Symposia, workshops and demos

 

2012

Stacey Kuznetsov, Alex S Taylor, Eric Paulos, Carl DiSalvo, Tad Hirsch (2012) (DIY)biology and opportunities for HCI, DIS '12, p. 809-810, New York, NY: ACM Press, pdf

2010

Nicolai Marquardt, Alex Taylor, Saul Greenberg (2010) Visible and controllable RFID tags, CHI EA '10, p. 3057-3062, New York, NY: ACM Press, pdf

2009

Ylva Fernaeus, Sara Ljungblad, Mattias Jacobsson, Alex S Taylor (2009) Where third wave HCI meets HRI: report from a workshop on user-centred design of robots, HRI '09, p. 293-294, New York, NY: ACM Press, url

2008

Anab Jain, Alex S Taylor (2008) Objects Incognito: RFID and Body Readers, Design and the Elastic Mind (online exhibits), New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art

Anab Jain, Alex S Taylor (2008) Domestic Gubbins, Design and the Elastic Mind (online exhibits), New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art, url

Anab Jain, Nicolai Marquardt, Alex S Taylor (2008) Near-Future RFID, Artifacts Session, EPIC '08, p. 352-353, Copenhagen, Denmark: American Anthropological Assoc., pdf

Wendy March, Dawn Nafus, Laurel Swan, Alex S Taylor (2008) Night and darkness: interaction after dark, CHI EA '08, p. 3985-3988, New York, NY: ACM Press, url, doi:10.1145/1358628.1358973

Siân E Lindley, Abigail C Durrant, David S Kirk, Alex S Taylor (2008) Collocated social practices surrounding photos, CHI EA '08, p. 3921-3924, New York, NY: ACM Press, url, doi:10.1145/1358628.1358957

Abigail Durrant, Alex S Taylor, Stuart Taylor, Mike Molloy, Abigail Sellen, David Frohlich, Phil Gosset, Laurel Swan (2008) Speculative devices for photo display, CHI EA '08, p. 2297-2302, New York, NY: ACM Press, url, doi:10.1145/1358628.1358673

Anab Jain, Alex S Taylor (2008) Life and death of energy-autonomous devices, SIGGRAPH '08: ACM SIGGRAPH 2008 art gallery, p. 70, New York, NY: ACM Press, pdf, doi:10.1145/1400385.1400425

2007

Susan P Wyche, Alex Taylor, Joseph Kaye (2007) Pottering: a design-oriented investigation, CHI EA '07, p. 1893-1898, New York, NY: ACM Press, url

2006

Madelene Lindström, Anna Ståhl, Kristina Höök, Petra Sundström, Jarmo Laaksolathi, Marco Combetto, Alex Taylor, Roberto Bresin (2006) Affective diary: designing for bodily expressiveness and self-reflection, CHI EA '06 Montreal, p. 1037-1042, New York, NY: ACM Press, url, doi:10.1145/1125451.1125649

Alex S Taylor, Shahram Izadi, Laurel Swan, Richard Harper, Bill Buxton (2006) Building bowls for miscellaneous media, Physicality '06

Laurel Swan, Shahram Izadi, Abigail Sellen, Alex S Taylor, Richard Harper, Mark Perry (2006) Rethinking the "smart" home, International Symposium on Intelligent Environments

Alex S Taylor (2006) Intelligence in context, International Symposium on Intelligent Environments

2005

Laurel Swan, Alex S Taylor (2005) Notes on fridge surfaces, CHI EA '05, p. 1813-1816, New York, NY: ACM Press, doi:http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1056808.1057029

A J Brush, Leysia Palen, Laurel Swan, Alex S Taylor (2005) Designs for home life, CHI EA '05, p. 2035-2036, New York, NY: ACM, doi:http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1056808.1057087

2004

Alex S Taylor, Andy Stone (2004) Information on-the-go, Conference on The Life of Mobile Data: Technology, Mobility and Data Subjectivity, url

Laurel Swan, Alex S Taylor (2004) An ethnography of lists in mothers' work, CHI Fringe 2004

Laurel Swan, Alex S Taylor (2004) A short note on design troubles & enlisting critical reflection, CHI '04, Reflective HCI Workshop, url

2003

Alex S Taylor (2003) Phone-talk and local forms of subversion, Front Stage - Back Stage, the fourth international conference to examine the emerging social and economic meanings of mobile telephony and mobile communication

Alex S Taylor, Anne Cohen Kiel (2003) Recovering the social life of things, CHI '03, Designing Culturally Situated Technologies for the Home Workshop

2002

Alex S Taylor (2002) Teenage ‘Phone-talk’ and its Implications for Design, NordiCHI '02, Bridging the gap between field studies and design workshop

2001

Alex S Taylor, Richard Harper (2001) ‘Talking Activity’: Young people and mobile phones, CHI '01, Mobile Communications Workshop