Publications

Journal Articles

[J.22] Bayor, A., Brereton, M., Sitbon, L., & Ploderer, B. (forthcoming) ICT participation by school children with intellectual disabilities in low resource settings: The case of Ghana in Sub-Saharan AfricaUniversal Access in the Information Society. [DOI]

[J.21] Ploderer, B., Clark, D., Brown, R., Harman, J., Lazzarini, P., & van Netten, J. (2023) Self-Monitoring Diabetes-Related Foot Ulcers with the MyFootCare App: A Mixed Methods Study. Sensors 2023; 23(5): Article 2547. [DOI]

[J.20] Ploderer, B., Rezaei Aghdam, A., & Burns, K. (2022) Patient-Generated Health Photos and Videos Across Health and Wellbeing Contexts: A Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (4):e28867. [PDF, DOI]

[J.19] Ploderer, B., Rodgers, S., & Liang, Z. (2022) What’s keeping teens up at night? Reflecting on sleep and technology habits with teens. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. [PDF, DOI]

[J.18] Capel, T., Ploderer, B., Brereton, M., & O’Connor Solly, M. (2021) The Making of Women: Creating Trajectories for Women’s Participation in Makerspaces. PACM on Human-Computer Interaction 5(CSCW1), Article 35, 38 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[J.17] Bayor, A., Brereton, M., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Bircanin, F., Favre, B., & Koplick, S.  (2021) Towards a Competency-Based Approach to Co-Designing Technologies with People with Intellectual Disability. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing 14 (2), Article 6, 33 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[J.16] Aggarwal, D., Ploderer, B., Hoang, T., Bradford, M., & Vetere, F. (2020) Physiotherapy Over a Distance: The Use of Wearable Technology for Video Consultations in Hospital SettingsACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare 1 (4), Article 21, 29 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[J.15] Green, T. & Ploderer, B. (2020) From collaboration to care: using co-design principles and caring science to guide professional rehabilitation nursing practice. Journal of the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association 23 (1), 4-6. [PDF, DOI]

[J.14] Liang, Z., Ploderer, B. (2020) “How Does Fitbit Measure Brainwaves”: A Qualitative Study into the Credibility of Sleep-tracking Technologies. Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT) 4 (1), Article 17, 29 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[J.13] van Netten, J.J., Seng, L., Lazzarini, P., Warnock, J., & Ploderer, B. (2019)  Reasons for (non-)adherence to self-care in people with a diabetic foot ulcerWound Repair and Regeneration 27(5), 530-539. [PDFDOI]

[J.12] Ploderer, B., Brown, R., Seng, L., Lazzarini, P., & van Netten, J. (2018) Promoting Self-Care of Diabetic Foot Ulcers through a Mobile Phone App: User-Centred Design and Evaluation. JMIR Diabetes, 3(4), e10105. [DOI]

[J.11] Pacella, R., Tulleners, R., Cheng, Q., Burkett, E., Edwards, H., Yelland, S., Brain, D., Bingley, J., Lazzarini, P., Warnock, J., Barnsbee, L., Pacella, T., Clark, K., Smith, M., Iddir, A., Griffiths, I., Sussman, G., van Netten, J., Gibb, M., Gordon, J., Harvey, G., Hickling, D., Lee, X., Ploderer, B., Vallejo, A., Whalley, S., & Graves, N. (2018) Solutions to the chronic wounds problem in Australia: a call to action. Wound Practice and Research, 26(2), 84-98.

