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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × South Korea
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
P.Olivier J.Vines P.C.Wright P.A.Cairns P.Dunphy A.Monk S.Lindsay H.Petrie J.A.Clark W.W.Gaver A.Boucher J.Bowers N.Jarvis J.Steane J.Roe C.Oliver J.Briggs J.Hook D.Foster S.W.Lawson J.Wardman C.Linehan A.Thieme R.Comber V.Vlachokyriakos I.Teece D.W.T.Cameron T.Kerridge A.Wilkie R.Phillips
Talks about:
design (5) someth (3) eighti (3) research (2) fiction (2) digit (2) chequ (2) hci (2) participatori (1) photostrol (1)

Person: Mark Blythe

DBLP DBLP: Blythe:Mark

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009

Wrote 12 papers:

CHI-2015-BlytheSRO #design #game studies
Solutionism, the Game: Design Fictions for Positive Aging (MB, JS, JR, CO), pp. 3849–3858.
CHI-2014-Blythe #design #research
Research through design fiction: narrative in real and imaginary abstracts (MB), pp. 703–712.
Unlimited editions: three approaches to the dissemination and display of digital art (MB, JB, JH, PCW, PO), pp. 139–148.
CHI-2013-VinesTCBWO #human-computer #online #research
HCI in the press: online public reactions to mass media portrayals of HCI research (JV, AT, RC, MB, PCW, PO), pp. 1873–1882.
CHI-2012-FosterLWBL #design #effectiveness #energy #implementation #quote
“Watts in it for me?”: design implications for implementing effective energy interventions in organisations (DF, SWL, JW, MB, CL), pp. 2357–2366.
CHI-2012-VinesBDVTMO #design
Cheque mates: participatory design of digital payments with eighty somethings (JV, MB, PD, VV, IT, AM, PO), pp. 1189–1198.
CHI-2012-VinesBLDMO #concept #design
Questionable concepts: critique as resource for designing with eighty somethings (JV, MB, SL, PD, AM, PO), pp. 1169–1178.
CSCW-2012-VinesDBLMO #trust
The joy of cheques: trust, paper and eighty somethings (JV, PD, MB, SL, AM, PO), pp. 147–156.
CHI-2011-BlythePC #how
F for fake: four studies on how we fall for phish (MB, HP, JAC), pp. 3469–3478.
The photostroller: supporting diverse care home residents in engaging with the world (WWG, AB, JB, MB, NJ, DWTC, TK, AW, RP, PCW), pp. 1757–1766.
The prayer companion: openness and specificity, materiality and spirituality (WWG, MB, AB, NJ, JB, PCW), pp. 2055–2064.
Critical methods and user generated content: the iPhone on YouTube (MB, PAC), pp. 1467–1476.

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