Catherine Emma Jones
Catherine Emma Jones
Asst Prof. University of Luxemboug
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Do the suburbs exist? Discovering complexity and specificity in suburban built form
L Vaughan, S Griffiths, MM Haklay, CKE Jones
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 34 (4), 475-488, 2009
The spatial signature of suburban town centres
L Vaughan, CE Jones, S Griffiths, MM Haklay
The Journal of Space Syntax 1 (1), 77-91, 2010
The persistence of suburban centres in Greater London: combining Conzenian and space syntax approaches
S Griffiths, CE Jones, L Vaughan, M Haklay
Urban Morphology 14 (2), 85-99, 2010
A less‐is‐more approach to geovisualization–enhancing knowledge construction across multidisciplinary teams
CE Jones, M Haklay, S Griffiths, L Vaughan
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 23 (8), 1077-1093, 2009
The sustainable suburban high street: a review of themes and approaches
S Griffiths, L Vaughan, MM Haklay, C Emma Jones
Geography Compass 2 (4), 1155-1188, 2008
Towards Usability Engineering for Online Editors of Volunteered Geographic Information: A Perspective on Learnability
CE Jones, P Weber
Transactions in GIS 16 (4), 523-544, 2012
Tackling health inequalities using geodemographics: A social marketing approach
M Farr, J Wardlaw, C Jones
International journal of market research 50 (4), 449-467, 2008
The spatial signature of suburban'active'centres
L Vaughan, CE Jones, S Griffiths, M Haklay
Usability and GIS-why your boss should buy you a larger monitor
M Haklay, CE Jones
Board Game Prototyping to Co-Design a Better Location-Based Digital Game
CE Jones, A Liapis, I Lykourentzou, D Guido
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors …, 2017
Practical cartography
CKE Jones
Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, 145-178, 2010
Cartographic theory and principles
CKE Jones
Interacting with Geospatial Technologies, 37-65, 2010
The Rise of the GIS Volunteer
CE Jones, NJ Mount, P Weber
Transactions in GIS 16 (4), 431-434, 2012
A multi-disciplinary perspective on the built environment: Space Syntax and cartography–the communication challenge
CE Jones, S Griffiths, M Haklay, L Vaughan
The Enthusiast, the Interested, the Sceptic, and the Cynic: Understanding User Experience and Perceived Value in Location-Based Cultural Heritage Games Through Qualitative and …
CE Jones, S Theodosis, I Lykourentzou
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) 12 (1), 1-26, 2019
Towards Geospatial Tangible User Interfaces: An Observational User Study Exploring Geospatial Interactions of the Novice
CE Jones, V Maquil
Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management 582 …, 2016
The Shape of Belonging in the Outer London Suburbs: Beyond the Discourse of Alienation
L Vaughan, M Haklay, S Griffiths, CE Jones
Reflective Practice: Lessons Learnt by Using Board Games as a Design Tool for Location-Based Games
C Jones, K Papangelis
The Annual International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 291-307, 2019
Towards a Digital Hermeneutics? Interpreting the User’s Response to a Visualisation Platform for Historical Documents
F Armaselu, CEK Jones
DH Benelux 2016, Luxembourg, 2016
Towards a spatial understanding of how suburbs adapt to change
M Haklay, L Vaughan, KE Jones, S Griffiths
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