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MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2006

Keynote Talk
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Session Chair: J. M. Carroll (The Pennsylvania State University)
1 Invited Talk: In Search of Lasting Principles for Designing  
Interactive Systems
S. J. Greenspan (National Science Foundation)

Session 1: Interaction Design Methods 1
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Session Chair: J.-M. Gauthier (New York University)
2 Inspiration Card Workshops
K. Halskov, P. Dalsgård (University of Aarhus)
12 Storyboarding: An Empirical Determination of Best Practices and  
Effective Guidelines
K. N. Truong (University of Toronto), G. R. Hayes, G. D. Abowd  
(Georgia Institute of Technology)
22 Child-Personas: Fact or Fiction?
A. N. Antle (Simon Fraser University)

Session 2: New Forms of Interaction
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Session Chair: J. van der Schijff (University of Cape Town)
31 The Spatial Character of Sensor Technology
S. Reeves, T. Pridmore, A. Crabtree, J. Green, S. Benford, C.  
O’Malley (University of Nottinghan)
41 Using Kinetic Typography to Convey Emotion in Text-Based  
Interpersonal Communication
J. Lee, S. Jun, J. Forlizzi, S. E. Hudson (Carnegie Mellon University)
50 Sensorial Interfaces
A. Chang, H. Ishii (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Session 3A: Wild Places
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Session Chair: M. Bergman (Naval Postgraduate School)
60 Supporting Ethnographic Studies of Ubiquitous Computing in the Wild
A. Crabtree, S. Benford, C. Greenhalgh (University of Nottingham), P.  
Tennent, M. Chalmers, B. Brown (University of Glasgow)
70 DJs’ Perspectives on Interaction and Awareness in Nightclubs
C. Gates, S. Subramanian, C. Gutwin (University of Saskatchewan)
80 SESAME: Towards Better 3D Conceptual Design Systems
J.-Y. Oh (University of Arizona), W. Stuerzlinger (York University),  
J. Danahy (University of Toronto)

Session 3B: Understanding Design
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Session Chair: M. B. Rosson (The Pennsylvania State University)
90 How Do Design and Evaluation Interrelate in HCI Research?
C. E. Wania, M. E. Atwood, K. W. McCain (Drexel University)
99 Staying Open to Interpretation: Engaging Multiple Meanings in  
Design and Evaluation
P. Sengers (Cornell University), W. Gaver (University of London)
109 Unfolding Understandings: Co-designing UbiComp In Situ, Over Time
J. Halloran (Coventry University & Universityof Sussex), E. Hornecker  
(University of Canterbury & University of Sussex), G. Fitzpatrick  
(University of Sussex), M. Weal, D. Millard, D. Michaelides, D.  
Cruickshank, D. De Roure (University of Southampton)

TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2006

Session 4: Panel on Design Quality
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Session Chair: A. G. Sutcliffe (University of Manchester)
119 Can We Measure Quality in Design and Do We Need To?
A. G. Sutcliffe (University of Manchester), J. Karat (IBM T.J. Watson  
Research Center), S. Bødker (University of Aarhus), B. Gaver  
(Goldsmiths College & University of London)

Session 5: Interaction Design Methods 2
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Session Chair: W. Wake (The Pennsylvania State University)
122 The Effect of Group Composition on Divergent Thinking in an  
Interaction Design Activity
A. Warr, E. O’Neill (University of Bath)
132 Randomness as a Resource for Design
T. W. Leong, F. Vetere, S. Howard (The University of Melbourne)
140 How Bodies Matter: Five Themes for Interaction Design
S. R. Klemmer, B. Hartmann, L. Takayama (Stanford University)

Session 6: Social Interaction
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Session Chair: W. A. Kellogg (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)
150 Popcorn: the personal knowledge base
S. Davies, S. Allen, J. Raphaelson, E. Meng, J. Engleman, R. King, C.  
Lewis (University of Colorado)
160 iTell: Supporting Retrospective Storytelling with Digital Photos
B. M. Landry, M. Guzdial (Georgia Institute of Technology)
169 Mock Games: A New Genre of Pervasive Play
M. Brynskov (University of Aarhus), M. Ludvigsen (Aarhus School of  

Session 7A: The Home
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Session Chair: G. Nadarajan (The Pennsylvania State University)
179 Morphome: A Constructive Field Studyof Proactive Information  
Technology in the Home
I. Koskinen, K. Kuusela (University of Art and Design Helsinki), K.  
Battarbee (IDEO), A. Soronen, F. Mäyrä (University of Tampere), J.  
Mikkonen, M. Zakrzewski (Tampere University of Technology)
189 The Impact of Pre-Patterns on the Design of Digital Home  
T. S. Saponas (University of Washington), M. K. Prabaker (Carnegie  
Mellon University), G. D. Abowd (Georgia Institute of Technology), J.  
A. Landay (University of Washington & Intel Research Seattle)
199 The History Tablecloth: Illuminating Domestic Activity
W. Gaver (Goldsmiths College), J. Bowers (University of East Anglia),  
A. Boucher, A. Law, S. Pennington (Goldsmiths College), N. Villar  
(Lancaster University)