[J.10] Brereton, M., Soro, A., Sitbon, L., Roe, P., Wyeth, P., Ploderer, B., Vyas, D., Zhang, J., Ambe, A., Wilson, C., Dema, T., Taylor, J., Oliver, J., Munoz, D., Bayor, A., Bircanin, F., Anggarendra, R., Capel, T., Kapuire, G., & Wheeler, H., (2018) Design participation lab. Interactions, 25(2), 14-17. [DOI]

[J.9] Ploderer, B., Leong, T. W. (2018) Manual engagement and automation in amateur photography. Media International Australia, 166(1), 44-56. [PDF, DOI]

[J.8] Ferdous, H., Ploderer, B., Davis, H., Vetere, F., & O’Hara, K. (2016) Commensality and social use of technology during family mealtime. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 23(6), Article 37, 26 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[J.7] Ploderer, B., Fong, J., Klaic, M., Nair, S., Vetere, F., Cofré Lizama, E., & Galea, M. (2016) How therapists use visualizations of upper limb movement information from stroke patients: a qualitative study with simulated information. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies, 3(2), e9. [PDF, DOI]

[J.6] Liang, Z., Ploderer, B., Liu, W., Nagata, Y., Bailey, J., Kulik, L., & Li, Y. (2016) SleepExplorer: A visualization tool to make sense of correlations between personal sleep data and contextual factors. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20(6), 985-1000. [PDF, DOI]

[J.5] Ploderer, B., Smith, W., Pearce, J., & Borland, R. (2015) An object-centred approach to encourage online participation in the context of behaviour change. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 24(1), 39-64. [PDF, DOI]

[J.4] Ploderer, B., Reitberger, W., Oinas-Kukkonen, H., & van Gemert-Pijnen, J. (2014) Social interaction and reflection for behaviour change. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 18(7), 1667-1676. [PDF, DOI]

[J.3] Ploderer, B., Smith, W., Pearce, J., & Borland, R. (2014) A Mobile App Offering Distractions and Tips to Cope With Cigarette Craving: A Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth uHealth, 2(2), e23. [PDF, DOI]

[J.2] Ploderer, B., Howard, S., & Thomas, P. (2010) Collaboration on social network sites: amateurs, professionals and celebrities. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 19(5), 419-455. [PDF, DOI]

[J.1] Ploderer, B., Wright, P., Howard, S., & Thomas, P. (2009) “No pain, no gain”: pleasure and suffering in technologies of “leidenschaft”. Interactions, 16(5), 6-11. [PDF, DOI]

Book Chapters

[BC.2] Roomkham, S., Ploderer, B., Smith, S., & Perrin, D. (2022) Technologies for Quantifying Sleep: Improved Quality of Life or Overwhelming Gadgets?. In Wac, K. & Wulfovic, S. (eds.) Quantifying Quality of Life: Incorporating Daily Life into Medicine. Springer, Cham. [PDF, DOI]

[BC.1] Liang, Z., Liu, W., Ploderer, B., Bailey, J., Kulik, L., & Li, Y. (2017) Designing Intelligent Sleep Analysis Systems for Automated Contextual Exploration on Personal Sleep-Tracking Data. In M. Otake, S. Kurahashi, Y. Ohta, K. Satoh, & D. Bekki (eds.) New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. JSAI-isAI 2015. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10091. Cham: Springer. [PDF, DOI]

Edited Volumes

[E.4] Ahmadpour, N., Leong, T., Ploderer, B., Parker, C., Webber, S., Munoz, D., & Loke, L., Tomitsch, M. (Eds.) (2020) OzCHI ’20: Proceedings of the 32nd Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference. New York: ACM. [DOI]

[E.3] Soro, A., Vyas, D., Ploderer, B., Morrison, A., Waycott, J., & Brereton, M. (Eds.) (2017) OzCHI ’17: Proceedings of the 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference. New York: ACM. [DOI]

[E.2] Ploderer, B., Carter, M., Gibbs, M., Smith, W., & Vetere, F. (Eds.) (2015) OzCHI ’15: Proceedings of the 27th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference. New York: ACM. [DOI]

[E.1] Ploderer, B., Reitberger, W., Oinas-Kukkonen, H., & van Gemert-Pijnen, J. (Eds.) (2014) Social interaction and reflection for behaviour change. A special issue of the Journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 18(7), 1667-1752. [DOI]

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers

[C.82] Rodgers, S., Ploderer, B., Vella, K., & Brereton, M. (forthcoming) Phenology Circles: A Method to Deepen Relations in More-Than-Human Design Processes. In Proc. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2024), New York: ACM.

