Caroline Claisse
Caroline Claisse
Lecturer in Interaction Design at Open Lab, School of Computing, Newcastle University
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Containers of Stories: using co-design and digital augmentation to empower the museum community and create novel experiences of heritage at a house museum
C Claisse, L Ciolfi, D Petrelli
The Design Journal 20 (sup1), S2906-S2918, 2017
Bridging cultural heritage and communities through digital technologies: Understanding perspectives and challenges
D Giglitto, L Ciolfi, C Claisse, E Lockley
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Communities …, 2019
Multisensory interactive storytelling to augment the visit of a historical house museum
C Claisse, D Petrelli, N Dulake, MT Marshall, L Ciolfi
2018 3rd Digital Heritage International Congress (DigitalHERITAGE) held …, 2018
Crafting critical heritage discourses into interactive exhibition design
C Claisse, D Petrelli, L Ciolfi, N Dulake, MT Marshall, AC Durrant
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2020
Investigating daily practices of self-care to inform the design of supportive health technologies for living and ageing well with HIV
C Claisse, B Kasadha, S Stumpf, AC Durrant
Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2022
‘Keeping our Faith Alive’: Investigating Buddhism Practice during COVID-19 to Inform Design for the Online Community Practice of Faith
C Claisse, AC Durrant
Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2023
Design synthesis: an act of Research through Design
C Claisse, N Dulake, D Petrelli
Research Through Design, 2019
The augmented house museum: Co-exploring tangible interaction to increase engagement with heritage in house museums
C Claisse
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference Companion Publication on Designing …, 2017
Crafting Tangible Interaction to Prompt Visitors' Engagement in House Museums
C Claisse
Proceedings of the TEI'16: Tenth International Conference on Tangible …, 2016
Tangible Interaction for Supporting Well-being
C Claisse, M Umair, AC Durrant, C Windlin, P Karpashevich, K Höök, ...
CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts, 1-5, 2022
Patient-generated data in the management of HIV: a scoping review
C Hewitt, KC Lloyd, S Tariq, A Durrant, C Claisse, B Kasadha, J Gibbs
BMJ open 11 (5), e046393, 2021
People with long-term conditions sharing personal health data via digital health technologies: A scoping review to inform design
A Rathbone, S Stumpf, C Claisse, E Sillence, L Coventry, RD Brown, ...
PLOS digital health 2 (5), e0000264, 2023
Co-design within and between communities in cultural heritage: Current and open questions
L Maye, C Claisse
Multimodal Technologies and Interaction 7 (1), 1, 2022
Co-creating poetry for communicating individuals’ emotional experience of living with HIV
C Claisse, K Kasadha, A Durrant
Design4Health, 2020
Big Dada: From visualisation to experience
K Walker, C Claisse
Mediating the Sacred: Configuring a Design Space for Religious and Spiritual Tangible Interactive Artifacts
RB Markum, S Wolf, C Claisse, M Hoefer
Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded …, 2024
Perspectives of healthcare professionals and people living with HIV in dialogue: on information sharing to improve communication at the consultation
C Claisse, B Kasadha, AC Durrant
AIDS Care, 1-9, 2023
Establishing a Common Ground between Academic Research and Design Practice through Creativity, Remixing and Play
C Claisse, X Sun
Visual Methods with Children and Young People: Academics and Visual …, 2015
Design Principles for Participatory Design in Religious & Spiritual Contexts
R Markum, S Wolf, CE Smith, S Luthe, C Claisse, F Mass, M Hoefer
Spirituality, Religion, and Interactive Technology Design (SPIRITED …, 2023
The Exquisite Cabinet: An experimental installation to encourage creative thinking and sharing stories
C Claisse
Engaging SpacES, 144, 2014
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