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Sara Jones
Sara Jones
Reader in Creative Interactive System Design, Bayes Business School
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Trust requirements in e-business
S Jones, M Wilikens, P Morris, M Masera
Communications of the ACM 43 (12), 81-87, 2000
3962000
Requirements engineering as creative problem solving: A research agenda for idea finding
N Maiden, S Jones, K Karlsen, R Neill, K Zachos, A Milne
2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, 57-66, 2010
1632010
Crossed wires: Investigating the problems of end-user developers in a physical computing task
T Booth, S Stumpf, J Bird, S Jones
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2016
1012016
Model-driven requirements engineering: synchronising models in an air traffic management case study
NAM Maiden, SV Jones, S Manning, J Greenwood, L Renou
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 16th International Conference …, 2004
992004
Creative user-centered visualization design for energy analysts and modelers
S Goodwin, J Dykes, S Jones, I Dillingham, G Dove, A Duffy, A Kachkaev, ...
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 19 (12), 2516-2525, 2013
962013
A framework for creative visualization-opportunities workshops
E Kerzner, S Goodwin, J Dykes, S Jones, M Meyer
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 25 (1), 748-758, 2018
812018
The untrained eye: how languages for software specification support understanding in untrained users
C Britton, S Jones
Human–Computer Interaction 14 (1-2), 191-244, 1999
801999
Discovering web services to specify more complete system requirements
K Zachos, N Maiden, X Zhu, S Jones
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 19th International Conference …, 2007
792007
Rescue: An integrated method for specifying requirements for complex sociotechnical systems
S Jones, N Maiden
Requirements engineering for sociotechnical systems, 245-265, 2005
652005
Requirements engineering: an integrated view of representation, process, and domain
M Jarke, K Pohl, S Jacobs, J Bubenko, P Assenova, P Holm, B Wangler, ...
Software Engineering—ESEC'93: 4th European Software Engineering Conference …, 1993
591993
Towards usability guidelines for multimedia systems
M Bearne, S Jones, J Sapsford-Francis
Proceedings of the second ACM international conference on Multimedia, 105-110, 1994
581994
Computing technologies for reflective, creative care of people with dementia
N Maiden, S D'Souza, S Jones, L Müller, L Pannese, K Pitts, M Prilla, ...
Communications of the ACM 56 (11), 60-67, 2013
562013
TRUST-EC: requirements for Trust and Confidence in E-Commerce
S Jones, P Morris
European Commission, Joint Research Centre, 81-87, 1999
551999
A survey of current practice in the development of multimedia systems
C Britton, S Jones, M Myers, M Sharif
Information and Software technology 39 (10), 695-705, 1997
511997
Generating requirements from systems models using patterns: a case study
NAM Maiden, S Manning, S Jones, J Greenwood
Requirements Engineering 10, 276-288, 2005
482005
The use of a co-operative student model of learner characteristics to configure a multimedia application
T Barker, S Jones, C Britton, D Messer
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 12, 207-241, 2002
472002
A requirements capture method and its use in an air traffic control application
TL McCluskey, JM Porteous, Y Naik, CN Taylor, S Jones
Software: Practice and Experience 25 (1), 47-71, 1995
461995
Narrative visualization: Sharing insights into complex data
G Dove, S Jones
442012
Emotion and creativity: Hacking into cognitive appraisal processes to augment creative ideation
A De Rooij, PJ Corr, S Jones
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition …, 2015
422015
Using mobile devices and apps to support reflective learning about older people with dementia
K Pitts, K Pudney, K Zachos, N Maiden, B Krogstie, S Jones, M Rose, ...
Behaviour & Information Technology 34 (6), 613-631, 2015
412015
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