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*2009
42EEGilbert Cockton: Getting there: six meta-principles and interaction design. CHI 2009: 2223-2232
41EEPaul Gnanayutham, Gilbert Cockton: Adaptive personalisation for researcher-independent brain body interface usage. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 3003-3018
40EEGavin Sim, Janet C. Read, Gilbert Cockton: Evidence Based Design of Heuristics for Computer Assisted Assessment. INTERACT (1) 2009: 204-216
39EEGilbert Cockton, Sari Kujala, Piia Nurkka, Taneli Hölttä: Supporting Worth Mapping with Sentence Completion. INTERACT (2) 2009: 566-581
2008
38EEGilbert Cockton: Revisiting usability's three key principles. CHI Extended Abstracts 2008: 2473-2484
37EEGilbert Cockton: Sketch worth, catch dreams, be fruity. CHI Extended Abstracts 2008: 2579-2582
36EEDavid J. Gilmore, Gilbert Cockton, Elizabeth F. Churchill, Sari Kujala, Austin Henderson, Monty L. Hammontree: Values, value and worth: their relationship to hci? CHI Extended Abstracts 2008: 3933-3936
35EEGilbert Cockton: Working spheres or engagements: Implications for designing? Interacting with Computers 20(2): 279-286 (2008)
2007
34 Fouad Qirem, Gilbert Cockton, Mohamed Loufti: Cultural Differences in Severity and Impact of User Frustration. IWIPS 2007: 9-18
2006
33EEGilbert Cockton: Designing worth is worth designing. NordiCHI 2006: 165-174
32EESharon McDonald, Kelly Monahan, Gilbert Cockton: Modified contextual design as a field evaluation method. NordiCHI 2006: 437-440
2005
31EEPaul Gnanayutham, Chris Bloor, Gilbert Cockton: Discrete acceleration and personalised tiling as brain?body interface paradigms for neurorehabilitation. CHI 2005: 261-270
30EEGilbert Cockton: A development framework for value-centred design. CHI Extended Abstracts 2005: 1292-1295
29EESusan J. Jones, Gilbert Cockton: Adding Culture to Context: Extending the Boundaries in Multimedia Design for Senior Management Education. ICALT 2005: 119-121
28EEEffie Lai-Chong Law, Ebba Thora Hvannberg, Gilbert Cockton, Philippe A. Palanque, Dominique L. Scapin, Mark Springett, Christian Stary, Jean Vanderdonckt: Towards the Maturation of IT Usability Evaluation (MAUSE). INTERACT 2005: 1134-1137
2004
27EEGilbert Cockton: From quality in use to value in the world. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1287-1290
26EEGilbert Cockton, Alan Woolrych, Mark Hindmarch: Reconditioned merchandise: extended structured report formats in usability inspection. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1433-1436
25 Susan Jones, Gilbert Cockton: Tightly Coupling Multimedia with Context: Strategies for Exploiting Multi Modal Learning in Complex Management Topics. ICALT 2004
24EEPaul Gnanayutham, Chris Bloor, Gilbert Cockton: Soft Keyboard for the Disabled. ICCHP 2004: 999-1002
23EEGilbert Cockton: Value-centred HCI. NordiCHI 2004: 149-160
22 Gilbert Cockton: Doing to Be: Multiple Routes to Affective Interaction. Interacting with Computers 16(4): 683-691 (2004)
2003
21 Gilbert Cockton, Panu Korhonen: Extended abstracts of the 2003 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2003, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA, April 5-10, 2003 ACM 2003
20 Gilbert Cockton, Panu Korhonen: Proceedings of the 2003 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2003, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA, April 5-10, 2003 ACM 2003
19EENigel Bevan, Carol Barnum, Gilbert Cockton, Jakob Nielsen, Jared M. Spool, Dennis R. Wixon: The "magic number 5": is it enough for web testing? CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 698-699
18 Tom McEwan, Nico MacDonald, Gilbert Cockton: The British Human-Computer Interaction Group. INTERACT 2003
2002
17EEStephanie Rosenbaum, Gilbert Cockton, Kara Pernice Coyne, Michael Muller, Thyra Rauch: Focus groups in HCI: wealth of information or waste of resources? CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 702-703
16EEEamon P. Doherty, Gilbert Cockton, Chris Bloor, Joann Rizzo, Bruce Blondina, Bruce Davis: Yes/No or Maybe - further evaluation of an interface for brain-injured individuals. Interacting with Computers 14(4): 341-358 (2002)
15EEGilbert Cockton, Alan Woolrych: Sale must end: should discount methods be cleared off HCI's shelves? Interactions 9(5): 13-18 (2002)
2001
14EEEamon P. Doherty, Gilbert Cockton, Chris Bloor, Dennis Benigno: Improving the performance of the cyberlink mental interface with ``yes / no program''. CHI 2001: 69-76
13 Gilbert Cockton: From doing to being: bringing emotion into interaction (Editorial). Interacting with Computers 14(2): 89-92 (2001)
1998
12 Gilbert Cockton: Workshop on Technical Feasibility: Initial Lessons from an IFIP WG2.7 Virtual University Case Study. EHCI 1998: 339-350
1995
11 Gilbert Cockton, Steven J. Clarke, Philip D. Gray: Theories of Context Influence the System Abstractions Used to Design Interactive Systems. BCS HCI 1995: 387-405
10 Gilbert Cockton: Using the human context in interactive systems development. EHCI 1995: 339-347
1994
9 Gilbert Cockton, Stephen W. Draper, George R. S. Weir: People and Computers IX, Proceedings of HCI '94, Glasgow, August 1994 Cambridge University Press 1994
1992
8 Leonard J. Bass, Gilbert Cockton, Claus Unger: IFIP Working Group 2.7 User Interface Engineering: A Reference Model for Interactive System Construction. Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction 1992: 1-12
7 Gilbert Cockton, Michael D. Harrison, Barbara H. Kwasnik, Robin R. Penner, Rob Procter: HCI: Whose Problem Is It Anyway? Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction 1992: 397-403
6 Gilbert Cockton: Conceptual Design. Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction 1992: 405-410
5EEJohn W. Patterson, Gilbert Cockton: Composing Hierarchically Structured Images. Comput. Graph. Forum 11(3): 311-320 (1992)
1990
4 Dan Diaper, David J. Gilmore, Gilbert Cockton, Brian Shackel: Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT '90, Proceedings of the IFIP TC13 Third Interantional Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Cambridge, UK, 27-31 August, 1990 North-Holland 1990
3 Gilbert Cockton: Lean Cuisine: No Sauces, No Courses! Interacting with Computers 2(2): 205-216 (1990)
1988
2 Gilbert Cockton: Generative Transition Network: A New Communication Control Abstraction. BCS HCI 1988: 509-527
1987
1 Gilbert Cockton: Some Critical Remarks on Abstractions for Adaptable Dialogue Managers. BCS HCI 1987: 325-343

