Research

My design research challenges the visual design of digital interfaces. My work focuses on opening up the potential and meaning of digital interfaces beyond screen-based devices. I design digital interfaces which enourage activity and understanding in the real/tangible world as this world ultimately gives meaning to what we do digitally. I support working towards seamlessly blended physical and virtual spaces.

In my PhD (2015–2019), I developed a speculative design termed Computational Costume for a probable augmented reality future. This work, so far, provides the most complete vision of my rationale for an esemplastic physical/virtual world that begins with wearable virtual identites.

In my honours year (2014) I improved the interface for Printer Linker, an online directory I made for fellow students showing (then hard-to-find-online) speciality art and design industry suppliers.

Presentations
Presentations
August 2022
PhD
PhD
August 2019
Honours Degree
Honours Degree
November 2014