Academic and professional writing
A. Dix (2012). Alan Walks Wales. Interfaces 92 (Winter 2012), p.5–6. full article
A. Dix (2013). Mental Geography, Wonky Maps and a Long Way Ahead. GeoHCI, Workshop on Geography and HCI, CHI 2013. slides, paper and links
A. Dix (2013). The Walk: exploring the technical and social margins. Keynote APCHI 2013 / India HCI 2013, Bangalore India, 27th September 2013. abstract, slides, and full notes
A. Morgan, A. Dix, M. Phillips and C. House (2014). Blue sky thinking meets green field usability: can mobile internet software engineering bridge the rural divide? Local Economy, September–November 2014. 29(6–7):750–761. (Published online August 21, 2014). doi: 10.1177/0269094214548399 abstract and full paper
A. Dix (2014). Alan Walks Wales: Sensing the Miles. Video Presentation, ‘Enhancing Self-Reflection with Wearable Sensors’, workshop at mobileHCI 2014 Toronto, 23rd September 2014. abstract, slides and links
Dix, A., & Ellis, G. (2015). The Alan walks Wales dataset: Quantified Self and Open Data. In J. Atenas & L. Havemann (Eds.), Open Data As Open Educational Resources: Case Studies of Emerging Practice. London: Open Knowledge, Open Education Working Group.
A. Dix (2017). Getting nowhere slowly: learning from a thousand miles at walking pace. Talk at What Comes After CHI: Technology on the Trail, Virginia Tech., 2-3 March 2017. abstract, slides and related work
A. Dix (2017). Walking (a long way). CHI Outside – Interactive Computing in Outdoor Recreation, CHI2017 Special Interest Group position paper, slides and links
S. Asimakopoulos and A. Dix. (2017). Walking: A Grounded Theory of Social Engagement and Experience. Interacting with Computers, 29(6):824–844. doi:10.1093/iwc/iwx014 abstact and links
D. Scott McCrickard, Michael A. Horning, Steve Harrison, Ellie Harmon, Alan Dix, Norman Makato Su, and Timothy Stelter (2018). Technology on the Trail. In Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on Supporting Groupwork (GROUP ’18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 365–368.
A. Dix. (2018). Space, time and memory: tales from a long road. Cognitive Processing, 19(Suppl 1):101-108. doi:10.1007/s10339-018-0879-0 (Keynote at ICSC, Rome, Sept. 2018).full paper, slides and links
A. Dix. (2019). Step by Step Research. In Into the Wild: Beyond the Design Research Lab. A. Chamberlain and A. Crabtree (eds.), Springer, pp.7–29. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-18020-1_2 abstract and draft chapter
Shuo Niu, D. Scott McCrickard, Timothy L. Stelter, Alan Dix,and G. Don Taylor (2019).
Reorganize Your Blogs: Supporting Blog Re-visitation with Natural Language Processing and Visualization. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 3(4):66. DOI: 10.3390/mti3040066. full text at MTI site