Publikationsliste FB Design

 

Tina Deiml-Seibt

  1. Deiml-Seibt, T., Pschetz L. & Müller, B. 2009. A Conversational Model to Display User Activity. In proceedings of the BCS conference on Human Computer Interaction - HCI2009 (Cambridge, UK, September 1-6 ).
  2. Deiml-Seibt, T., Pschetz L. & Müller, B. 2009. User Activity Display: Competition or Conversation? In proceedings of Mensch&Computer Conference (Berlin, Germany, September 6-7). German Chapter of the ACM.  

 

Marian Dörk

  1. Marian Dörk. Decentralized and Distributed Photo Sharing on the Web. Project report, Faculty of Computer Science, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, February 2007.
  2. Marian Dörk, Andreas Nürnberger, and Javier Velasco Martín.Atomique: A Photo Repository for Decentralized and Distributed Photo Sharing on the Web. Demo at MULTIMEDIA 2007: Proceedings of the 15th annual international conference on Multimedia, ACM, pages 152-153, 2007.
  3. Marian Dörk. Towards a Better VIEW: Visual Information Exploration on the Web. Diploma thesis, Faculty of Computer Science, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, May 2008.
  4. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, Christopher Collins, and Carey Williamson. VisGets: Coordinated Visualizations for Web-based Information Exploration and Discovery. TVCG: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (Proceedings InfoVis 2008), 14(6), pages 1205-1212, Nov/Dec 2008.
  5. Marian Dörk, Carey Williamson, and Sheelagh Carpendale. Towards Visual Web Search: Interactive Query Formulation and Search Result Visualization. WSSP 2009: WWW Workshop on Web Search Result Summarization and Presentation, 4 pages, 2009.
  6. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson. Visual Web Exploration: Beyond Ranked Snippets and Thumbnails. Position Paper, Putting Visualization on the Web Workshop, 1 page, VisWeek 2009.
  7. Marian Dörk. Information Visualization for Web-based Search and Exploration (Poster). IEEE VisWeek 2010 Doctoral Colloquium, 4 pages, Oct 2010.
  8. Marian Dörk, Daniel Gruen, Carey Williamson, and Sheelagh Carpendale. A Visual Backchannel for Large-Scale Events. TVCG: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (Proceedings InfoVis 2010), 16(6), pages 1129-38, Nov/Dec 2010.
  9. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson.EdgeMaps: Visualizing Explicit and Implicit Relations. Proceedings of VDA 2011: Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis, IS&T/SPIE, 12 pages, Jan 2011. Best paper award.
  10. Jonathan Haber, Miguel Nacenta, Uta Hinrichs, Marian Dörk, Rémy Dautriche, and Sheelagh Carpendale. Let’s All Go to the Lunch Table: Performance in Interactive Semi-Public Spaces. Performative Interaction in Public Space (CHI 2011 workshop), 4 pages, May 2011.
  11. Marian Dörk, Maria Bakardjieva, and Jonathan Sillito. Civic Engagement, a Proposed Project. HCI, Politics, and the City (CHI 2011 workshop), 3 pages, May 2011.
  12. Marian Dörk and David Monteyne. Urban Co-Creation: Envisioning New Digital Tools for Activism and Experimentation in the City. HCI, Politics, and the City (CHI 2011 workshop), 4 pages, May 2011.
  13. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson. The Information Flaneur: A Fresh Look at Information Seeking. CHI 2011: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pages 1215-1224, May 2011.