Session 7B: Seeking Inspiration from Design
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Session Chair: J. Forlizzi (Carnegie Mellon University)
209 What Do Usability Evaluators Do in Practice? An Explorative Study  
of Think-Aloud Testing
M. Nørgaard, K. Hornbæk (University of Copenhagen)
219 Collaborative Architecture Design and Evaluation
S. R. Haynes, A. L. Skattebo, J. A. Singel (The Pennsylvania State  
University), M. A. Cohen (Lock Haven University), J. L. Himelright  
(The Pennsylvania State University)
229 Design Documentaries: Inspiring Design Research Through  
Documentary Film
B. Raijmakers (Royal College of Art), W. W. Gaver (University of  
London), J. Bishay (Royal Philips Electronics)


Keynote Talk
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Session Chair: S. Bødker (Aarhus University)
239 Invited Talk: The Origin and Design of Intentional Affordances
A. Rizzo (University of Sienna)

Session 8: Interaction Design Methods 3
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Session Chair: G. van der Veer (Free University of Amsterdam)
241 External Representations in Ubiquitous Computing Design and the  
Implications for Design Tools
S. Dow (Georgia Institute of Technology), T. S. Saponas, Y. Li  
(University of Washington), J. A. Landay (University of Washington &  
Intel Research Seattle)
251 The Use of Abstraction and Motion in the Design of Social Interfaces
B. Mutlu, J. Forlizzi, I. Nourbakhsh, J. Hodgins (Carnegie Mellon  
261 “It’s Just a Method!” A Pedagogical Experiment in  
Interdisciplinary Design
S. Harrison (Virginia Institute of Technology), M. Back (Fuki Xerox),  
D. Tatar (Virginia Institute of Technology)
271 Interaction, Usability and Aesthetics: What Influences Users’  
A. De Angeli, A. G. Sutcliffe, J. Hartmann (University of Manchester)

Session 9: In Public
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Session Chair: S. Harrison (Virginia Institute of Technology)
281 ec(h)o: Situated Play in a Tangible and Audio Museum Guide
R. Wakkary, M. Hatala (Simon Fraser University)
291 Experiencing BLISS When Becoming a Bus Passenger
D. J. Reed, P. Wright (University of York)
301 Challenges in Designing Interactive Systems for Emergency Response
M. Kyng, E. T. Nielsen, M. Kristensen (University of Aarhus)

Session 10: Community Tech
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Session Chair: G. De Michelis (University of Milano)
311 Back to School: Design Principles for Improving Webcast  
Interactivity From Face-to-Face Classroom Observation
J. Birnholtz (University of Toronto)
321 Wikifying Your Interface: Facilitating Community-Based Interface  
M. C. Jones, D. Rathi, M. B. Twidale (University of Illinois at  
331 A Persistent Chat Space for Work Groups: The Design, Evaluation  
and Deployment of Loops
T. Erickson, W. A. Kellogg, M. Laff, J. Sussman, T. V. Wolf, C. A.  
Halverson, D. Edwards (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)

Doctoral Symposium
341 An Empirical Framework for Designing Social Products
B. Mutlu (Carnegie Mellon University)
343 Designing and Evaluating Glanceable Peripheral Displays
T. Matthews (University of California at Berkeley)
346 Designing for Experiences: Randomness as a Resource
T. W. Leong (The University of Melbourne)
348 Designing for Social Interaction: An Experimental Design Research  
M. Ludvigsen (Aarhus School of Architecture)
350 Designing Interfaces to Enrich Personalization
J. R. Eagan (Georgia Institute of Technology)
352 Design Research for a Context-aware Capture System to Support  
Biology Education
A. Crystal (University of North Carolina)
354 Investigating Design Knowledge Reuse for Interface Development
S. Wahid (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University)
357 “Just the Facts Ma’am?” A Contextual Approach to the Legal  
Information Use Environment
Y. P. Jones (Drexel University)
360 Trees of Life: Models of Children’s Creative Processes
M. C. R. Harrington (University of Pittsburgh)
363 Visualizing Network Traffic for Intrusion Detection
J. R. Goodall (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

365 Exploring Design as a Research Activity
B. Hoffman, H. Mentis, M. Peters, D. Saab, S. Schweitzer, J.  
Spielvogel (The Pennsylvania State University)
367 Exploring the Interrelationships between the Design and  
Evaluation of Interactive Systems
M. E. Atwood, C. E. Wania (Drexel University)
369 Fun & Games: On the Process of Game Design
M. S. El-Nasr, J. B. Gross (The Pennsylvania State University)

371 Author Index

372 Keyword Index

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