Accepted Submissions

  1. Adaptation of Method-resources Between Projects: A Case Study From a Dynamic and Complex Work Domain by Jessica Wardlaw, Anna L Cox, and Muki Haklay [Feedback Form P1]
  2. Diffusion of Worth Mapping:The Worth of Resource Functions by Gilbert Cockton [Feedback Form P2]
  3. Co-Designing for Life: three examples of human-driven design practices for sustainable services by Veikko Ikonen, Marketta Niemelä, Minna Kulju, Antti Tammela, Tuomo Kivinen, Maarit Wallenius, Heidi Korhonen, Eija Kaasinen, and Maria Alaoja [Feedback Form P3]
  4. Comparison of Case Studies of Usability Maturity Assessment and Process Improvement by Nigel Bevan [Feedback Form P4]
  5. Impact of Sensory and Collaborative Contexts on Usability Evaluation Methods Resources by Ebba Thora Hvannberg [Feedback Form P5]
  6. Lean Design for Good User Experience by Valeria Gasik and David Lamas [Feedback Form P6]
  7. Facilitating the take-up of new HCI practices: a ‘diffusion of innovations’ perspective by Arnold Vermeeren and Gilbert Cockton [Feedback Form P7]
  8. Interviews Rather than Field Studies: Better Understanding on What-Is-to-Be Developed with Less Efforts? by Timo Jokela [Feedback Form P8]
  9. Heuristic Evaluation of User Experience – Case Nokia by Heli Rantavuo and Virpi Roto [Feedback Form P9]
  10. Hidden Biases in Semiotic Engineering Introducing Communicability Evaluation to Multi-Touch Interface Design by Jan Derboven [Feedback Form P10]
  11. Adapting User Testing for Evaluating a Multiplayer Game by Marta Kristin Larusdottir [Feedback Form P11]
  12. A Cross-Team Collaborative Evaluation of a CRM System by Marcin Sikorski [Feedback Form P12]
  13. Some Reflections on Evaluating Users’ Experience by Alistair Sutcliffe and Jennefer Hart [Feedback Form P13]
  14. “Should this be in my profile?”: Using a card sort to understand thoughts on information privacy by Edward S. De Guzman [Feedback Form P14]
  15. Mixed UX Methods Can Help to Achieve Triumphs by Leena Arhippainen, Minna Pakanen, and Seamus Hickey [Feedback Form P15]
  16. Integrating the Strengths of Cognitive Emotion Models with Traditional HCI Interaction Analysis Tools by Mark Springett and Effie Law [Feedback Form P16]
  17. Developer–User Social Distance as a Guiding Concept for User Involvement by Mikael Johnson [Feedback Form P17]
  18. Without a Clue What Design It Leads to: Exploring and Understanding a City and Life within It by Walking by Heli Väätäjä [Feedback Form P18]

The complete Workshop Proceedings can be download here.

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