My name is Ashley J. Wheat.
Here's a little about me.
- Wheat, A., Attfield, S., Loureiro, R., Fusco-Fagg, I. 2012. Using context-aware digital technology to enhance and enrich visitor experience in exhibition spaces. In: CHArt (Computers and the History of Art), Display: Consume: Respond - Digital Engagement with Art. London, United Kingdom, 15-16 November 2012.
- Wheat, A. 2014. A framework of Distributed Sensemaking in investigations. In: British Computer Society, The 28th British HCI Conference. Southport, United Kingdom, 9-12 September 2014.
- Wheat, A. 2013. Promoting visitor engagement with museum artefacts using novel technologies. In: Middlesex University, Summer Conference 2013. London, United Kingdom, 20 June 2013.
- Wheat, A. 2014. Understanding External Sensemaking in Intelligence Analysis. In: British Computer Society, The 28th British HCI Conference. Southport, United Kingdom, 9-12 September 2014.
- Designing interaction: principles and practice is a second year undergraduate module that provides a theoretical backdrop introducing and developing practical techniques for the design, development and evaluation of interactive systems and products.
- Novel interaction technologies is a final year undergraduate module providing students with the opportunity to practically apply the theory of interaction by working on small projects whilst covering contemporary topics in human-computer interaction.
- I also lead a summer school in web development and scripting technologies.