Material for my thesis

5 Apr 2008 - 1:50pm
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Ali Naqvi
2008

Dear respected members,
I´m currently writing my thesis with NOKIA about "Low involvement
situations with mobile phones", and would like some guidance.
Does any of you know of articles that cover "mobile interruptions"?
Í have read several articles and would love to read more. If you do have
any references please let me know.

Ali

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5 Apr 2008 - 8:14pm
Jeff Axup
2006

Hi Ali,

Some topics related to what you mention are: light-touch or ambient
interfaces, and interrupt-friendly UI design.

Here's a few papers that would be roughly in that area:

Hudson, J. M., Christensen, J., Kellogg, W. A., & Erickson, T. (2002). "I'd
be overwhelmed, but it's just one more thing to do": availability and
interruption in research management. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference
on Human factors in computing systems (pp. 97-104): ACM Press.

Ito, M., & Okabe, D. (2003, June 22-24). Mobile Phones, Japanese Youth, and
the Re-placement of Social Contact. Paper presented at the Front Stage -
Back Stage: Mobile Communication and the Renegotiation of the Social Sphere,
Grimstad, Norway.

Srivastava, L. (2005). Mobile phones and the evolution of social behaviour.
In Behaviour & Information Technology (Vol. 24, 2, pp. 111 – 129).

Colbert, M. (2002). A Diary Study of Rendezvousing: Group Size, Time
Pressure and Connectivity. Paper presented at the Mobile HCI, Lecture Notes
in Computer Science.

It's definitely an interesting topic, and a lot of mobile devices haven't
really explored this form of communication with the user thoroughly.

Cheers,
Jeff

On Sat, Apr 5, 2008 at 11:50 AM, <ali at amroha.dk> wrote:

> Dear respected members,
> I´m currently writing my thesis with NOKIA about "Low involvement
> situations with mobile phones", and would like some guidance.
> Does any of you know of articles that cover "mobile interruptions"?
> Í have read several articles and would love to read more. If you do have
> any references please let me know.
>
> Ali
>
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6 Apr 2008 - 7:10am
Ali Naqvi
2008

Hello respected Jeff,
thank you so much for the articles. I will look into them.
This site is indeed great!
You yourself work with mobile phones?

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