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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × France
1 × South Korea
1 × The Netherlands
13 × USA
4 × Canada
Collaborated with:
S.Benford A.Crabtree A.Hupfeld P.Tolmie B.Koleva J.A.Hughes I.Sommerville C.Greenhalgh J.A.Mariani J.Trevor S.Moran H.Schnädelbach P.Sawyer R.Bentley E.Luger J.E.Fischer R.Wetzel K.Palfreyman J.Bowers Y.Rogers M.Rouncefield G.Giannachi K.Bachour S.Reeves M.Flintham S.D.Ramchurn A.Brown R.Mortier D.S.Kirk D.S.Fraser D.Ramduny A.J.Dix G.Smith N.Pantidi S.Izadi G.Fitzpatrick L.Urquhart M.Golembewski G.Button J.Halloran I.Taylor V.King H.Andersen S.Viller S.R.Egglestone A.Y.Ahmed B.Bedwell H.Brignull J.O'Brien M.Twidale T.D.Huynh L.Moreau S.Reece D.Jones E.Costanza J.A.Colley N.R.Jennings B.Walker J.Marshall A.Penn P.Steadman K.Glover M.Dade-Robertson D.Randall D.Shapiro A.Chamberlain C.Griffiths D.Zilli G.V.Merrett A.Rogers M.Fraser P.Chandler M.Foster R.Anastasi A.Drozd M.Adams J.Row-Farr N.Tandavanitj A.Steed M.Balaam A.Hughes A.Wilkinson T.Nind L.Axelrod E.Harris I.Ricketts S.Mawson J.H.Burridge
Talks about:
design (10) interact (6) support (6) ethnographi (4) collabor (3) realiti (3) process (3) system (3) explor (3) experi (3)

Person: Tom Rodden

DBLP DBLP: Rodden:Tom

Facilitated 3 volumes:

CHI 2010Ed
CHI 2006Ed
CSCW 2002Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20092009
CSCW 20082008
CHI 20072007
CSCW 20062006
CHI 20042004
CSCW 20042004
CHI 20032003
CHI 20022002
CSCW 19981998
CSCW 19961996
RE 19951995
CSCW 19941994
INTERCHI 19931993
RE 19931993
CSCW 19921992
DiGRA/FDG 20162016

Wrote 40 papers:

CHI-2015-BachourWFHRM #game studies #human-computer #online #people #standard
Provenance for the People: An HCI Perspective on the W3C PROV Standard through an Online Game (KB, RW, MF, TDH, TR, LM), pp. 2437–2446.
CHI-2015-FischerRRRRJ #collaboration
Building a Birds Eye View: Collaborative Work in Disaster Response (JEF, SR, TR, SR, SDR, DJ), pp. 4103–4112.
CHI-2015-LugerURG #design #game studies #process #using
Playing the Legal Card: Using Ideation Cards to Raise Data Protection Issues within the Design Process (EL, LU, TR, MG), pp. 457–466.
CHI-2014-CostanzaFCRRJ #energy
Doing the laundry with agents: a field trial of a future smart energy system in the home (EC, JEF, JAC, TR, SDR, NRJ), pp. 813–822.
CHI-2014-MoranPRCGZMR #deployment #lessons learnt #smarttech
Listening to the forest and its curators: lessons learnt from a bioacoustic smartphone application deployment (SM, NP, TR, AC, CG, DZ, GVM, AR), pp. 2387–2396.
CSCW-2014-HupfeldR #social
Books as a social technology (AH, TR), pp. 639–651.
CSCW-2014-TolmieBGRR #interactive
Supporting group interactions in museum visiting (PT, SB, CG, TR, SR), pp. 1049–1059.
CHI-2013-BrownMR #interactive #multi #named #network
MultiNet: reducing interaction overhead in domestic wireless networks (AB, RM, TR), pp. 1569–1578.
CHI-2013-LugerMR #complexity
Consent for all: revealing the hidden complexity of terms and conditions (EL, SM, TR), pp. 2687–2696.
CHI-2013-RoddenFPBM #energy #towards
At home with agents: exploring attitudes towards future smart energy infrastructures (TR, JEF, NP, KB, SM), pp. 1173–1182.
CHI-2012-BenfordGGWMR #interactive
Uncomfortable interactions (SB, CG, GG, BW, JM, TR), pp. 2005–2014.
CHI-2012-HupfeldR #human-computer
Laying the table for HCI: uncovering ecologies of domestic food consumption (AH, TR), pp. 119–128.
CSCW-2012-BenfordTACR #design
Supporting traditional music-making: designing for situated discretion (SB, PT, AYA, AC, TR), pp. 127–136.
CHI-2011-BalaamEFRHWNAHRMB #design #motivation
Motivating mobility: designing for lived motivation in stroke rehabilitation (MB, SRE, GF, TR, AMH, AW, TN, LA, EH, IR, SM, JHB), pp. 3073–3082.
In support of city exploration (BB, HS, SB, TR, BK), pp. 1171–1180.
CHI-2009-BenfordGKR #case study #design #experience #interactive #user interface
From interaction to trajectories: designing coherent journeys through user experiences (SB, GG, BK, TR), pp. 709–718.
CHI-2009-CrabtreeRTB #harmful
Ethnography considered harmful (AC, TR, PT, GB), pp. 879–888.
CHI-2009-KolevaESGGRD #case study #experience #hybrid
Supporting the creation of hybrid museum experiences (BK, SRE, HS, KG, CG, TR, MDR), pp. 1973–1982.
CSCW-2008-TolmieCRB #quote #what
“Are you watching this film or what?”: interruption and the juggling of cohorts (PT, AC, TR, SB), pp. 257–266.
CHI-2007-KirkRF #collaboration #gesture
Turn it this way: grounding collaborative action with remote gestures (DSK, TR, DSF), pp. 1039–1048.
Moving office: inhabiting a dynamic building (HS, AP, PS, SB, BK, TR), pp. 313–322.
CHI-2004-CrabtreeBRGFADARTS #artificial reality #game studies
Orchestrating a mixed reality game “on the ground” (AC, SB, TR, CG, MF, RA, AD, MA, JRF, NT, AS), pp. 391–398.
CSCW-2004-BrignullIFRR #interactive
The introduction of a shared interactive surface into a communal space (HB, SI, GF, YR, TR), pp. 49–58.
CSCW-2004-CrabtreeRM #development
Collaborating around collections: informing the continued development of photoware (AC, TR, JAM), pp. 396–405.
CHI-2003-RoddenB #design #evolution #ubiquitous
The evolution of buildings and implications for the design of ubiquitous domestic environments (TR, SB), pp. 9–16.
CHI-2003-RoddenRHT #design #novel
Designing novel interactional workspaces to support face to face consultations (TR, YR, JH, IT), pp. 57–64.
CHI-2002-SchnadelbachKFFICFBGR #artificial reality #interface
The augurscope: a mixed reality interface for outdoors (HS, BK, MF, MF, SI, PC, MF, SB, CG, TR), pp. 9–16.
CSCW-1998-RamdunyDR #design
Exploring the Design Space for Notification Servers (DR, AJD, TR), pp. 227–235.
CSCW-1998-TrevorRS #architecture
Out of this World: An Extensible Session Architecture for Heterogeneous Electronic Landscapes (JT, TR, GS), pp. 119–128.
CSCW-1996-PalfreymanR #protocol #web
A Protocol for User Awareness on the World Wide Web (KP, TR), pp. 130–139.
Populating the Application: A Model of Awareness for Cooperative Applications (TR), pp. 87–96.
RE-1995-HughesORRS #process #requirements
Presenting ethnography in the requirements process (JAH, JO, TR, MR, IS), pp. 27–39.
CSCW-1994-HughesKRA #design
Moving Out from the Control Room: Ethnography in System Design (JAH, VK, TR, HA), pp. 429–439.
CSCW-1994-RouncefieldHRV #constant
Working with “Constant Interruption”: CSCW and the Small Office (MR, JAH, TR, SV), pp. 275–286.
CSCW-1994-TrevorRM #adaptation #using
The Use of Adapters to Support Cooperative Sharing (JT, TR, JAM), pp. 219–230.
INTERCHI-1993-BowersR #case study #experience #interface #network
Exploding the interface: experiences of a CSCW network (JB, TR), pp. 255–262.
RE-1993-SommervilleRSBT #process #requirements
Integrating ethnography into the requirements engineering process (IS, TR, PS, RB, MT), pp. 165–173.
CSCW-1992-BentleyHRRSSS #design
Ethnographically-Informed Systems Design for Air Traffic Control (RB, JAH, DR, TR, PS, DS, IS), pp. 123–129.
CSCW-1992-BentleyRSS #architecture #multi
An Architecture for Tailoring Cooperative Multi-User Displays (RB, TR, PS, IS), pp. 187–194.
DiGRA-FDG-2016-WetzelRB #artificial reality #design #game studies
Developing Ideation Cards for Mixed Reality Game Design (RW, TR, SB).

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