Professor David Benyon has been working in the area of human-computer interaction (HCI) and interaction design for over 25 years. He has written widely on the subject with over 150 refereed publications covering HCI, interaction design and intelligent user interfaces. He published one of the first textbooks on HCI in 1994 and recently completed the 3rd edition of the textbook Designing Interactive Systems: a comprehensive guide to HCI, UX and interaction design (Pearson, 2013). In 2007 Prof Benyon introduced ideas of conceptual blending to HCI with his book Designing with Blends (MIT Press, with Manuel Imaz). He published his monograph Spaces of Interaction, Places for Experience with Morgan and Claypool in September 2014.
O'Keefe, B., Benyon, D. (2016). Using the Blended Spaces Framework to design Heritage Stories with Schoolchildren. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, , (), .
Ammeloot, A., Benyon, D., Mival, O. (2015). Design principles for collaborative device ecologies. In: (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2015 British HCI Conference, , () ( ed.). (pp. ). : . ACM.See all publications
Padfield, C. (2015). Issues of IT Governance and Information Security from an SME & Social Enterprise Perspective (MSc Strategic ICT Leadership Dissertation). Edinburgh Napier University (Cruickshank, P., Benyon, D.).See all supervised dissertations