Author: Katerina Gorkovenko

Katerina is a PhD student studying the use of second screens for engagement with political discourse.

Designing the Future of TV Accessibility

Designing the Future of TV Accessibility was a full-day workshop in Aberdeen on the 26th of May 2016 at Robert Gordon University. The event was composed of two distinct sections . First was a morning brainstorming session about the problems people face with watching television, and how they can be fixed. In the afternoon we …

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Social Printers

2016 is full of political activity including local political elections and the EU Referendum. This provides a perfect opportunity for further research into the behaviour and needs of people who watch political programmes, such as TV debates, and political panel shows. The first event in the year is the Scottish Election election which is due …

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British HCI 2016

Quite a few of us from the DJCAD studio attended British HCI, including  Nick Taylor, Daniel Herron and I (Katerina Gorkovenko). As part of the programme I took part in a day long workshop which explores the future of TV, a Doctoral Networking Day during which we “bonded” through the art of paper critique, and …

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