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As a reminder, there is still time to participate in our workshop. The
deadline for contributions is extended until Friday, April 23 and the
submissions are really lightweight (2-4 pages position paper). We hope that
it could be of interest to many of you. The details are below.
The online ECSCW 2021 workshop on “Challenges of transferring UX designs
and insights across products and services”
<> aims to bring together
practitioners and scholars working on conceptualization, maintenance, and
preservation of transferable UX artifacts within their organizations.

In this workshop, we aim on synthesizing the challenges and highlighting
opportunities of transferring UX insights while developing multiple
products and services. We ask: “How can we depart from a paradigm of
designing a single product and turn to the holistic UX design approach at

Instead of focusing on a product, we call UX researchers, designers,
experts and practitioners, to center on an ecology of artifacts, e.g. a
portfolio. This, in turn, may help to improve existing work environments
and to develop novel integrated work environments, where many actors need
to effectively coordinate their actions using a myriad of tools.

That change, ultimately, may lead not only to improved quality of work and
create pleasurable experiences for the end-users, but also establish a
ground for successful company-wide collaboration when it comes to
preserving and transferring UX insights and rules.

We call for participants from diverse backgrounds to contribute to a
critical discussion at the intersection of design, enterprise architecture,
product/portfolio management, and agile software development to create a UX
research agenda for designing integrated digital work environments,
unpacking development, users, and change perspectives to aid establishing
long-living UX practices that extend across projects and overtime.

More details:


To apply, please submit a position paper (2-4 pages, template
<>) explaining your interests
and experience in transferable UX in relation to the workshop theme
<> in PDF format
by April 23, 2021 by emailing it to [log in to unmask] . To promote
broader participation from UX design practitioners (e.g., UX researchers,
UX designers, Product Managers, Portfolio Managers, Enterprise Architects,
Human Factors Specialists), and design leaders, we offer the option of
submitting alternative material in the form of a design portfolio, a case
study, a poster of a relevant project, or the like.


Submission deadline: April 23, 2021, 23:59 AoE
Notification: April 30, 2021
Workshop: June 8, 2021


The workshop organizers will arrange a virtual program for up to 20
participants. Participation in the workshop will be free of charge for
members <>. The membership cost is 50 EUR
for academics/practitioners and 35 EUR for students. Registration details:


Anton Fedosov, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Daniel Boos, SBB Swiss Federal Railways, Switzerland
Susanne Schmidt-Rauch, evux AG, Switzerland
Jarno Ojala, Vincit Oyj, Finland
Myriam Lewkowicz, Troyes University of Technology, France

If you have any questions, please drop us an email at
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Jarno Ojala | Vincit | UX researcher, PhD
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