[C.81] Capel, T., Ploderer, B. Bircanin, F., Hanmer, S., Yates, J., Wang, J., Khor, K., Leong, T., Wadley, G., & Newcomb, M. (forthcoming) Studying Self-Care with Generative AI Tools: Lessons for Design. In Proc. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2024), New York: ACM.

[C.80] Om, C., Brereton, M., Vella, K., Dobson, M., Ploderer, B., Murcia, K., & Dema, T. et al. (forthcoming) Rethinking the Development of Computational Thinking Skills in Young Children through Nature Play. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2023), New York: ACM.

[C.79] Afuro, D., Brereton, M., & Ploderer, B. (2023) Using Online Discussions to Understand Challenges and Design Opportunities in Dementia Care. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2023), New York: ACM.

[C.78] Rodgers, S., Vella, K., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2023) Nature Fictions: Designing for a Sustainable Future through Nature Relations. In Proc. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2023), New York: ACM. [24% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.77] Wang, Y., Dwyer, J., Vickery, N., Ploderer, B., Tarlinton, D., Blackler, A. (forthcoming) Bee Buzz Buddy: An Interactive Digital Toy to Facilitate Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interactions for Young Children’s Active Play. In Proc. of International Conference 2023 of the DRS Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge (EKSIG2023)

[C.76] Ploderer, B., Muller, J., Busato, M. Tariq, A., Clark, K., & Green, T. (2022) Co-Design with People Who Have Had a Stroke to Better Understand the Transition from Hospital to Home: A Narrative Account. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2022), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.75] Rodgers, S. Ploderer, B., Vella, K., & Brereton, M. (2022) Phenology Probes: Exploring Human-Nature Relations for Designing Sustainable Futures. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2022), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.74] Wang, Y., Vickery, N., Tarlinton, D., Ploderer, B., Knight, L., Blackler, A., & Wyeth, P. (2022) Exploring the Affordances of Digital Toys for Young Children’s Active Play. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2022), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.73] Tran, K., Blackler, A., Ploderer, B., & Vickery, N. (2022) Intergenerational active play: a scoping review. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2022), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.72] Vella, K., Esteban, M., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2022) Networked Gardens: Remediating Local Nature Data Through the Internet of Things. In Proc. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2022), New York: ACM. [21.5% acceptance rate, DOI]

[C.71] U’wais, R., Ploderer, B., & Vickery, N. (2021) Exploring the Usage of Digital Technology for Active Play During the COVID-19 Pandemic Among Families with Young Children. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2021), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.70] Vickery, N., Wang, Y., Tarlinton, D., Blackler, A., Ploderer, B., Wyeth, P. & Knight, M. (2021) Embodied Interaction Design for Active Play with Young Children: A Scoping Review. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2021), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.69] Om, C., Brereton, M., Dema, T., & Ploderer, B. (2021) Design Opportunities to Enhance Children’s Engagement With Nature in Bhutan – A Working Field Theory. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2021), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.68] Ploderer, B., Taylor, J. L., Munoz, D., Bircanin, F., & Brereton, M. (2021) Diagraming Working Field Theories for Design in the HCI Classroom. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2021), New York: ACM. [CHI Best Paper Honorable Mention Award (top 5% of papers), 26% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI, YouTube]

[C.67] Vella, K., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2021) Human-Nature Relations in Urban Gardens: Explorations with Camera Traps. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2021), New York: ACM. [26% acceptance rate, DOI]

[C.66] Bircanin, Brereton, M., F., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Bayor, A., Esteban, M., & Koplick, S. (2021) Including Adults with Severe Intellectual Disabilities in Co-Design through Active Support. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2021), New York: ACM. [26% acceptance rate, DOI]

