Paper presentations at national and international conferences
2016 Presented a paper titled Foundations for Interaction Design: The Interactive Widget Nuts+Bolts AIGA design education conference on pedagogy. Published (in progress) at nutsandbolts.aiga.org
2016 Motion Design Education Summit Edited Conference Proceedings published with Routledge, A Taylor & Francis Group.
2014 Connecting With Users Though Interactive Prototyping: Understanding User Behavior Through Building The Black Box And Its Electronic Innards presented at EVA London 2014 and published at ewic.bcs.org.
2014 Presented a published paper titled Complex Network Visualizations As A Means Of Generative Research In Design at Connecting Dots: AIGA design education conference on research. University of Cincinnati DAAP, March 2014. Published selected for publication at connectingdots.aiga.org.
2013 Presented Telling A Design Story at Head, Heart, Hand, national AIGA conference in Minneapolis. Motion design is featured as a means to explain a difficult or complex design topic. Paper selected for publication at aiga.org. October 2013.
2012 How to Fix the Machinery of Health Care in Rwanda, paper presented at the AIGA Design Educators Conference: Geographics: Design, Education and the Transnational Terrain in December 2012 at The East-West Center and the University of Hawai’i at Manoa Honolulu, Hawai’i.
2009 R. Brian Stone, Teaching Type in Motion to Amplify Meaning, Communication, and Emotion. Conference proceedings (contribution).
2008 Michael Dooley and Steven Heller, Teaching Motion Design: Course Offerings and Class Projects from the Leading Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. Acknowledged for contributions to a chapter by R. Brian Stone.
2005 Graduate thesis: Mediating an Experience: An Approach to Designing a Compelling Synchronous, Distant, Virtual Communication Environment. Advisor: Professor R. Brian Stone Published at OhioLINK.
—MODE 2015, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin Ireland