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The accepted long papers and short papers are listed below alphabetically, by first author.

Accepted Long Papers

Aino Ahtinen (Nokia Research Center, Finland), Shruti Ramiah and Jan Blom (Nokia, India) and Minna Isomursu (VTT, Finland). Design of Mobile Wellness Applications: Identifying Cross-Cultural Factors.

David Browning, Nicola Bidwell, Dianna Hardy and Peta-Marie Standley (James Cook University, Cairns, Australia). Rural Encounters: Cultural Translations Through Video.

Stefan Cronholm (Department of Management and Engineering, Linkoping University, Sweden) and Vince Bruno (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia). Do you Need General Principles or Concrete Heuristics? - a Model for Categorizing Usability Criteria.

Peter Dalsgaard, Kim Halskov and Rune Nielsen (Centre for Digital Urban Living and CAVI, Aarhus University, Denmark). A Design Space Explorer for Media Facades.

Frank Feltham (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia). Do the Blocks Rock: a Tangible Interface for Play and Exploration.

Maiken Hillerup Fogtmann (Center for Interactive Spaces, Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark), Jonas Fritsch (Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark) and Karen Johanne Kortbek (Center for Interactive Spaces, Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark). Kinesthetic Interaction - Revealing the Bodily Potential in Interaction Design.

Pin Sym Foong (Communications and New Media Programme, National University of Singapore, Singapore). Designing Technology for Sensitive Contexts: Supporting End-of-Life Decision Making.

Marcus Foth (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia), Victor M. Gonzalez (University of Manchester, UK) and Kenneth L. Kraemer (University of California, Irvine, USA). Design Considerations for Community Portals in Master-Planned Developments in Australia and Mexico.

Stavros Garzonis, Chris Bevan and Eamonn O'Neill (Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, UK). Mobile Service Audio Notifications: Intuitive Semantics and Noises.

Minna Isomursu (VTT, Finland), Pekka Isomursu (Nokia Corporation, Finland) and Mervi Komulainen-Horneman (Department of Information Processing Science, University of Oulu, Finland). Touch to Access the Mobile Internet.

Jane Li (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia), Toni Robertson (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia), Susan Hansen (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia), Tim Mansfield (NICTA, Alexandria, Australia) and Jesper Kjeldskov (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia). Multidisciplinary Medical Team Meetings: A Field Study of Collaboration in Health Care.

Ann Light (Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK), Clodagh Miskelly (Independent Researcher) and Steve Thompson (University Of Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK). An Analysis of Building Habitat with Networked Tools.

Lian Loke and Toni Robertson (Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia). Inventing and Devising Movement in the Design of Movement-based Interactive Systems.

Saturnino Luz (Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland), Masood Masoodian (Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato, New Zealand), Bill Rogers (Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato) and Chris Deering (Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland). Interface Design Strategies for Computer-Assisted Speech Transcription.

Kenton O'Hara (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia), Hazel Grian and John Williams (Licorice Film, Bristol, UK). Participation, Collaboration and Spectatorship in an Alternate Reality Game.

Nancy Odendaal (University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of the Witwatersrand and South African Planning Insitution, South Africa), James Duminy (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) and Paul Sanders (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia). Is Digital Technology Urban? Understanding Inter-metropolitan Digital Divides in South Africa.

Jeni Paay and Jesper Kjeldskov (User Experience Group, CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia and Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, Denmark) with Anders Christensen, Andreas Ibsen, Dan Jensen, Glen Nielsen and Rene Vutborg (Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, Denmark). Location-based Storytelling in the Urban Environment.

Dharani Perera (School of Engineering and IT, Deakin University, Australia), R.T. Jim Eales (School of Computing Science, Middlesex University, UK) and Kathy Blashki (School of Engineering and IT, Deakin University, Australia). Voice art: A Novel Mode for Creating Visual Art.

