Ben Ennis Butler

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Ben Ennis Butler is currently a Senior Lecturer in Design and the Design Program Core Coordinator, within the School of Design and Built Environment, Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra.

He completed his practice-led PhD, Escaping the search box: developing digital interfaces that encourage exploration and discovery, in 2017. His research focused on the creation of innovative visual information seeking interfaces for the Australian Prints and Printmaking collection from the National Gallery of Australia.

He is interested in considering how data visualisation and web design techniques and methods can be utilised in the creation of novel exploratory interfaces for digital heritage collections.

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PhD, Escaping the search box: developing digital interfaces that encourage exploration and discovery

Award Date: 12 Jul 2016

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