Dr Steve Love

Senior Lecturer
Senior Tutor Dr Steve Love


Computer Science
St John's 042
Brunel University
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1895 266011
Fax: +44 (0)1895 251686
Email: steve.love@brunel.ac.uk
Web: Google Scholar Profile

Research Interests

Human computer interaction, the impact of mobile technologies on social behaviour, the effects of individual differences on the design of spoken dialogue systems

University Research Centre Membership


Journal Papers

(2013) Alkhunaizan, A. and Love, S., What drives mobile commerce? An empirical evaluation of the revised UTAUT model, International Journal of Management and Marketing Academy 2 (1) : 82- 99

(2013) Alkhunaizan, A. and Love, S., Effect of demography on mobile commerce frequency of actual use in Saudi Arabia, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 206 AISC 125- 131

(2013) Arachchilage, NAG. and Love, S., A game design framework for avoiding phishing attacks, Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3) : 706- 714

(2012) Abu-Al-Aish, A., Love, S. and Hunaiti, Z., Mathematics students' readiness for mobile learning, International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning 4 (4) : 1- 20

(2012) Arachchilage, N., Love, S. and Scott, M., Designing a Mobile Game to Teach Conceptual Knowledge of Avoiding 'Phishing Attacks', International Journal for e-Learning Security 2 (1) : 127- 132

(2011) Alsabhan, W. and Love, S., Platforms and viability of mobile GIS in real-time hydrological models: A review and proposed model, Journal of Systems and Information Technology 13 (4) : 425- 444

(2011) Wang, WC., Young, M., Love, S. and Coxton, I., Understanding Touch Screen Mobile Phone Users byTaxonomy of Experience (ToE), wi:Journal of Mobile Media

(2009) Hammoud, L., Love, S. and Brinkman, W-P., Does cognitive style affect student performance on a web-based course?, VTT Symposium (Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus) (258) : 69- 72

(2009) Bygstad, B., Love, S. and Ghinea, G., Guest Editorial Preface: Systems Development and Usability in Scandinavia, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 5 (3)

(2008) Turner, M., Love, S. and Howell, M., Understanding emotions experienced when using a mobile phone in public: The social usability of mobile (cellular) telephones, Telematics and Informatics 25 (3) : 201- 215

(2008) Khattab, I. and Love, S., Cross-cultural differences in mobile phone in public places: London and Khartum, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 4 (2) : 35- 52

(2008) Hammoud, L., Love, S., Baldwin, LP. and Chen, SY., Evaluating WebCT use in relation to students' attitude and performance, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education 4 (2) : 26- 43

(2008) Khattab, I. and Love, S., Mobile phone use across cultures: a comparison between the United Kingdom and Sudan, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 4 (2) : 35- 51

(2008) Howell, M., Love, S. and Turner, M., User characteristics and performance with automated mobile phone systems, International Journal of Mobile Communications 6 (1) : 1- 15

(2006) Love, S. and Corrigan, B., Adult learner's perceptions of a new online managed learning environment: a case study of the Trade Union Congress online delivery using Teknical in Scotland, UCFV Reserach Review 1 (3) : 7

(2006) Love, S. and Scoble, R., Developing a quality assurance metric: A panoptic view, Active Learning in Higher Education 7 (2) : 129- 141 Download publication

(2006) Howell, M., Love, S. and Turner, M., Visualisation improves the usability of voice-operated mobile phone services, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64 (8) : 754- 769

(2005) Howell, M., Love, S. and Turner, M., Spatial metaphors for a speech-based mobile city guide service, PERSONAL AND UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING 9 (1) : 32- 45

(2005) Howell, M., Love, S. and Turner, M., The impact of interface metaphor and context of use on the usability of a speech-based mobile city guide service, Behaviour and Information Technology 24 (1) : 67- 78

Conference Papers

(2008) Hammoud, L., Love, S. and Brinkman, W-P., The affect of lecturers' attitude on students' use of an online learning environment, 15th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics: The Ergonomics of Cool Interaction (ECCE'08), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (369) : Article 31-

(2004) Love, S. and Perry, M., Dealing with mobile conversations in public places: some implications for the design of socially intrusive technologies, ACM CHI 2004: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

(2010) Love, S., Young, M. and Brinkman, W-P., Putting users' first: The importance of human-centred design in the development of mobile applications and services, , ECCE 2010 - European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2010: The 28th Annual Conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics 299- 300

(2006) Brinkman, W-P. and Love, S., Developing an instrument to assess the impact of attitude and social norms on user selection of an interface design: A repertory grid approach, , ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (250) : 129- 136

Book Chapters

(2009) Love, S., Hunter, P. and Anaman, M., Accommodating real user and organisational requirements in the human centered design process: a case study from the mobile phone industry. In: Human Centered Design. (5619/2009) : 758- 764

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