Nilma Perera (Interaction Design Group, The University of Melbourne, Australia), Gregor Kennedy (Biomedical Multimedia Unit, The University of Melbourne, Australia) and Jon Pearce (Interaction Design Group, The University of Melbourne, Australia). Are you bored? Maybe an Interface Agent Can Help.

James Pierce, William Odom, and Eli Blevis (School of Informatics, Indiana University at Bloomington, USA). Energy Aware Dwelling: A Critical Survey of Interaction Design for Eco-Visualizations.

Arto Puikkonen, Leena Ventä, Jonna Häkkilä (Nokia Research Center, Finland) and Jenine Beekhuyzen (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia). Playing, Performing, Reporting - A Case Study of Mobile Minimovies Composed by Teenage Girls.

Peter Reid and Beryl Plimmer (The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand). A Collaborative Multimodal Handwriting Training Environment for Visually Impaired Students.

Duncan Stevenson (Department of Computer Science, Australian National University, Australia). Training and Process Change: A Collaborative Telehealth Case Study.

Yolande Strengers (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia). Smart Metering Demand Management Programs: Challenging the Comfort and Cleanliness Habitus of Households.

Nick Taylor and Keith Cheverst (Computing Department, Lancaster University). "This Might Be Stupid, But...": Participatory Design with Community Displays and Postcards.

Judy van Biljon (School of Computing, University of South Africa, South Africa), Paula Kotzé, (Meraka Institute (CSIR) and School of Computing, University of South Africa, South Africa) and Karen Renaud (Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, UK). Mobile Phone Usage of Young Adults: The Impact of Motivational Factors.

Chen Wei, Gary Marsden and James Gain (Collaborative Visual Computing Lab, University of Cape Town, South Africa). Novel Interface for First Person Shooting Games on PDAs.

Brett Wilkinson and Paul Calder. (School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics, Flinders University, Australia). Investigating Touch Interactions for an Augmented World.

Accepted Short Papers

Hanif Baharin, Romiza Md Nor and Ralf Muhlberger (University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia). It's the Thought that Counts: Content vs. Contact.

Mads Bødker (CBS, Copenhagen, Denmark and Signsign Consulting, Copenhagen, Denmark) and Janni Nielsen (Novo Nordisk, Copenhagen, Denmark). Vision Labs: Towards UCD as a Relational Practice.

Angela Button (Queensland University of Technology, Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation). Designing Social Tools for the Bees, the Buzz and the Beehive.

Hilary Davis, Frank Vetere and Shawn Ashkanasy (University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia). Towards Social Connection For Young People with Cancer.

Andreas Duenser, Mark Billinghurst (HIT Lab NZ, University of Canterbury, New Zealand) and Gabriela Mancero (Middlesex University. UK). Evaluating Visual Search Performance with a Multi Layer Display.

Noelene Fajardo and Andrew Vande Moere (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia). ExternalEyes: Evaluating the Visual Abstraction of Human Emotion on a Public Wearable Display Device.

Penny Hagen (Digital Eskimo and University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) and John MacFarlane (Digital Eskimo). Reflections on the role of seeding in social design.

Susan Hansen (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia), Toni Robertson (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) and Laurie Wilson (CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia). Using an Action Research Approach to Design a Telemedicine System for Critical Care: A Reflection.

Dean Hargreaves (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia). Low-cost, Low-bandwidth Online Meetings between Scientists and Farmers.

Catherine Howell (Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies, University of Cambridge, UK) and Michael Arnold (Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Melbourne, Australia). Night Shifts: Some Situated Dimensions of Student Technology Use.

Nazean Jomhari (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK), Victor Gonzalez (CRITO, University of California, Irvine, USA and University of Manchester, Manchester, UK) and Sri Kurniawan (Computer Engineering, University of California Santa Cruz). Telling my Baby's Stories: Family Communication and Narrative Practices of Young Mothers Living Abroad.

Muhammad Asif Khawaja, Natalie Ruiz and Fang Chen (University of New South Wales, Sydney, NICTA, Sydney, Australia). Think Before You Talk: An Empirical study of Relationship between Speech Pauses and Cognitive Load.