  14. Jagoda Walny, Jonathan Haber, Marian Dörk, Jonathan Sillito, and Sheelagh Carpendale. Follow that Sketch: Lifecycles of Diagrams and Sketches in Software Development. VISSOFT 2011: Proceedings of IEEE International Workshop on Visualizing Software for Understanding and Analysis, September 2011.
  15. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson. Mapping Influence of Philosophers Across Interests and Epochs. Poster at AITF Tech Futures Summit 2011, Banff, Aug 2011. Best poster award.
  16. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson. Exploring Growing Information Spaces. HCIR 2011: Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, 4 pages, Oct 2011.
  17. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson.Visualizing Explicit and Implicit Relations of Complex Information Spaces. Information Visualization, Sage, 11(1), pages 5-21, Jan 2012. Published online Nov 9, 2011.
  18. Marian Dörk, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Carey Williamson. Fluid Views: A Zoomable Search Environment. AVI 2012: Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, ACM, 8 pages, May 2012.
  19. Miguel Nacenta, Mikkel Jakobsen, Rémy Dautriche, Uta Hinrichs, Marian Dörk, Jonathan Haber, and Sheelagh Carpendale. The LunchTable: A Multi-User, Multi-Display System for Information Sharing in Casual Group Interactions. ISPD 2012: International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, 6 pages, June 2012.
  20. Marian Dörk. Visualization for Search: Exploring Complex and Dynamic Information Spaces. PhD Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, July 2012.
  21. Marian Dörk, Carey Williamson, and Sheelagh Carpendale.Navigating Tomorrow’s Web: From Searching and Browsing to Visual Exploration. TWEB: ACM Transactions on the Web. 6(3), Article No. 13, 28 pages, Sep 2012.
  22. Marian Dörk, Nathalie Henry Riche, Gonzalo Ramos, and Susan Dumais. PivotPaths: Strolling through Faceted Information Spaces. TVCG: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (Proceedings InfoVis 2012). 18(12), pages 2709-2718, Dec 2012.
  23. Marian Dörk, Peter Bennett, and Rosamund Davies. Taking Our Sweet Time to Search. Changing Perspectives of Time in HCI (CHI 2013 workshop), 4 pages, April 2013.
  24. Marian Dörk, Heidi Lam, and Omar Benjelloun. Accentuating Visualization Parameters to Guide Exploration. Work-in-Progress at CHI 2013: Extended Abstracts of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pages 1755-1760, May 2013.
  25. Marian Dörk, Patrick Feng, Christopher Collins, and Sheelagh Carpendale. Critical InfoVis: Exploring the Politics of Visualization. alt.chi 2013: Extended Abstracts of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pages 2189-2198, May 2013.
  26. Tom Schofield, Marian Dörk, and Martyn Dade-Robertson.Indexicality and Visualization: Exploring Analogies with Art, Cinema and Photography. C&C 2013: Proceedings of the Conference on Creativity and Cognition, ACM, pages 175-184, June 2013.
  27. Cody Coljee-Gray, Marian Dörk, and Sheelagh Carpendale. Visually Exploring Books Along Their Subject Headings. Proceedings of the 2014 iConference, March 2014. To appear.
  28. Ko-le Chen, Marian Dörk, and Martyn Dade-Robertson. Exploring the Promises and Potentials of Visual Archive Interfaces. Proceedings of the 2014 iConference, March 2014. To appear.
  29. Marian Dörk, Rob Comber, and Martyn Dade-Robertson. Monadic Exploration: Seeing the Whole Through Its Parts. CHI 2014: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, 10 pages, April 2014. To appear.

