UHasselt-iMinds-EDM contributes (to) four papers at DIS 2014 covering design aspects of proxemics and mobile systems:
- Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx and Nicolai Marquardt. The Design of Slow-Motion Feedback.
- Saul Greenberg, Sebastian Boring, Jo Vermeulen and Jakub Dostal. Dark Patterns in Proxemic Interactions: A Critical Perspective. (Best paper award)
- Johannes Schöning, Brent Hecht and Werner Kuhn. Informing Online and Mobile Map Design with the Collective Wisdom of Cartographers.
- Maaret Posti, Johannes Schöning and Jonna Häkkilä. Unexpected Journeys with the HOBBIT – The Design and Evaluation of an Asocial Hiking App.
We also tried to submit a pictorial on making informed decisions on using (mobile) technology in museums, but it appears that reviewers expected more and I didn’t really grasp the concept of a Pictorial very well apparently. Nevertheless, we decided to share it anyway and hope it can be useful for some: Karel Robert, Kris Luyten, Jo Vermeulen and Karin Coninx. Introducing Technology in Museums: How to Start?.