Stephen Hibbert

20152015

Personal profile

Biography

I am a lecturer in Graphic Design and Animation in the School of Art Design and Architecture. I joined the university full time in September 2015 after contributing part time to the courses throughout 2014/15.

I provide both Theory, Process and Studio based tuition and support for all Year One students on the combined Graphic Design and Animation courses.

In 2013/14 I completed an Masters Degree in Digital Media achieving a Distinction.

Prior to this I worked in Retail Management for an internationally renowned entertainment company, managing various internal businesses with turnovers in excess of £2 million. I also actively contributed to panels and steering groups helping to shape the brand strategy and customer relationship strategy.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Design and motion in the context of mixed reality
  • Duality of the mixed reality experience both in its embodied aspect of physical movement in space and its related representational output in digital display

Keywords

  • Graphic Design
  • Visual Communication
  • Motion Graphics
  • Mixed Reality

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art student Social Sciences
workplace Social Sciences
Interaction Mathematics
student Social Sciences
Society Social Sciences
Life Mathematics
Art Arts & Humanities
Mixed Reality Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2015 2015

  • 1 Conference contribution
1 Citations

Combining the virtual and physical interaction environment

Hibbert, S. 2015 Serious Games: 1st Joint International Conference, JCSG 2015, Proceedings. 1 ed. Springer International Publishing AG, Vol. 9090, p. 191-194 4 p. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics); vol. 9090)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Interaction
Life