• Corporations and professionalism: awkward bed-fellows?

    David published a paper in the Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, in October 2017, entitled ‘Corporations and professionalism: awkward bed-fellows?’ – a response to Oliver Burmeister’s paper, in the same issue, on Professionalism in […]

     
  • Banking sector will be ground zero for job losses from AI and robotics – article in The Conversation

    Banking sector will be ground zero for job losses from AI and robotics – article in The Conversation

    In September 2017, David co-authored an article in The Conversation responding to Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan’s  prediction a bonfire of industry jobs in the Banking sector as automation takes hold across the finance sector.

     
  • Wearable Technology in the Workplace

    Wearable Technology in the Workplace

    In November 2016 David published a white paper, with Marie Griffiths, in the Salford White Paper Series, and on Medium. “Wearable Technology in the Workplace” by David Kreps and Marie Griffiths, Salford Business School https://medium.com/@salfordbizsch/wearable-technology-in-the-workplace-bdbc7b316c85#.ppxf2jm4d

     
  • Theorising Web 3.0

    David published a paper in the journal, Information Technology and People, in 2015, entitled, ‘Theorising Web 3.0: ICTs in a Changing Society’.  This paper was also the Editorial for a Special Issue of Information Technology and People, Guest […]

     
  • Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, First Monday, in 2015, entitled ‘Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility’. Abstract: The focus of much academic work on […]

     
  • Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism

    David published a paper in the journal, tripleC – Cognition, Communication, Co-operation, in 2011, entitled, ‘Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism’. Abstract: Social Networking Sites (SNS) have become a key component of users’ experience of the internet. […]

     
  • A framework for accessible m-government implementation

    David published a paper with his (then) PhD student, in the journal, Electronic Government, an International Journal, in 2010, entitled, ‘A framework for accessible m-government implementation’ Abstract: The great popularity and rapid diffusion of mobile technologies […]

     
  • My Social Networking Profile: Copy, Resemblance, or Simulacrum? A Poststructuralist Interpretation of Social Information Systems

    David published a paper in the European Journal of Information Systems, in 2010, entitled, ‘My Social Networking Profile: Copy, Resemblance, or Simulacrum? A Poststructuralist Interpretation of Social Information Systems’. Abstract: This paper offers an introduction […]

     
  • Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, Information Communication and Society, in 2009, entitled, ‘Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility’. Abstract: Much of the World Wide Web remains inaccessible or difficult to access by people across […]

     
  • User Testing is Not a Luxury

    David published a paper in the journal Electronic Markets – The International Journal in 2008, entitled ‘User Testing is Not a Luxury’. Abstract: Companies need to address Web Accessibility with more than just professional standards of code writing, […]