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*2009
36EEWilliam W. Gaver, John Bowers, Tobie Kerridge, Andy Boucher, Nadine Jarvis: Anatomy of a failure: how we knew when our design went wrong, and what we learned from it. CHI 2009: 2213-2222
2008
35EEWilliam W. Gaver, Andy Boucher, Andy Law, Sarah Pennington, John Bowers, Jacob Beaver, Jan Humble, Tobie Kerridge, Nicolas Villar, Alex Wilkie: Threshold devices: looking out from the home. CHI 2008: 1429-1438
2007
34EEWilliam W. Gaver, Phoebe Sengers, Tobie Kerridge, Joseph Kaye, John Bowers: Enhancing ubiquitous computing with user interpretation: field testing the home health horoscope. CHI 2007: 537-546
33EEWilliam W. Gaver: Cultural commentators: Non-native interpretations as resources for polyphonic assessment. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 65(4): 292-305 (2007)
2006
32EEAlistair G. Sutcliffe, John Karat, Susanne Bødker, Bill Gaver: Can we measure quality in design and do we need to? Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2006: 119-121
31EEWilliam W. Gaver, John Bowers, Andy Boucher, Andy Law, Sarah Pennington, Nicolas Villar: The history tablecloth: illuminating domestic activity. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2006: 199-208
30EEBas Raijmakers, William W. Gaver, Jon Bishay: Design documentaries: inspiring design research through documentary film. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2006: 229-238
29EEPhoebe Sengers, Bill Gaver: Staying open to interpretation: engaging multiple meanings in design and evaluation. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2006: 99-108
28EEWilliam W. Gaver: Listening to the World: Information and Aesthetics. NIME 2006: 414
27EEWilliam W. Gaver: Designing for our (sur)real lives. OZCHI 2006: 5
26EEAndrew Boucher, William W. Gaver: Developing the drift table. Interactions 13(1): 24-27 (2006)
25EEWilliam W. Gaver: The video window: my life with a ludic system. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 10(2-3): 60-65 (2006)
2005
24EESteve Benford, Holger Schnädelbach, Boriana Koleva, Rob Anastasi, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden, Jonathan Green, Ahmed Ghali, Tony P. Pridmore, Bill Gaver, Andy Boucher, Brendan Walker, Sarah Pennington, Albrecht Schmidt, Hans Gellersen, Anthony Steed: Expected, sensed, and desired: A framework for designing sensing-based interaction. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 12(1): 3-30 (2005)
2004
23EEWilliam W. Gaver, John Bowers, Andrew Boucher, Hans Gellersen, Sarah Pennington, Albrecht Schmidt, Anthony Steed, Nicolas Villar, Brendan Walker: The drift table: designing for ludic engagement. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 885-900
22EEWilliam W. Gaver, Andrew Boucher, Sarah Pennington, Brendan Walker: Cultural probes and the value of uncertainty. Interactions 11(5): 53-56 (2004)
2003
21EEWilliam W. Gaver, Jacob Beaver, Steve Benford: Ambiguity as a resource for design. CHI 2003: 233-240
20EEGenevieve Bell, Mark Blythe, Bill Gaver, Phoebe Sengers, Peter C. Wright: Designing culturally situated technologies for the home. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 1062-1063
2000
19EEWilliam W. Gaver, Heather Martin: Alternatives: exploring information appliances through conceptual design proposals. CHI 2000: 209-216
18 William W. Gaver: Looking and Leaping. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems 2000: 5
17 Heather Martin, William W. Gaver: Beyond the Snapshot: From Speculation to Prototypes in Audiophotography. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems 2000: 55-65
1999
16EEWilliam W. Gaver, Anthony Dunne: Projected Realities: Conceptual Design for Cultural Effect. CHI 1999: 600-607
15EEWilliam W. Gaver, Anthony Dunne, Elena Pacenti: Design: Cultural probes. Interactions 6(1): 21-29 (1999)
1997
14EEAnthony Dunne, William W. Gaver: The Pillow: Artist-Designers in the Digital Age. CHI Extended Abstracts 1997: 361-362
1995
13EEDebby Hindus, Barry Arons, Lisa Stifelman, William W. Gaver, Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Maribeth Back: Designing auditory interactions for PDAs. ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 1995: 143-146
12 William W. Gaver, Gerda Smets, Kees Overbeeke: A Virtual Window on Media Space. CHI 1995: 257-264
11EEWilliam W. Gaver: Oh what a tangled web we weave: metaphor and mapping in graphical interfaces. CHI 95 Conference Companion 1995: 270-271
10EEStephanie Everett, Bill Gaver: Using speech and audio in the interface (abstract). CHI 95 Conference Companion 1995: 342
1994
9EEMichel Beaudouin-Lafon, William W. Gaver: ENO: Synthesizing Structured Sound Spaces. ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 1994: 49-57
8EEGerda Smets, Kees Overbeeke, William W. Gaver: Form-giving: expressing the nonobvious. CHI 1994: 79-84
7EEVictoria Bellotti, Robert S. Fish, Robert E. Kraut, Paul Dourish, Bill Gaver, Annette Adler, Sara A. Bly, Marilyn M. Mantei, Gale Moore: Debating the media space design space. CHI Conference Companion 1994: 193-194
6EEGerda Smets, Kees Overbeeke, William W. Gaver: Form-giving: expressing the nonobvious. CHI Conference Companion 1994: 204
1993
5EEWilliam W. Gaver: Synthesizing auditory icons. INTERCHI 1993: 228-235
4EEWilliam W. Gaver, Abigail Sellen, Christian Heath, Paul Luff: One is not enough: multiple views in a media space. INTERCHI 1993: 335-341
1992
3EEWilliam W. Gaver, Thomas P. Moran, Allan MacLean, Lennart Lövstrand, Paul Dourish, Kathleen Carter, William Buxton: Realizing a Video Environment: EuroPARC's RAVE System. CHI 1992: 27-35
1991
2EEWilliam W. Gaver: Sound Support for Collaboration. ECSCW 1991
1990
1 William W. Gaver, Randall B. Smith: Auditory icons in large-scale collaborative environments. INTERACT 1990: 735-740