 

Rainer Funke

  1. Wegbereiter für den alltäglichen Klang der Dinge, in: Geblüt Katalog > zur Ausstellung Geblüt – Positionen zum Design, Potsdam: FHP, S. 12-17. > ISBN 3-934329-69-1
  2. Glatte Welt. Design, Narzissmus und Moralität. In: Pascal Johanssen, Katja Kleiss (Hrsg):  Objects The Journal of Applied Arts Nr 6 Berlin, Direktorenhaus 2013 S. 20-29
  3. Rainer Funke (Hrsg.): Dinge, Räume und Persönliche Identität. 66 Porträts. Potsdam, 2013: Fachhochschule Potsdam, ISBN: 3-934329-55-1, 
    http://issuu.com/0ennui/docs/160x230_identitaet-final_low
  4. Design und Moral. In: Management als Design? Design als Management? Intra-, inter- und transdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf die Gestaltung von ökonomischer, ästhetischer und moralischer Lebenswelt. Herausgeber: Klaus Bernsau, Thomas Friedrich & Klaus Schwarzfischer, 1. Auflage 2012, InCodes Verlag (Regensburg), Reihe Theorie & Forschung, ISBN 978-3-941522-03-9
    http://www.semiotik.eu/index.php?id=606%2C34
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  5. Rainer Funke, Martin Stummbaum (Hrsg.): Care Design – Neue Designhorizonte für (zu) pflegende Menschen. Potsdam: Brandenb. Univ.-Druckerei & Verl.-Ges. 2012. ISBN 3-934329-52-7 »Care Design« durchblättern
  6. Die Welt der Alten. In: Rainer Funke, Martin Stummbaum (Hrsg.): Care Design – Neue Designhorizonte für (zu) pflegende Menschen. Potsdam: Brandenb. Univ.-Druckerei & Verl.-Ges. 2012, S. 6–17
  7. Zeichensysteme für Werte in unterschiedlichen Milieus. In: Zeitschrift für Semiotik. Band 33, Heft 1-2 (2011)
  8. Vier Positionen zur Designwissenschaft DGTF-Online-Konferenz, 27.01.2011. In: 
    Feature Diskussion – Vier Positionen zur Designwissenschaft (Teil 1)
    Feature Diskussion – Vier Positionen zur Designwissenschaft (Teil 2)
    Feature Diskussion – Vier Positionen zur Designwissenschaft (Teil 3) Wrap Up
  9. Moralische Dimensionen von Design. In: Petra Eisele und Bernhard E. Bürdek (Hrsg.): Design, Anfang des 21. Jahrhunderts. Diskurse und Perspektiven. Ludwigsburg: avedition 2011, S. 92–103
  10. Wie wir an den Dingen unsere Moral erproben. In: Karen Bofinger (Hrsg.): Die Böse Form – Design an der Grenze des Guten Geschmacks. Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag 2011, S. 18–21
  11. Nachhaltigkeit? In: Jetzt. Now. Zeitempfinden und Gegenwartsdesign. Perceptions of Time and Contemporary Design. Herrausgeber: Marta Herford GmbH deutsch/english, Bielefeld: Kerber Verlag 2011, S. 152–167
  12. Design ist Bedeutungsarbeit. Neun Thesen zur Standortbestimmung von Design und Designtheorie. In: Positionen zur Designwissenschaft. Kassel University Press S. 47–52
  13. Gut & Böse: Moralische Dimensionen von Design bei jungen Menschen Hrsg. Rainer Funke, Harry Hermanns, Matthias Schreckenbach. Potsdam: Brandenb. Univ.-Druckerei & Verl.-Ges., 2011. ISBN 3-934329-48-9, mit gleichnamigen Beitrag S. 8–21 | »Gut & Böse« durchblättern
  14. Freiheitshorizont Konsum In: creativ verpacken. 5/2010, Frankfurt/O., S. 28

 

