inclusion for developing northern Australia.
Enabling audience participation and collective content generation through urban media as a diagnostic method in urban planning
Interaction design is something perhaps few people think about. Yet it is one of our most important areas of research. The world is now changed every few years by information and communication technologies, and it is interaction design that has to make these changes work...