Steve Love

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http://radar.gsa.ac.uk/profile/940

Senior Researcher

Digital Design Studio

Research Interests

User Experience Design, Usability evaluation methods, Research Methods, Co-design

Research Profile

My primary research expertise is investigating the impact of mobile technology and digital applications and services on people's behaviour and the implications of this from both a formal and informal learning and usability perspective.

I have led and been a project partner on research projects that have been sponsored by funders such as the European Space Agency, the European Social Fund, BT, Orange, Sharp Laboratories Europe and 3. In addition, I have also received an Industrial Secondment Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Latest Additions

  1. Design Unwrapped: Phase 2 - User evaluation of initial exhibits prototype designs

    Argo, Jessica, Love, Steve, Glasgow, Lauren, Smith, Damien, Breslin, Mark and Kudel, Pawel (2018) Design Unwrapped: Phase 2 - User evaluation of initial exhibits prototype designs. [Experiment]
  2. Design Unwrapped Phase 1 User Testing

    Argo, Jessica, Love, Steve, Glasgow, Lauren, Smith, Damien, Breslin, Mark and Kudel, Pawel (2017) Design Unwrapped Phase 1 User Testing. [Experiment]
  3. Using a Rich Pictures Approach for Gathering Students and Teachers Digital Education Requirements

    Love, Steve, Gkatzidou, Voula and Conti, Antonello (2016) Using a Rich Pictures Approach for Gathering Students and Teachers Digital Education Requirements. In: Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers. Human–Computer Interaction Series . Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 133-149. ISBN 9783319334486
  4. The user experience of mobile music making: An ethnographic exploration of music production and performance in practice

    McGrath, Sean and Love, Steve (2017) The user experience of mobile music making: An ethnographic exploration of music production and performance in practice. Computers in Human Behaviour, 72. pp. 233-245. ISSN 0747-5632
  5. Adult Learners’ Perceptions of a New Online Managed Learning Environment: A Case Study of the Trade Union Congress Online Delivery Using Teknical in Scotland

    Love, Steve and Corrigan, Brian (2006) Adult Learners’ Perceptions of a New Online Managed Learning Environment: A Case Study of the Trade Union Congress Online Delivery Using Teknical in Scotland. Selected Papers from ICICTE 2006, 1 (3). pp. 61-72. ISSN 1715-9849
  6. Understanding the Impact of Culture on Mobile Phone Usage on Public Places

    Khattab, Ishraga and Love, Steve (2009) Understanding the Impact of Culture on Mobile Phone Usage on Public Places. In: Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Human Computer Interaction. IGI Global, pp. 70-89. ISBN 9781605661421
  7. Space invaders: Do mobile phone conversations invade peoples’ personal space

    Love, Steve (2001) Space invaders: Do mobile phone conversations invade peoples’ personal space. In: 8th International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Nov 2001, Bergen, Norway.
  8. Health warning: use of speech synthesis can cause personality changes

    Love, Steve (2000) Health warning: use of speech synthesis can cause personality changes. In: IEE Seminar on State of the Art in Speech Synthesis, 2000, London, UK.
  9. Generating interface metaphors: a comparison of 2 methodologies

    Howell, Mark, Love, Steve, Turner, Mark and Van Laar, Darren (2003) Generating interface metaphors: a comparison of 2 methodologies. In: Contemporary Ergonomics 2003. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 222-227.
  10. The impact of mobile phone use and accident history on turn indication decisions whilst driving

    Turner, Mark and Love, Steve (2003) The impact of mobile phone use and accident history on turn indication decisions whilst driving. In: Contemporary ergonomics 2003:. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 339-344. ISBN 9780415309943