[C.65] Kalma, A., Ploderer, B., Sitbon, L., & Brereton, M. (2020) Understanding older adult values through technologies used for crafting. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2020), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.64] Aggarwal, D., Hoang, T., Ploderer, B., Vetere, F., Khot, R., & Bradford, M. (2020) Lessons learnt from designing a smart clothing telehealth system for hospital use. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2020), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.63] Ouyang, L., Ploderer, B., Wyeth, P., Wang, X., & Brown, R. (2020) Designing tangible interactions with children for pre-school music education. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2020), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.62] Bircanin, F., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Bayor, A., Esteban, M., Koplick, S., & Brereton, M. (2020) The TalkingBox: Revealing strengths of adults with severe cognitive disabilities. In Proc. of the Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2020), New York: ACM. [28% acceptance rate, DOI]

[C.61] Capel, T., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2020) The Wooden Quilt: Carving Out Personal Narratives in a Women-Only Makerspace. In Proc. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2020), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI, 24% acceptance rate]

[C.60] Wilson, C., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Opie, J., & Brereton, M. (2020) Self-Expression by Design: Co-Designing the ExpressiBall with Minimally-Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2020), New York: ACM, 13 pages. [24% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.59] Bayor, A., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Bircanin, F., Koplick, S., & Brereton, M. (2019) Leveraging Participation: Supporting Skills Development of Young Adults with Intellectual Disability Using Social Media. In Proc. of the Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2019), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.58] Kalma, A., Ploderer, B., Sitbon, L., Brereton, M. (2019) Probing Yarns about Ageing and Making. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2019), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.57] Opie, J., Jaiprakash, A., Ploderer, B., Brereton, M. & Roberts, J. (2019) Towards Surgical Robots: Understanding Interaction Challenges in Knee Surgery. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2019), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.56] Bircanin, F., Ploderer, B., Sitbon, L., Bayor, A., & Brereton, M. (2019) Challenges and Opportunities with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Technologies: Design Considerations for Adults with Severe Disabilities. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2019), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.55] Rodgers, S., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2019)  HCI in the Garden: Current Trends and Future Directions. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2019), New York: ACM, pp. 381–386. [PDF, DOI]

[C.54] Munoz, D., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2019) Position Exchange Workshops: A Method to Design for Each Other in Families. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019), New York: ACM, Paper 109, 14 pages. [24% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.53] Wilson, C., Brereton, M., Ploderer, B., & Sitbon, L. (2019) Co-Design Beyond Words: ‘Moments of Interaction’ with Minimally-Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019), New York: ACM. Paper 21, 15 pages. [24% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.52] Rodgers, S., Ploderer, B., Maloney, B., & Hang, J. (2019) Designing for Wellbeing-as-Interaction. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2019), New York: ACM, Paper LBW1817, 6 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[C.51] Bayor, A., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Bircanin, F., & Brereton, M. (2019) “TechShops”: Engaging Young Adults with Intellectual Disability in Exploratory Design Research. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2019), New York: ACM, Paper CS31, 8 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[C.50] Chen, Y., Verdezoto, N., Gui, X., Ma, X., Bossen, C., Bagalkot, N., Herskovic, V., & Ploderer, B. (2019) (Re)Configuring Infrastructures: Unpacking Individual’s Work in Adapting and Constructing Healthcare Services Around the World. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2019), New York: ACM, Paper W03, 8 pages. [PDF, DOI]

[C.49] D’Souza, A., Ploderer, B., Klarkowski, M., & Wyeth, P. (2018) Augmenting Co-Located Social Play with Biofeedback: An Interactional Approach. In Proc. of Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 113-125. [33% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.48] Vella, K., Peever, N., Klarkowski, M., Ploderer, B., Mitchell, J., & Johnson, D. (2018) Using Applied Games to Engage mHealth Users: A Case Study of MindMax. In Proc. of Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 511-522. [33% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.47] Ploderer, B., Alsahfi, Y. M. & Trost S. G. (2018) Technologies to Engage Young Children in Physical Activity: An Online Study of Parenting Practices. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 326-331. [PDF, DOI].

