By authors who attended the workshop
This list includes papers by participants and program committee members.
Note: some participants opted to share their papers in person at the workshop.
- Mauro Cherubini et al., Telefonica Research
A refined experience sampling method to capture mobile user experience
- Henriette Cramer, Andi Winterboer, et al., University of Amsterdam
Interaction with autonomous, mobile agents in a hazard monitoring context
- Sabrina Duda, EyeSquare [program committee]
My phone is my castle: facing the special challenges of mobile usability studies
- Jerry Fails et al., University of Maryland
Designing mobile interfaces for children using cooperative inquiry
- Maria Håkansson, Swedish Institute of Computer Science / Mobile Life Centre
Studying a novel mobile music sharing system
- Torgny Heimler, Sony Ericsson [program committee]
Lessons learnt from three different user experience studies
- Henri ter Hofte, Novay (formerly Telematica Instituut)
Can I put my lab in your pocket?
- Michael Jefferson, Frog Design
Walking wireframes, methods for exporing the mobile user experience
- Joke Kort, Rob Willems, Arnold P.O.S. Vermeeren TNO & Delft University of Technology [program committee]
Comparing UX measurements, a case study
- Kent Lyons, Intel [program committee]
Insights from wearable computing on research for mobile user experience
- Clara Mancini et al., The Open University & University of Bath
A multi-pronged empirical approach to mobile privacy investigation
- Peter McLachlan et al., Handi Mobility
Finding out what's out there: building a community for mobile research one step at a time
- Glenda Revelle, Emily Reardon, et al., Sesame Workshop
From sticky fingers on the mouse to fingerprints on the screen: research-based interface redesign when children's computer games move to touch-screen mobile devices
- Carol Taylor, Judith Ramey, Motricity & University of Washington
A framework for understanding mobile internet motivations and behaviors
By authors who could not attend
This list includes papers by program committee members.