Coauthor Index

1Annette Adler [7]
2Rob Anastasi [24]
3Barry Arons [13]
4Maribeth Back [13]
5Michel Beaudouin-Lafon [9]
6Jacob Beaver [21] [35]
7Genevieve Bell [20]
8Victoria Bellotti [7]
9Steve Benford [21] [24]
10Jon Bishay [30]
11Sara A. Bly [7]
12Mark Blythe [20]
13Susanne Bødker [32]
14Andy Boucher (Andrew Boucher) [22] [23] [24] [26] [31] [35] [36]
15John Bowers [23] [31] [34] [35] [36]
16William Buxton [3]
17Kathleen Carter [3]
18Paul Dourish [3] [7]
19Anthony Dunne [14] [15] [16]
20Stephanie Everett [10]
21Robert S. Fish [7]
22Hans-Werner Gellersen (Hans Gellersen) [23] [24]
23Ahmed Ghali [24]
24Jonathan Green [24]
25Chris Greenhalgh [24]
26Christian Heath [4]
27Debby Hindus [13]
28Jan Humble [35]
29Nadine Jarvis [36]
30John Karat [32]
31Joseph Kaye (Jofish Kaye) [34]
32Tobie Kerridge [34] [35] [36]
33Boriana Koleva [24]
34Robert E. Kraut (Robert Kraut) [7]
35Andy Law [31] [35]
36Lennart Lövstrand [3]
37Paul Luff [4]
38Allan MacLean [3]
39Heather Martin [17] [19]
40Gale Moore [7]
41Thomas P. Moran [3]
42Elizabeth D. Mynatt [13]
43Kees C. J. Overbeeke (Kees Overbeeke) [6] [8] [12]
44Elena Pacenti [15]
45Sarah Pennington [22] [23] [24] [31] [35]
46Tony P. Pridmore [24]
47Bas Raijmakers [30]
48Tom Rodden [24]
49Albrecht Schmidt [23] [24]
50Holger Schnädelbach [24]
51Abigail Sellen [4]
52Phoebe Sengers [20] [29] [34]
53Gerda Smets [6] [8] [12]
54Randall B. Smith [1]
55Anthony Steed [23] [24]
56Lisa Stifelman [13]
57Alistair G. Sutcliffe [32]
58Marilyn Tremaine (Marilyn M. Mantei) [7]
59Nicolas Villar [23] [31] [35]
60Brendan Walker [22] [23] [24]
61Alex Wilkie [35]
62Peter C. Wright [20]

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