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Can Security Become a Routine?: A Study of Organizational Change in an Agile Software Development Group
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We studied how security consultancy affected organizational routines in a software development group that underwent a first-time security audit and training. Expand
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First-time Security Audits as a Turning Point?: Challenges for Security Practices in an Industry Software Development Team
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We report from a one-year study of a penetration test run at a major software vendor. Expand
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Beyond individuals: exploring social experiences around wearables
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In this workshop, we look into the dynamic and communicative nature of wearable technology designed for both individuals and groups. Expand
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Expressive Wearables: Practices-Oriented Codesign for New Forms of Social Mobile Technology
  • F. A. Epp
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Mob. Hum. Comput. Interact.
  • 1 October 2019
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Self-expressionis an important practice in the field of Wearable Technology. Expand
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Identity through Social Wearables: Designing with Finnish University Students
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We conducted a ten-month field study on the practice of customising and wearing boiler suits (fi: opiskeljhaalarit) in the Finnish university student culture and co-designed concepts for social wearables using the dialogue-labs method. Expand
Collocated Sharing of Presentations of Self in Public Settings
Various mobile technologies proofed to enhance peoples collocated social interactions. In particular, user-generated presentations of self have proven beneficial, albeit in specific social settings.Expand