[C.46] Munoz, D., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2018) Towards Design for Renegotiating the Parent-Adult Child Relationship after Children Leave Home. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 303-313. [PDF, DOI].

[C.45] Bayor, A., Bircanin, F., Sitbon, L., Ploderer, B., Koplick, S. & Brereton, M. (2018) Characterizing Participation across Social Media Sites among Young Adults with Intellectual Disability. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 113-122. [PDF, DOI].

[C.44] Opie, J., Jaiprakash, A., Ploderer, B., Crawford, R., Brereton, M. & Roberts, J. (2018) Understanding the Challenges and Needs of Knee Arthroscopy Surgeons to Inform the Design of Surgical Robots. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 458-462. [PDF, DOI].

[C.43] Kalma, A., Ploderer, B., & Sitbon, L. (2018) Ageing and Making: A Positive Framing for HCI. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2018), New York: ACM, pp. 194-199. [PDF, DOI].

[C.42] Wilson, C., Brereton, M., Ploderer, B., & Sitbon, L. (2018) MyWord: Enhancing Engagement, Interaction and Self-Expression with Minimally-Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum through a Personal Audio-Visual Dictionary. In Proc. of Interaction Design and Children Conference (IDC 2018), New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.41] Ploderer, B., Stuart, J., Tran, V., Green, T., & Muller, J. (2017) The Transition of Stroke Survivors from Hospital to Home: Understanding Work and Design Opportunities. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 1-9. [PDF, DOI]

[C.40] Lo, L., Galloway, J., Ploderer, B., & Perrin, D. (2017) ArmBeta: Towards Accessible Wearable Technology to Quantify Upper Limb Movement and Activities. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 365-360. [PDF, DOI]

[C.39] Brown, R., Ploderer, B., Seng, L., Lazzarini, P., & van Netten, J. (2017) MyFootCare: A Mobile Self-tracking Tool to Promote Self-care Amongst People with Diabetic Foot Ulcers. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 462-466. [PDF, DOI]

[C.38] Peever, N., Vella, N., Johnson, D., Ploderer, B., Klarkowski, M. & Mitchell, J. (2017) Understanding Initial Experiences with MindMax, an mHealth App that Draws on Shared Interests in Sports and Video Games. In Proceedings of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 438-442. [OzCHI Honorable Mention Award (top 5%), PDF, DOI]

[C.37] Aggarwal, D., Hoang, T., Zhang, W., Ploderer, B., V., Vetere, F., & Bradford, M. (2017) SoPhy: Smart Socks for Video Consultations of Physiotherapy. In Proc. of INTERACT 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10516, Springer, Cham, pp. 424-428. [DOI]

[C.36] Wilson, C., Brereton, M., Ploderer, B., Saggers, B., & Sitbon, L. (2017) Digital Strategies for Supporting Strengths- and Interests-based Learning with Children with Autism. In Proc. of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 52-61. [ASSETS Honorable Mention Award (top 5%), 26% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.35] Wilson, C., Brereton, M., & Ploderer, B. (2017) MyWord: Supporting the Interest-based Learning of Words through a Personal Visual Dictionary. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2017), New York: ACM, pp. 132-137. [High Commendation Award (top 5%), PDF, DOI]

