2014: Three public reports on "Conversations, Conferencing and Collaboration: An Investigation of Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Distributed Meetings", including the UK report(ISBN 978-0-9564691-0-6), the US report(ISBN 978-0-9564691-1-3) and the Asia-Pacific report(ISBN 978-0-9564691-2-0). These reports were first released at the official launch of a joint venture between BT Group Plc and Dolby - BT MeetMe with Dolby Voice product, and subsequently cited in a variety of media sources.
The "Seeing the Revolution" educational article (2012) on how a maths visualisation programme offers an inclusive solution for changing the way maths, science, and technology subjects are taught around the globe.
2011: Three public reports on "Culture, Communication and Change: An Investigation of the Use and Impact of Modern Media and Technology in Our Lives" conducted in four countries (UK, US, Australia and China), including the Book of Thought Pieces(ISBN 978-0-9545243-5-7), the Detailed Report(ISBN 978-0-9545243-7-1) and the Summary Report(ISBN 978-0-9545243-6-4). The results of this research project were published in over 200 pieces of press and media coverage, including page 3 of The Telegraph.
The "Innovation and 'Hanging Out'" industry article (2011) written for innovation pages of BT Group Plc.
The "E-mail, Task-switching, and Productivity" industry article (2011) offering solutions for a more productive ways of working with modern information and communication technologies in the era of super busy schedules.
The "Understanding the User" industry article (2011) discussing useful methods for creating user interfaces that present information in a way that is easier to absorb and retain by the human brain. Ultimately, understanding our cognitive preferences and limitations is the key to making the vast amounts of available electronic data useful to users.