Coauthor Index

1Carol Barnum [19]
2Leonard J. Bass (Len Bass) [8]
3Dennis Benigno [14]
4Nigel Bevan [19]
5Bruce Blondina [16]
6Chris Bloor [14] [16] [24] [31]
7Elizabeth F. Churchill [36]
8Steven J. Clarke [11]
9Kara Pernice Coyne [17]
10Bruce Davis [16]
11Dan Diaper [4]
12Eamon P. Doherty [14] [16]
13Stephen W. Draper [9]
14David J. Gilmore [4] [36]
15Paul Gnanayutham [24] [31] [41]
16Philip D. Gray [11]
17Monty L. Hammontree [36]
18Michael D. Harrison [7]
19Austin Henderson (D. Austin Henderson Jr.) [36]
20Mark Hindmarch [26]
21Taneli Hölttä [39]
22Ebba Thora Hvannberg [28]
23Susan Jones [25]
24Susan J. Jones [29]
25Panu Korhonen [20] [21]
26Sari Kujala [36] [39]
27Barbara H. Kwasnik [7]
28Effie Lai-Chong Law (Effie Law) [28]
29Mohamed Loufti [34]
30Nico MacDonald [18]
31Sharon McDonald [32]
32Tom McEwan [18]
33Kelly Monahan [32]
34Michael Muller [17]
35Jakob Nielsen [19]
36Piia Nurkka [39]
37Philippe A. Palanque [28]
38John W. Patterson [5]
39Robin R. Penner [7]
40Rob Procter [7]
41Fouad Qirem [34]
42Thyra Rauch [17]
43Janet C. Read [40]
44Joann Rizzo [16]
45Stephanie Rosenbaum [17]
46Dominique L. Scapin [28]
47Brian Shackel [4]
48Gavin Sim [40]
49Jared M. Spool [19]
50Mark V. Springett (Mark Springett) [28]
51Christian Stary [28]
52Claus Unger [8]
53Jean Vanderdonckt [28]
54George R. S. Weir [9]
55Dennis R. Wixon [19]
56Alan Woolrych [15] [26]

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