Frank Heidmann

  1. Ringbauer, B. & Heidmann, F. (2006). Usability von Smart Home User Interfaces – Herausforderungen und Lösungsansätze. In: i-com, Vol. 5, Heft 1, pp. 24-33.
  2. Heidmann, F. & Peissner, M. (2007). WebSCORE – Konzeption, Design und Evaluation von Webapplikationen. In: Beinhauer, W. & Ziegler, J. (Hrsg.). Interaktion mit komplexen Informationsräumen. München: Oldenbourg, pp. 142-155.
  3. Heidmann, F. (2007). Usability – ein kleines Wort mit großer Bedeutung. In: Hinz. K. et al. (Hrsg.). Designmanagement. Berlin: FHTW Berlin, pp. 106-117.
  4. Heidmann, F. (2007). Interfacedesign als Teil der Corporate Identity. In: Beyrow, M. et al. (Hrsg.). Corporate Identity und Corporate Design. Neues Kompendium. Ludwigsburg: avedition, pp. 106-117.
  5. Heidmann, F. (2008). Human-Computer Cooperation. In: Bullinger, H.-P. (Ed.). Technology Guide. Berlin: Springer, pp. 216-221.
  6. Englert, R., Glass, G. & Heidmann, F. (2008). Meshed Interaction Design Patterns. In: Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2008, Amsterdam, pp. 149-156.
  7. Heidmann, F., Breuer, H., Wnuk, M., Raape, U. & Matsumoto, M. (2009). Interaction Design for Situation Awareness. Eyetracking and Heuristics for Control Centers. In: Proceedings of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan. Kyoto 03/09, pp. 17-22. 
  8. Condotta, M., Nagel, T. & Heidmann, F. (2010): Browsing and correlation of territorial data in tangible maps – a Venice case study. INPUT 2010, UniBas, Potenza, Italy.
  9. Nagel, T., Heidmann, F., Condotta, M. & Duval, E. (2010). Venice Unfolding: A Tangible User Interface for Exploring Facetted Data in a Geographical Context. Proceedings: NordiCHI 2010, October 16–20, 2010. pp. 743-746.
  10. Heidmann, F., Bauer, J. & Warth, A. (2011): Green IT mit Smartphones. EcoChallenge – Eine iPhone-App als Begleiter hin zu einem nachhaltigen Lebensstil. In: Ökologisches Wirtschaften, 4.2011, pp. 21-22.
  11. Heidmann, F., Klose, A. & Vielhaber, J. (2011). Erlebbar machen von Forschung für Studierende an Fachhochschulen. In: Benz, W., Kohler, J. & Landfried, K. (Hrsg.). Handbuch Qualität in Studium und Lehre. Stuttgart: Raabe Fachverlag für Wirtschaftsinformation. Ausgabe Mai 2011 E 3.4 pp. 1-20. 
  12. Matthies, D.J.C., Antons, J., Heidmann, F., Wettach, R., & Schleicher, R. (2012): NeuroPad: Use Cases For A Mobile Physiological Interface. In: NordiCHI'12: Proceedings of the 7th nordic conference on Human computer interaction. Copenhagen, Denmark, October 14 - 17, 2012. ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp. 795-796.
  13. Heidmann, F (2013): Interaktive Karten und Geovisualisierungen. In: Weber, W., Burmester, M. & Tille, R. (Eds.): Interaktive Infografiken. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 39-69.
  14. Heidmann, F. (2013): Interfacedesign: Corporate Interaction. In: Beyrow, M. et al. (Eds). Corporate Identity und Corporate Design. Das Kompendium. Vol. 2, erweiterte Neuauflage. Ludwigsburg: avedition, pp. 74-91.
  15. Heidmann, F. (2013): Popper 2.0. Warum unser Wissen fehlbar ist, und wie wir aus Fehlern lernen. Forschendes Lernen als Schlüsselkompetenz für die Wissensarbeit von morgen. In: Ammann, B. et al. (Eds.) InterFlex. Querdenken erwünscht. Potsdam, pp. 43-45.

 

Monika Hoinkis

  1. Vande Moere, A., Tomitsch, M., Hoinkis, M. et al. (2011). Comparative Feedback in the Street: Exposing Residential Energy Consumption on House Facades. Proceedings of IINTERACT 2011, 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.
  2. Hoinkis, M. (2012). Herzfassen. A Responsive Object. Proceedings of CHI 2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Austin, Texas, May 05 – 11, 2012. 
  3. Hoinkis, M. (2007) Herzfassen. eArts Festival, Shanghai.
  4. ART+COM. (1. 6. 2009 – 2014)  LEVEL GREEN – Die Idee der Nachhaltigkeit. Autostadt, Wolfsburg.
  5. ART+COM. (25. 6. 2009 – 11. 7. 2010) Arbeit – Sinn und Sorge. Hygienemuseum, Dresden.
  6. Hoinkis, M. (22.–28. 1. 2010) Mostly for Others. Gallery Eight, Sydney, Australien.
  7. Hoinkis, M. (5.–11.5.2012) Herzfassen. CHI Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Sebastian Meier

  1. Meier, S. Hirt, T. (2009). Location based applications. Interfaces UK, (77), 12–14.
  2. Meier, S., Landstorfer, J., Werner, J., Wettach, R., Knörig, A., Cohen, J., & Sommerwerk, A. (2012). A Real-world Mobile Prototyping Framework for Location- and Context-based Services. Wireless Communication and Information: Mobile Gesellschaft.

