9:00-9:15 Introduction: Aims and schedule for the day

9:15-10:45 Methods, Context and Experiences: Participants presentations will take place providing an overview of the diversity within the group. Key points will be identified to stir the discussion of the next session. Key case-studies will be identified.

  • Yitong Huang; Anya Skatova; Benjamin Bedwell; Tom Rodden; Victoria Shipp; Emma Bertenshaw: Designing for Human Sustainability: The Role of Self-Reflection
  • Alexandra L. Young; Anya Skatova; Benjamin Bedwell; Tom Rodden; Victoria Shipp: The Role of Accidental Self-Reflection in Wearable Camera Research
  • Genovefa Kefalidou; Viet Hoang; Muhammed Hunaif Padiyil; Benjamin Bedwell: Retroflection: Self-Reflection for Knowledge and Culture Sustainability
  • Sze Yin Kwok; Anya Skatova; Victoria Shipp: The Ethical Challenges of Experience: Sampling Using Wearable Cameras
  • Myriam Frejus; Beatrice Cahour : Self, Reflection and Activities in Energy Consumption Situations
  • Maliheh Ghajargar; Eleonora Gargiulo; Roberta Giannantonio: Mobile Awareness: Design for Connectedness
  • Sze Yin Kwok; David Harrison: Design of Individualized Eco Labels using Social Media
  • Kher Hui (Marina) Ng; Victoria Shipp; Anya Skatova; Benjamin Bedwell: What’s cooking: A digital intervention to encourage sustainable food behaviour using mobile and wearable technologies

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30 Scenarios and Venn diagrams: Groups form and be asked to design scenarios demonstrating sustainability issues, identifying self-reflection key-points within a ‘timeline’ process. Groups will present these scenarios with accompanying timelines. Feedback will be used to create Venn Diagrams of converging, diverging and overlapping key aspects of mobile self-reflection and sustainability.

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:00 Hands-on Experience: Participants will use self-reflection technologies to ‘play’ the previously constructed scenarios within the conference centre to identify mobility issues and how self reflection/sustainability emerge on an active level (in comparison to the theoretical level (e.g. scenarios)).

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-16:00 Presentations: Feedback from groups presenting findings and realisations in response to scenarios and the hands-on play and use of technology.

16:00-17:00 Final Discussion and Self-reflections: Collective review of themes and areas for innovation. Producing a clear understanding of identified opportunities, challenges that self-reflection (as an act) and self-reflection (as technological tool) can offer to sustainability across different disciplines and domains.