Alex Krumm-Heller, Anja Wessels CSIRO ICT Centre, Epping, Australia) and Franco Di Dio (Australian Film Television and Radio School, Sydney, Australia). Teaching Multimedia by Using Multimedia: Remote Hands-on Teaching.

Chao-Lung Lee, Yun-Maw Cheng, Wai Yu, Ching-Long Yeh, Li-Chieh Chen and Kuan-Ta Chen (Tatung University Thales Air Defence Ltd., and Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan). Surfing in the Crowd: Feasibility Study of Experience Sharing in a Taiwanese Night Market.

Ming-Wei Lin, Yun-Maw Cheng and Wai Yu (Tatung University and Thales Air Defence Ltd, Taipei, Taiwan) and Frode Eika Sandnes (Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway). Investigation into the Feasibility of Using Tactons to Provide Navigation Cues in Pedestrian Situations.

Daria Loi and Sasanka Prabhala (Intel Corporation, Portland, USA). The Rise of Middle and Upper Middle Class in Emerging Markets: Product and Service Opportunities.

Sarah Moss and Ernest Edmonds (Creativity and Cognition Studios, University of Technology Sydney, Australia) ; and Australasian CRC for Interaction Design, Australia and; Smartlab University of London. The Reflective Practitioner: In Creation of PEGASYS.

Florian 'Floyd' Mueller, Martin Gibbs, Frank Vetere (Interaction Design Group, University of Melbourne, Australia). Taxonomy of Exertion Games.

Jon Pearce and Sofia Pardo (Interaction Design Group, University of Melbourne, Australia). To Search or to Explore - That is the Question: A Study in Mindful Engagement.

Jon Pearce (Interaction Design Group, University of Melbourne, Australia) and John Murphy (Design4Use, Melbourne, Australia) and Wally Smith (Interaction Design Group, University of Melbourne, Australia). Supporting gardeners to plan domestic watering: a case study of designing an "everyday simulation".

Julien Phalip, David Jean and Ernest Edmonds (Creativity and Cognition Studios, University of Toulouse, France). Resolving Ambiguity of Scope in Remote Collaboration: a Study in Film Scoring.

Nicole Podleschny (QUT Creative Industries Faculty, ACID Australasian CRC for Interaction Design, Australia). Playing Urban Sustainability: The Ecology of a Simulation Game.

Christine Satchell (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane and University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia), Marcus Foth, Greg Hearn and Ronald Schroeter (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia). Suburban Nostalgia: The Community Building Potential of Urban Screens.

Stefan Schutt (School of Creative Industries, Victoria University, Australia and Centre for Animation and Interactive Media, RMIT University, Australia). Staging life stories on the web: the Small Histories project and performances of reconstruction.

Jolynna Sinanan (University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia). Social Tools and Social Capital: Reading Mobile Phone Usage in Rural Indigenous Communities.

Edin Tabak (School of Media, Cultural and Creative Arts, Curtin University of Technology, Australia). Inscription of Information Behaviour to Communities of Practice on an Organisational Intranet.

Viveka Weiley and Yusuf Pisan (Creativity and Cognition Studios, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and Australasian CRC for Interaction Design, Australia). The Distributed Studio: Towards a Theory of Virtual Place for Creative Collaboration.

Danielle Wilde (Faculty of Art and Design, Monash University, Australia and CSIRO Division of Textile and Fibre Technology, Belmont, Australia). The hipdiskettes: Learning (through) Wearables.

Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Jens Fendler, Dave Joubert, Ibo Zimmermann, Colin Stanley and Sebastian Mukumbira (Polytechnic of Namibia, Namibia). A Bush Encroachment Decision Support System's Metamorphosis.

Peta Wyeth (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Austalia). Understanding Engagement with Tangible User Interfaces.

Tyler Yang, Ken Lee, Beryl Plimmer and Michael Harrison (University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand). Real-time Anaesthesia Diagnosis Display System with Multi-Modal Alarms.

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