Author: David Trepess
David Trepess is a principal human factors engineer at Sony BP Research Labs. He holds a BA, MSc and a PhD all in the HCI and HF area. His current work involves investigating human factors issues in broadcast and other media centric industries.
His PhD was titled "A Classification Model for Human Error in Collaborative Systems" and was conducted at Staffordshire University. His other main research interests include multimedia design, task analysis and information visualisation.
Trepess, David (2015): Information Foraging Theory. In: Papantoniou, Bill, Soegaard, Mads, Lupton, Julia Reinhard, Goktürk, Mehmet, Trepess, David, Knemeyer, Dirk, Svoboda, Eric, Memmel, Thomas, Folmer, Eelke, Gunes, Hatice, Harrod, Martin, Spillers, Frank, Hornecker, Eva (eds). "The Glossary of Human Computer Interaction" The Interaction Design Foundation .
Trepess, David, Kotaka, Nobuhiro (2008): User-Centric Development of New Metadata Tools to Enhance File- Based News Gathering Workf. In: Proceedings of IBC 2008 September 12-17, 2008, Amsterdam, Holland. pp. 8.
Trepess, David, Stanley, Russell, Whiting, Kevin, Endo, Kazuo (2011): Advanced workflows through metadata capture and immediate content availability. In: The 2011 SMPTE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition October 25-27, 2011, Hollywood, CA. https://www.smpte2011.org/