Research & Publications
My research investigates how cooks interact with recipe instructions to inform the design of interactive recipe systems to help cooks with everyday recipes. My research draws on instructional design findings, usability studies, sociology of cooking and interactive design.
My PhD is funded through the White Rose group of Yorkshire universities.
- Buykx, L, Petrie, H (2011) What cooks need from multimedia and textually enhanced recipes. Presented at Cooking and Eating Activities workshop at IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia, 2011
- Buykx,L, Petrie,H & Cairns, P (2011) Capturing family recipes for digital sharing across the generations. Presented at Include 2011
- Petrie,H & Buykx,L (2010) Collaborative Heuristic Evaluation : Improving the effectiveness of heuristic evaluation, presented at UPA2010, Munich, 26-29 May 2010 download PDF 230kb
- UPA2010 (Usability Professionals Association), Munich, 26-29 May 2010 - presentation on SlideShare, conference report
Reading and presentations
HCIT MSc research projects
- Improving heuristic evaluation through collaborative working (dissertation project)
- Comparing usability evaluation of music on the go (project for RMH)
- Improving experience of ticket machines (project for QNT)