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Supporting the meeting journey: understanding and designing collaborative device ecologies

  The combination of personal and mobile technologies (Bring Your Own Device) with technology-augmented spaces designed for collaboration offers new design challenges for the HCI community. This paper is a summary of a doctoral work-in-progress aiming to further understand the design of multi-screen device ecologies for collaboration: understanding the activities, i.e. the Meeting Journey, and understanding the best design principles applicable to support this journey. In order to achieve this, a number of methodologies have been used: ethnographic observations, semi-structured interviews, and focus groups. The journey and design principles are established with an analysis method informed by Grounded Theory. Future work will include the development and evaluation of a software assistant supporting meeting journey activities using a hybrid approach.

  • Date:

    15 November 2015

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  • Publisher

    ACM Association for Computing Machinery

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  • Library of Congress:

    QA76 Computer software

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    004 Data processing & computer science


Ammeloot, A. (2015). Supporting the meeting journey: understanding and designing collaborative device ecologies. In ITS '15 Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Interactive Tabletops & Surfaces (463-468).



Personal and mobile technologies; collaboration; technology-augmented spaces; meeting journey; Grounded Theory;

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