[C.34] Smith, W., Ploderer, B., Wadley, G., Webber, S., & Borland, R. (2017) Trajectories of Engagement and Disengagement with a Story-Based Smoking Cessation App. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017). New York: ACM, pp. 3045-3056. [CHI Best Paper Honorable Mention Award (top 5%), 25% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.33] Aggarwal, D., Zhang, W., Hoang, T., Ploderer, B., V., Vetere, F., & Bradford, M. (2017) SoPhy: A Wearable Technology for Lower Limb Assessment in Video Consultations of Physiotherapy. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017). New York: ACM, pp. 3916-3928. [25% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.32] Ferdous, H., Vetere, F., Davis, H., Ploderer, B., O’Hara, K., Comber, R., & Farr-Wharton, G. (2017) Celebratory Technology to Orchestrate the Sharing of Devices and Stories during Family Mealtimes. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017). New York: ACM, pp. 6960-6972. [25% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.31] Ferdous, H., Ploderer, B., Davis, H., Vetere, F., O’Hara, K., Farr-Wharton, G., & Comber, R. (2016) TableTalk: integrating personal devices and content for commensal experiences at the family dinner table. In Proc. of the Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 132-143. [23% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.30] Liang, Z. & Ploderer, B. (2016) Sleep tracking in the real world: a qualitative study into barriers for improving sleep. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 537-541. [PDF, DOI]

[C.29] Rodgers, S., Maloney, B., Ploderer, B., & Brereton, M. (2016) Managing stress, sleep and technologies: an exploratory study of Australian university students. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 526-530. [PDF, DOI]

[C.28] Beven, T., Hoang, T., Carter, M., & Ploderer, B. (2016) HandLog: a deformable tangible device for continuous input through finger flexion. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 595-604. [PDF, DOI]

[C.27] Ploderer, B., Fong, J., Withana, A., Klaic, M., Nair, S., Crocher, V., Vetere, F., & Nanayakkara, S. (2016) ArmSleeve: a patient monitoring system to support occupational therapists in stroke rehabilitation. In Proc. of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 700-711. [26% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.26] Aggarwal, D., Ploderer, B., V., Vetere, F., Bradford, M., & Hoang, T. (2016) Doctor, can you see my squats? Understanding bodily communication in video consultations for physiotherapy. In Proc. of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2016). New York: ACM, pp. 1197-1208. [26% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.25] Liang, Z., Ploderer, B., Chapa Martell, M. A., & Nishimura, T. (2016) A cloud-based intelligent computing system for contextual exploration on personal sleep-tracking data using association rule mining. In Proc. of the International Symposium on Intelligent Computing Systems (ISICS 2016). Springer, pp. 83-96. [PDF, DOI]

[C.24] Liu, W., Ploderer, B., & Hoang, T. (2015) In bed with technology: challenges and opportunities for sleep tracking. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2015). New York: ACM, pp. 142-151. [PDF, DOI]

[C.23] Aggarwal, D., Garnett, R., Ploderer, B., Vetere, F., Eadie, P., & Davidson, B. (2015) Understanding video based parent training for children with autism. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2015). New York: ACM, pp. 10-19. [PDF, DOI]

[C.22] Ferdous, H., Ploderer, B., Davis, H., Vetere, F., & O’Hara, K. (2015) Pairing technology and meals: a contextual enquiry in the household. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2015). New York: ACM, pp. 370-379. [PDF, DOI]

[C.21] Vetere, F., O’Hara, K., Paay, J., Ploderer, B., Harper, R., & Sellen, A. (2014) Social NUI: Social Perspectives in Natural User Interfaces. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2014), New York: ACM, pp. 215-218. [PDF, DOI]

[C.20] Fisk, L., Carter, M., Rostami Yeganeh, B., Vetere, F., & Ploderer, B. (2014) Implicit and explicit interactions in video mediated collaboration. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2014). New York: ACM, pp. 250-259. [PDF, DOI]

[C.19] Wadley, G., Smith, W., Ploderer, B., Pearce, J., Webber, S., Whooley, M., & Borland, R. (2014) What people talk about when they talk about quitting. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2014). New York: ACM, pp. 388-391. [PDF, DOI]

