E-WORKLIFE was created in collaboration with researchers at UCL, Northumbria and the University of Birmingham to provide evidence-based strategies to support remote working. It builds on a decade of our research into how to best manage our digital devices to support both the work and non-work parts of our lives.

More info can be found at: https://www.eworkresearch.org/portfolio/eworklife-remote-work/ 

347 participants took our survey and provided both Likert scale responses on specific issues and open text responses on some of the issues they had
From this, we recruited 25 for follow-up interviews to explore their experience.

Through a thematic analysis, we have produced a number of insights on workers’ strategies, how they adopted technology and the issues they experienced.

Joseph Newbold, Anna Rudnicka, David Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, and Anna L. Cox. “The new normals of work: a framework for understanding responses to disruptions created by new futures of work.” Human–Computer Interaction (2021): 1-24.

Anna Rudnicka, Joseph Newbold, Dave Cook, Marta E. Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, and Anna L. Cox. “Eworklife: Developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic.” In Eworklife: developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new future of work online symposium, 2020.

Anna Rudnicka, Dave Cook, Marta E. Cecchinato, Sandy J. J. Gould, Joseph Newbold, and Anna L. Cox. 2022. The end of the active work break? Remote work, sedentariness and the role of technology in creating active break-taking norms. In 2022 Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction for Work (CHIWORK 2022). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, Article 1, 1–13.