Research Interests
  • Understanding how people find digital information (both actively and passively) and how they interpret and make use of it for their work or everyday lives.
  • Feeding this understanding into the design of new and improvement of existing digital information tools. This involves designing and making design suggestions how digital information tools can best support peoples’ information needs, tasks and behaviour. This also involves evaluating digital information environments to ensure they are both useful and usable.
Selected Publications

Click here for Stephann’s full list of publications. Some of Stephann’s favourite publications include:

Contact Stephann to discuss potential research collaboration opportunities or if you would like to discuss studying for a PhD under his supervision. Also contact him if you do not have access to any of his publications and would like him to e-mail you a preprint.

In Focus: Stephann's Research on Designing to Support Serendipity

Stephann talks serendipity in a secret London bar

A 'serendipity story' from Stephann's research

View more illustrated 'serendipity stories' on Stephann's YouTube channel. You can also read other peoples' memorable examples of serendipity and share your own at Stephann's serendipity stories collection,