Marta Ferreira

Marta Ferreira
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa | NOVA · Department of Informatics (DI)

MA in Communication Design // PhD student In Digital Media

About

7
Publications
347
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
7
Citations
Introduction
Communication Designer and Design Researcher. Marta has a degree in Communication Design and a MA in Typographic and Editorial Practices. She is now a PhD student in Design and Digital Media with a scholarship by FCT. Marta's research interests lie in the intersection between different media and their communication potential. She is now working on applying these areas of interest in interaction projects related with sustainability, particularly focusing on climate change.
Additional affiliations
May 2018 - October 2019
Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • As Art Director of the programme I was responsible for the creation of its new branding and all visual communication. This meant that I created the brand's concept and visual language from inception and implemented it in all sorts of media – from stationery to their website, from posters to roll-ups, from videos to merchandise.
September 2010 - October 2019
Freelancer
Position
  • Designer
Description
  • Multidisciplinary freelance Design work – from conception to the final artwork. I've worked with brands from all over the World like Biconi, Fnac, Harley Davidson, Champalimaud Foundation, Caminho das Palavras Publishing House, among many others.
October 2009 - August 2016
Magnésio Design Studio
Position
  • Designer
Description
  • Senior Designer and Art Director, responsible to work on or supervise all design projects in all stages of development.
Education
September 2019 - August 2023
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
Field of study
  • Digital Media
September 2014 - October 2017
Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Lisbon
Field of study
  • Typography and Editorial Practices
September 2003 - July 2008
Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Lisbon
Field of study
  • Communication Design

Publications

Publications (7)
Conference Paper
Sustainable Development (SD) in its dimensions – environment, economy, and society – is a growing area of concern within the HCI community. This paper advances a systematic literature review on sustainability across the Sustainable Human-Computer Interaction (SHCI) body of work. The papers were classified according to the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) f...
Chapter
Climate change is arguably one of the most debated issues today. The scale and global reach of this crisis doesn’t afford a universal solution and requires widespread global mobilization. Public engagement is essential for the success of any initiative on this topic. However, sometimes communicating the facts is not enough. Interactive storytelling...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
During the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing measures were employed to contain its spread. This paper describes the deployment and testing of a passive Wi-Fi scanning system to help people keep track of crowded spaces, hence comply with social distancing measures. The system is based on passive Wi-Fi sensing to detect human presence in 93 locati...
Chapter
During the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing measures were employed to contain its spread. This paper describes the deployment and testing of a passive Wi-Fi scanning system to help people keep track of crowded spaces, hence comply with social distancing measures. The system is based on passive Wi-Fi sensing to detect human presence in 93 locati...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Inspired by HCI research advocating for the inclusion of children in the design process, this pictorial provides a qualitative case study on children's perceptions of urban landscapes. Our goal is to create digital maps in the context of locative systems and wayfinding for children. For this purpose, we engaged 70 students from the city of Funchal...
Conference Paper
This pictorial summarizes a qualitative study of children's perceptions of mobility through their own cognitive map drawings of the journey from home to school. We engaged 27 sixth-grade students (11 to 12 year-old) from Lisbon, Portugal, and analyze their drawings extracting 12 different design recommendations. We use these recommendations to prov...

Network

Cited By