Preliminary Program

Time Activities
09:00 Welcome and introduction by organisers

 

 
09.15 Short introduction talk by all participants
10:30 Coffee break  
11:00 Theme 1: Taxonomy, history and trends:
12:00 Theme 2: Building, designing and prototyping  
13:00 Lunch  
14:00 Theme 3: Evaluating toolkits  
15:00 Theme 4: Panel on Toolkits as Research Methods  
16:30 Coffee break  
17:00 Wrapping up the day
17:30 End of workshop
20:00 Dinner

Accepted Papers

  1. Human-centered Toolkit Design
    Henrik Mucha1 and Karsten Nebe2
    1 OWL University of Applied Sciences
    2 Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
  2. Code and Contribution in Interactive Systems Research
    James Fogarty
    University of Washington
  3. Research on HCI Toolkits and Toolkits for HCI Research: A Comparison
    Ulrich von Zadow and Raimund Dachselt
    Technische Universität Dresden
  4. Paper accepted, toolkit abandoned.
    Roman Rädle and Clemens Klokmose
    Aarhus University
  5. Technology and Community in Toolkits for Musical Interface Design
    Andrew McPherson and Fabio Morreale
    Queen Mary University of London
  6. The Toolkit / Audience Challenge
    David Ledo, Lora Oehlberg and Saul Greenberg
    University of Calgary
  7. Malleable User Interface Toolkits for Malleable Cross-Surface Interaction
    James Eagan
    LTCI, Telecom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay
  8. Looking for the Right Toolkit at the Right Time
    Fabio Paterno
    CNR-ISTI
  9. Decomposing Interactive Systems
    Philip Tchernavskij
    Univ. Paris-Sud, CNRS, Inria, Université Paris-Saclay
  10. The Evaluation of a Physiological Data Visualization Toolkit for UX Practitioners: Challenges and Opportunities
    Vanessa Georges1, François Courtemanche1, Sylvain Sénécal1, Pierre-Marjorique Léger1 and Lennart E. Nacke2
    1 HEC Montréal
    2 University of Waterloo
  11. Calling the “All In”: Playing The Risky Game Of Toolkits Research
    Michael Nebeling
    University of Michigan