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interLiving brochure, Cooperative research with families, (2004) A short summary of the project. 16 pages A5. (pdf, 2,6 MB)

interLiving Deliverable 1.3 & 2.3, Studies of Co-designed Prototypes in Family Context, (2004) The third and final deliverable from the project. (pdf, 19MB)

Video Probe, Conversy et al. (short paper) IHM '03

MirrorSpace, Roussel et al. (short paper) IHM '03

Co-designing with and for families, (2003) Bo Westerlund, Sinna Lindqvist, Yngve Sundblad. In proceedings for the conference Good | Bad | Irrelevant , COST269: User aspects of ICTs, in Helsinki 3-5 September 2003. pp 290-294 (pdf, 700kB) CID-227

The Constrained Ink Metaphor. Björn Eiderbäck, Bosse Westerlund, Sinna Lindquist. In proceedings for HCI International 2003, (pdf, 149 kB). CID-220

Multidisciplinary Design, Mackay (long paper), Tales of the Disappearing Computer '03

Interactive Thread, Mackay et al. (short paper), Tales of the Disappearing Computer '03

Co-designing methods for designing with and for families. Westerlund, Bo, Lindqvist, Sinna, Mackay, Wendy, Sundblad, Yngve. In proceedings for 5th European Academy of Design Conference
in Barcelona, 28, 29 & 30 April 2003, (pdf, 1,3 MB) CID-218 <>

Technology Probes: Inspiring Design for and with Families, (2003) Hutchinson, Mackay, Westerlund, Bederson, Druin, Plaisant, Beaudouin-Lafon, Conversy, Evans, Hansen, Roussel, Eiderbäck, Lindquist, Sundblad. In the ACM CHI 2003 Proceedings. <>, CID-217

interLiving Deliverable 1.2 & 2.2, Co-design and new technologies with family users (2002). Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Benjamin B. Bederson, Stéphane Conversy, Allison Druin, Björn Eiderbäck, Helen Evans, Heiko Hansen, Åsa Harvard, Hilary Hutchinson, Sinna Lindquist, Wendy Mackay, Catherine Plaisant, Nicolas Roussel, Yngve Sundblad, Bosse Westerlund. The work done during the second year. pdf 16,8 MB

Interactive Thread, a participatory design tool kit.

* 3 Position papers for the CHI 2002 Workshop, Technologies for Families: (workshop website)

*Case Study: A Message Board as a Technology Probe for Communication and Coordination, (2002) Hilary Hutchinson, Catherine Plaisant, Allison Druin, Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, University of Maryland, College Park, USA. (html)

*Integrating Multiple Perspectives on Participatory Design : InterLiving, (2002) Wendy E. Mackay, INRIA, France. (html)

*Aesthetic Perspectives on Participatory Design in the interLiving Project. (2002), Bo Westerlund and Sinna Lindkvist, Center for user-oriented IT Design, NADA, KTH, Sweden. (pdf 219k)

Designing an Interactive Message Board as a Technology Probe for Family Communication, (download page) Browne, H., Bederson, B., Plaisant, C., Druin, A. (September 2001) HCIL-2001-20, CS-TR-4284 , UMIACS-TR-2001-63

interLiving Deliverable D2.1, Technology Probes for Families. (2002). A report fom the technical development during the first year of the project. Among the contents is a description of three technology probes.
It is available in Adobe Acrobat format, .pdf (1Mb)

interLiving Deliverable D1.1, Cooperative Design with Families. (2001). Contains description of the cooperative design work together with families the first nine months of the project..
It is available in Adobe Acrobat format, .pdf (19Mb)

Cooperative design of communication support for and with families in Stockholm, (2001) communication maps, communication probes and low-tech prototypes.
Bo Westerlund, Sinna Lindquist and Yngve Sundblad.
Paper presented at the 1st Equator IRC Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing for the domestic environment in Nottingham 13–14 September 2001. pdf (1,5 Mb).
It was held at the University of Nottingham. Workshop web site.

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