Project Portfolio

Ask Izzy – Tech for Homelessness

This project is about the design and development of a web app to help those experiencing homelessness to find the help they need. Since deployment in 2016, it is now attracting over 10,000 users each month. User research efforts were towards the elicitation, representation and communication of diverse stakeholder needs. However, this can be particularly […]

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Value Sensitive Design for Sustainability

People use information that is created, accessed and stored on their laptops, tablets and smart phones to help them make both everyday and important decisions. People are enabled to create, and share information and knowledge. This information and knowledge creating, searching, and sharing, results in people and broader communities adopting new ways of acting, doing […]

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Promoting STEM subjects

Co – STEM is a company I work with to run STEM-based outreach activities. The goal is to encourage younger students to engage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. This project was supported by The City of Boroondara, Q Solutions, Tron Systems and Brainary Interactive.    

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Motivational Models in Teaching

Software engineering courses continually strive to maintain an excellent teaching curriculum that provides students with the agile skills as per industry needs. A particular challenge of teaching requirements engineering is capturing and communicating software requirements without killing team agility with excessive documentation. In many projects, requirements can be ambiguous and inconsistent. It is important to […]

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Designing on top of Electronic Health Records to help people self-manage their health

The deployment of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) across Australia has provided a platform of possibilities for new technology developers. However, the lack of enthusiasm by multiple health-care providers and patients reveals how many existing applications fail to address the needs of these stakeholders. We conducted interviews with GPs and software company representatives (being partners of […]

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Teleaudiology: User engagement in online hearing tests

Blamey Saunders Hears are an online audiology company allowing people to test their hearing and personalise their hearing aid online. We are conducting joint research to investigate engagement in their teleaudiology services. This research was made possible by the support and collaboration with Blamey Saunders Hears: https://www.blameysaunders.com.au Methods: Do-Be-Feel Workshop; Motivational Modelling.   Publication Emotional Factors […]

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Evaluating the Fault-Proneness of Aspect-Oriented Programming Languages

Methods and tools: Pearson correlation; R statistics software; dependency analysis using coupling metrics.   This project is concerning the fault-proneness of aspect-oriented programs. We analysed the faults collected from three evolving aspect-oriented systems, all from different application domains. This project investigated: The obliviousness property on the fault-proneness of the evaluated systems. The results show that 40% […]

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