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Carolynne Lord
Carolynne Lord
Postdoctoral researcher in the School of Computing and Communcations @ Lancaster University
Verified email at lancaster.ac.uk
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Demand in my pocket: mobile devices and the data connectivity marshalled in support of everyday practice
C Lord, M Hazas, AK Clear, O Bates, R Whittam, J Morley, A Friday
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2015
502015
Catch my drift? Achieving comfort more sustainably in conventionally heated buildings
A Clear, A Friday, M Hazas, C Lord
Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Designing interactive systems, 1015-1024, 2014
372014
Exploring (un) sustainable growth of digital technologies in the home
M Hazas, A Clear, A Friday, B Knowles, C Lord, O Bates
242015
Let's start talking the walk: Capturing and reflecting on our limits when working with gig economy workers
O Bates, C Lord, H Alter, B Kirman
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability …, 2020
72020
Locking-down instituted practices: Understanding sustainability in the context of ‘domestic’consumption in the remaking
T Holmes, C Lord, K Ellsworth-Krebs
Journal of Consumer Culture, 14695405211039616, 2021
42021
Lessons from one future of work: opportunities to flip the gig economy
O Bates, C Lord, H Alter, A Friday, B Kirman
IEEE Pervasive Computing 20 (4), 26-34, 2021
32021
The sustainability of the gig economy food delivery system (Deliveroo, UberEATS and Just-Eat): Histories and futures of rebound, lock-in and path dependency
C Lord, O Bates, A Friday, F McLeod, T Cherrett, A Martinez-Sykora, ...
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1-13, 2022
22022
Let's start talking the walk
O Bates, C Lord, H Alter, B Kirman
12020
Integrating Tablet Computers into Daily Life: An investigation of changing practices and interconnections
C Lord
PQDT-Global, 2018
12018
Changing connections: Wi-Fi, tablets and evolving systems of connectivity
J Morley, C Lord
DEMAND Centre Conference, Lancaster, 2016
12016
Critical Incident Technique and Gig-Economy Work (Deliveroo): Working with and Challenging Assumptions around Algorithms
C Lord, O Bates, A Friday
CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts, 1-6, 2022
2022
Thinking Outside the Bag: Worker-led Speculation and the Future of Gig Economy Delivery Platforms
B Kirman, O Bates, C Lord, H Alter
DRS 2022 Bilbao, 2022
2022
Hybrid working is fuelling demand for more tech and bigger homes–both are bad news for the planet
K Ellsworth-Krebs, C Lord, T Holmes
2021
Catch my drift
A Clear, A Friday, M Hazas, C Lord
by: Association for Computing Machinery, 2014
2014
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