 

Boris Müller

  1. 2001 Ambulator 2.0, Interactions Magazine, Volume 8, Issue1, Jan-Feb 2001, ACM Press, New York, NY, USA
  2. 2001 netzspannung.org – An internet media lab for know- ledge discovery in mixed realities, M. Fleischmann, W. Strauss, J. Novak, S. Paal, B. Müller, G. Blome, P. Peranovic, C. Seibert, M. Schneider; cast01 Proceedings, September 2001, FhG.IMK, Sankt Augustin, Deutschland
  3. 2002 Forest of Thoughts, Mit S. Voelker; DIS – Designing Interactive Systems Proceedings, Juli 2002, ACM Press, London, UK
  4. 2002 The Enigmatics of Affect, P. Sengers, R. Liesendahl, W. Magar, C. Seibert, B. Müller, T. Joachims, W. Geng; DIS – Designing Interactive Systems Proceedings, Juli 2002, ACM Press, London, UK
  5. 2007 Elastic lists for facet browsers, Moritz Stefaner, Boris Müller; Proceedings of DEXA ’07 18th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2007. FIND07, International Workshop on Dynamic Taxonomies and Faceted Search, Regensburg, Germany

 

Till Nagel

  1. Nagel, T., Duval, E., Vande Moere, A. (2012) Interactive Exploration of Geospatial Network. In: Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (upcoming) New York: ACM. 
  2. Nagel, T., Kiefer, C. (2011) Neue Sichtbarkeit. In: Weave, 2011(6).
  3. Nagel, T., Duval, E., Heidmann, F. (2011) Visualizing Geospatial Co-Authorship Data on a Multitouch Table. In: Dickmann, L., et al. (Eds.): Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Smart graphics (pp. 134-137). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.    
  4. Nagel, T., Heidmann, F. (2011) Exploring faceted geospatial data with tangible interaction. GeoViz 2011, March 10–11, 2011, Hamburg, Germany
  5. Condotta, M., Nagel, T., Stefanelli, C. (2011) Browsing and Correlating Architectural and Territorial Data in Tangible Maps: New Knowledge Opportunities in New Learning Places. In: IxD&A (Interaction Design and Architecture) Journal, Special Issue on Design Centered and Personalized Learning in Liquid and Ubiquitous Learning Places, N. 9-10, 2011, 49-62
  6. Nagel, T., Heidmann, F., Condotta, M., Duval, E. (2010) Venice Unfolding: A Tangible User Interface for Exploring Facetted Data in a Geographical Context. In: Hvannberg, E. Þ., et al. (Eds.): Proceedings of NordiCHI 2010 (pp. 743-746) New York: ACM. 
  7. Nagel, T., Pschetz, L., Stefaner, M., Halkia, M., Müller, B. (2009) mæve – An Interactive Tabletop Installation for Exploring Background Information in Exhibitions. In: Jacko, J. A. (Ed.): Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Part III: Ubiquitous and Intelligent Interaction (pp. 483-401). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

 

Reto Wettach

  1. Forschungsvorhaben: "Experience the Energy" - gefördert durch das BMBF im Rahmen des FHProfUnt-Programms, in Zusammenarbeit mit VW Designcenter und Riedel AG, Berlin. 2011-2014 
  2. Forschungsvorhaben: "Design Tool Design: Fritzing" - gefördert durch das MWFK Brandenburg 2007-2010; heute: 70.000 Nutzer  
  3. Industrieforschungsprojekt: »Identity Management« Ausstellung auf dem Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, auf dem Stand des Kooperationspartners NokiaSiemensNetworks, 01.–05.03.2011
  4. Patent:  Wettach, R., Joost, G.: Hochfrequenzkennzeichnungs-(RFID)-Verfahren, -Element und -System, 2009,  DE102008003928A1 (lizensiert an die Deutsche Telekom AG)
  5. Patent: Wettach, R., Joost, G., Hemmert, F.: "Kommunikationsgerät", 2009, DE102008003927B4 (lizensiert an die Deutsche Telekom AG)
  6. Reer-Reviewed-Paper: Frischmann, F., Schüßler, A., Wettach, R.: Heavy Cash, in "Mensch&Computer 2010"
  7. Peer-Reviewed-Paper: Wettach, R.: Tools for Prototyping Organic UIs, in: Workshop for Programming Realities, CHI 2009, Boston