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  • Influence
Moving out from the control room: ethnography in system design
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Ethnography has gained considerable prominence as a technique for informing CSCW systems development of the nature of work. Expand
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Domestic Routines and Design for the Home
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The domestic environment is predicted by market analysts to be the major growth area in computing over the next decade, yet it is a poorly understood domain at the current time of writing. Expand
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Exploiting space and location as a design framework for interactive mobile systems
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This article considers the importance of context in mobile systems. Expand
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Populating the application: a model of awareness for cooperative applications
  • T. Rodden
  • Computer Science
  • CSCW '96
  • 16 November 1996
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This paper presents a model of awareness for shared cooperative applications that exploits the partitioning of space inherent within the spatial model to allow its application to non-spatial applications. Expand
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Dynamo: a public interactive surface supporting the cooperative sharing and exchange of media
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In this paper we propose a novel way of supporting occasional meetings that take place in unfamiliar public places that promotes lightweight, visible and fluid collaboration. Expand
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The Human Experience
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To address M. Weiser's (ibid., p. 19) human-centered vision of ubiquitous computing, the authors focus on physical interaction, general application features and theories of design and evaluation for this new mode of human-computer interaction. Expand
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Reflecting human values in the digital age
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HCI experts must broaden the field's scope and adopt new methods to be useful in 21st-century sociotechnical environments. Expand
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Ethnographically-informed systems design for air traffic control
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This paper relates experiences of a project where an ethnographic study of air traffic controllers is being used to inform the design of the controllers’ interface to the flight data base. Expand
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From interaction to trajectories: designing coherent journeys through user experiences
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The idea of interactional trajectories through interfaces has emerged as a sensitizing concept from recent studies of tangible interfaces and interaction in museums and galleries. Expand
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Motivating mobility: designing for lived motivation in stroke rehabilitation
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We report on participatory design work with four stroke survivors to develop a holistic understanding of their motivation and rehabilitation needs and to construct and deploy engaging interactive systems that satisfy these. Expand
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