Barritt, L., Popovac, M., Woodward, M., & Thompson, S., (2021). 'Abstraction pedagogy and the critical pedagogical importance of art education for other discipline areas: entangled ontology in the postdigital era'. iJADE 2021: Hybrid Spaces. International Journal of Art and Design Education. International Journal of Art and Design Education. March 2021.
Barritt, L., Popovac, M., Woodward, M., & Thompson, S., (2021). (Re)considering pedagogy: entangled ontology in a postdigital age. Buckingham Journal of Education; University of Buckingham, May 2021. Vol. 3. pp tbc.
Thompson, S. (2018). Design Futures: A Trans-active Curriculum Community-based Approach to the Development of Student Self-confidence, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship. In: Matheson, R. Tangney, S. and Sutcliffe, M. (2018). Transition In, Through and Out of Higher Education. London, Routledge. Pp186 – 188.
Eardley, R., Roudaut, A., Gill, S., and Thompson, S. (2018). Designing for Multiple Hand Grips and Body Postures within the UX of a moving Smartphone. DIS 2008 – Hong Kong. June 2018.
Eardley, R., Roudaut, A., Gill, S., and Thompson, S. (2018). Investigating How Smartphone Movement is Affected by Body Posture. CHI ACM – Montreal. April 2018.
Humphries, T., Pepperell, R., Punt, M. and Thompson, S., (2017). Malentangled: Function Redacting Tape. In: Research Through Design 2017 (RTD2017). Edinburgh, UK, 22–24 March 2017.
Eardley, R., Roudaut, A., Gill, S., and Thompson, S. (2017). Understanding Grip Shifts: How form factors impact hand movements on mobile phones. CHI ACM – Denver. May 2017.
Humphries, T., Pepperell, R., Punt, M. and Thompson, S. (2016). Malentangled: Function Redacting Tape. Prototyping 2016 Expo. Kortrijk Expo Centre, Kortrijk, Belgium, 9–10 November 2016.
Eardley, R., Roudaut, A., Gill, S., and Thompson, S. (2016). Investigating How the Hand Interacts with Different Mobile Phones. Mobile HCI., 16. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services Adjunct. Florence. 2016.
Public Talks / Engagement
Seckam, A. Thompson, S. and. M, Woodward. (Convenors). Dialogues: The intertwined tapestry of art and science. Art/Science Exchange Workshop. Symposia. Cardiff, November 2019. Metatechnicity Research and Biochemical Society.
I am a trustee of OpenUp Music : The Disabled Youth Orchestra. Open Up Music's mission is to make orchestras accessible to young disabled people. Founded in 2007, we are unique among SEN/D arts organisations in our sharply defined and clearly articulated focus on orchestras. We have two strategically connected programmes of work.
Dr Martyn Woodward
The Multi-dimensional Depth of the Image: Body-Environment-Artefact
(PhD) (ESF) (2014) Transtechnology Research, University of Plymouth.
Dr John Vines
Ageing Futures: Towards Cognitively Inclusive Digital Media Products (PhD) (AHRC) (2010) Transtechnology Research, University of Plymouth.
Dr Taslima Miah
A Postcolonial Critique of Industrial Design: a critical evaluation of the relationship of culture and hegemony to design practice and education since the late 20th century. (PhD) (2014) Transtechnology Research, University of Plymouth.
Supervision of current Doctoral Research
Understanding The Function Of Humour In Product Design, And For Product Design. (MPhil) (2013) Metatechnology Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The unexplored opportunities of the biomechanical human hand and the role it plays in the design of technology. (MPhil) (2013) Design Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
How do developments in hybrid art affect the perception of the human–technology relationship? ArtSci Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
M. Fakri Othman
Novel Techniques for Teaching Handwriting Utilising Rotoscoping. (MPhil) (2013) CARIAD, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Supervision of current MPhil Research Students
Understanding the Role of Enchantment in the Industrial Design Process. ArtSci Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Henry Gruffudd Hill
Design and Archaeology and the Technium: Dialogues and methods. Metatechnology Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University