Carrie-Ann Wilson is a Research Fellow with the Digital Media Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology. Her area of specialty includes technology adoption and digital inclusion in rural, regional and remote Australia.
Her MPhil research explores the adoption and effective use of connectivity technologies in small and medium enterprises in rural, regional and remote Australia. Carrie’s commitment to this work stems from experience in delivering digital solutions to regionally based businesses and organisations, as founder of a digital design business.
Carrie has a strong background in design thinking and experience in the application of human-centered methodologies to understand user needs, motivations and behaviours. Formerly an IT specialist at Griffith University, she is well-versed in supporting users in the adoption and effective use of new technologies.
Carrie is currently contributing to a program of work undertaken by the ‘Developing Rural Australia through Digital Participation’ research group.