My publications in journals and at conferences.

  1. Hamilton, F., Pavan, P., & McHale, K. (2011) Designing usable e-Government services for the citizen: Success within user centred design. Human Work Interaction Design. Held at Interact 2011, Lisbon, Portugal.
  2. Bryan-Kinns, N. and Hamilton, F. (2009). Identifying Mutual Engagement. Behavior and Information Technology.
  3. Sloan, D., Kelly, B. Phipps, L., Petrie, H. and Hamilton, F. (2006). Using Context To Support Effective Application Of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Journal of Web Engineering, Issue 4. Vol. 5.
  4. Sloan, D, Kelly, B., Heath, A., Petrie, H., Hamilton, F and Phipps, L. (2006). Contextual Web Accessibility – Maximizing the Benefit of Accessibility Guidelines. WWW 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland 22-26 May 2006. Conference Proceedings.
  5. Petrie, H., Hamilton, F., King, N. & Pavan, P., 2006. Remote usability evaluations With disabled people. Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in computing systems, Montréal, Québec, Canada ACM Press. Get this from the ACM Digital Library.
  6. Sloan, D., Heath, A., Hamilton, F., Kelly, B., Phipps, L., Petrie, H. & Phipps, L., 2006. Contextual web accessibility – maximizing the benefit of accessibility guidelines. Proceedings of the 2006 international cross-disciplinary workshop on Web accessibility (W4A): Building the mobile web: rediscovering accessibility?. Edinburgh, UK.
  7. Petrie, H., King, N., Hamilton, F. and Weisen, M. (2005). The accessibility of museum websites: results from an English investigation and international comparison. Proceedings of HCI international 2005. Mahwah, NJ: Lawerence Erlbaum. See the PowerPoint slides.
  8. Petrie, H., King, N., and Hamilton, F. (2005). Accessibility of museum, library and archive websites: the MLA audit. MLA. ISBN 1-903743-72-9. Read the press release.
  9. Petrie, H., and Hamilton, F. (2004). The Disability Rights Commission Formal Investigation into Web Site Accessibility. In Dearden, A. and Watts, L. (Eds.), Proceedings HCI 2004: Design For Life.  London: British Computer Society.
  10. Petrie, H., Hamilton, F. and King, N. (2004). Tension? What tension?: website accessibility and visual design. Proceedings of the International Cross-Disciplinary Workshop on Web Accessibility. New York: ACM Press. Pp13-18. Get this from the ACM Digital Library.
  11. Petrie, H., Hamilton, F. and King, N. (2004). The Web: Access and Inclusion for Disabled People. Disability Rights Commission. London: The Stationery Office.
  12. King, N., Ma, T. H-Y., Zaphris, P., Petrie, H., & Hamilton, F. (2004). An incremental usability and accessibility evaluation framework for digital libraries. In P. Brophy, S. Fisher, & J. Craven (Eds.), Libraries without walls 5: The distributed delivery if librarian and information services (pp. 123-131). London: Facet. See the PowerPoint slides.
  13. A. Carmichael, H. Petrie, F. Hamilton, J. Freeman (2003). The Vista Project: Broadening Access To Digital TV Electronic Programme Guides, Future Interfaces, Psychnology 2003 v.1 n.3 p.229-241.
  14. F. Hamilton, H. Petrie and A. Carmichael. (2003). “The VISTA project; universal access to electronic programme guides for digital TV”,  Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society (Eds. C. Stephanidis), 4, pp.842-846.  Mahwah, New Jersey.
  15. Petrie, H., and Hamilton, F., “Usability and Accessibility Framework for Digital Libraries.”, HCI International Conference 2003, 2003.
  16. H. Petrie, F. Hamilton, N. King (2003). Tension? What tension?: website accessibility and visual design, ACM SIGCAPH Computers and the Physically Handicapped, Issue 76
  17. Bryan-Kinns, N & Hamilton, F., 2002. One for all and all for one? Case studies of using prototypes in commercial projects. In proceedings of NordiCHI 2002, Denmark. Get this from the ACM Digital Library.
  18. Hamilton, F., et al, (2001). Prototypes: Representations with political agenda. In J. Bawa (ed) The Usability Business, Springer-Verlag, UK.
  19. Johnson, P., Johnson, H. and Hamilton, F., (1999). Getting the knowledge into HCI: Theoretical and practical aspects of Task Knowledge Structures. In S. C Shipman, V. Shalin and J. Schraagen (eds), Cognitive Task Analysis, LEA Publications.
  20. Hamilton, F., Johnson, P., and Johnson, H. (1999) PRIDE: Task-Related Principles for User Interface Design. Brewster, S., Cawsey, A., and Cockton, G. (Eds). Human Computer Interaction INTERACT’99 (Volume II), Edinburgh, 30th August – 3rd September. British Computer Society. pp. 33-34.
  21. Hamilton, F., Johnson, P. and Johnson, H., 1998. Task-related principles for user interface design. In G. van der Veer (ed), Proceedings of the Schaerding workshop on task analysis, June 1998.
  22. Hamilton, F., Johnson, H. and Johnson, P., 1999. From theory to practice: Tool support for task‑related principles. In Proceedings CHI’99, Pittsburgh, ACM Press.
  23. Hamilton, F., 1996. Predictive evaluation using Task Knowledge Structures, Proceedings CHI’96 – Conference Companion, Vancouver, April 1996, ACM Press. Get this from the ACM Digital Library.
  24. F. Hamilton & H. Johnson, (1995), An empirical study in using linked documentation to assist software maintenance , Proceedings of IFIP INTERACT’95: Human-Computer Interaction, p.219-224.