[C.18] Smith, W., Wadley, G., Webber, S., Ploderer, B., & Lederman, R. (2014) Unbounding the Interaction Design problem: the contribution of HCI in three interventions for well-being. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2014). New York: ACM, pp. 392-395. [PDF, DOI]

[C.17] Kan, A., Ploderer, B., & Gibbs, M. (2014) Mixed Reality Stories: How creative writers integrate virtual and physical Realities. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2014). New York: ACM, pp. 115-118. [PDF, DOI]

[C.16] Whooley, M., Ploderer, B., & Gray, K. (2014) On the integration of self-tracking data amongst Quantified Self. In Proc. of the British HCI Conference (HCI 2014). pp. 151-160. [PDF, DOI]

[C.15] Paay, J., Kjeldskov, J., Brinthaparan, U., Lichon, L., Rasmussen, S., Srikandaraja, N., Smith, W., Wadley, G., & Ploderer, B. (2014) Quitty: Using Technology to Persuade Smokers to Quit. In Proc. of the Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (NordiCHI 2014). New York: ACM, pp. 551-560. [PDF, DOI]

[C.14] Kan, A., Gibbs, M., & Ploderer, B. (2013) Being chased by zombies! Understanding the experience of mixed reality quests. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2013). New York: ACM, pp. 207-216. [PDF, DOI]

[C.13] Ploderer, B., Smith, W., Howard, S., Pearce, J., & Borland, R. (2013) Patterns of support in an online community for smoking cessation. In Proc. of the Conference on Communities and Technologies (C&T 2013). New York: ACM, pp. 26-35. [26% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.12] van Gemert-Pijnen, L., Reitberger, Langrial, S., W., Ploderer, B., & Oinas-Kukkonen, H. (2013) Expanding the Research Area of Behavior Change Support Systems. In Persuasive 2013 Adjunct Proc., Sydney, Australia. [PDF]

[C.11] Ploderer, B., Smith, W., Howard, S., Pearce, J., & Borland, R. (2012) Things you don’t want to know about yourself: Ambivalence about tracking and sharing personal information for behaviour change. In Proc. of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2012). New York: ACM, pp. 489-492. [PDF, DOI]

[C.10] Ploderer, B., Leong, T., Ashkanasy, S., & Howard, S. (2012) A process of engagement: Engaging with the process. In Proc. of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2012). New York: ACM, pp. 224-233. [20% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.9] Ploderer, B., Smith, W., Howard, S., Pearce, J., & Borland, R. (2012) Introducing the ambivalent socialiser. In Proc. of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2012). New York: ACM, pp. 1511-1514. [23% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.8] Ploderer, B., Howard, S., & Thomas, P. (2008) Being online, living offline: The influence of social ties over the appropriation of social network sites. In Proc. of the Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008). New York: ACM, pp. 333-342. [23% acceptance rate, PDF, DOI]

[C.7] Ploderer, B., Howard, S., Thomas, P., & Reitberger, W. (2008) “Hey world, take a look at me!” Appreciating the human body on social network sites. In Proc. of the Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2008). Berlin: Springer, pp. 245-248. [PDF, DOI]

[C.6] Reitberger, W., Obermair, C., Ploderer, B., Meschtscherjakov, A., & Tscheligi, M. (2007) Enhancing the shopping experience with ambient displays: A field study in a retail store. In Proc. of the European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI 2007). Berlin: Springer, pp. 314-331. [PDF, DOI]

[C.5] Reitberger, W., Ploderer, B., Obermair, C., & Tscheligi, M. (2007) The perCues framework and its application for sustainable mobility. In Proc. of the Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2007). Berlin: Springer, pp. 92-95. [PDF, DOI]

[C.4] Obermair, C., Ploderer, B., Reitberger, W., & Tscheligi, M. (2006) Cues in the environment: A design principle for ambient intelligence. In Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2006) (pp. 1157-1162). New York: ACM. [PDF, DOI]

[C.3] Tscheligi, M., Reitberger, W., Obermair, C., & Ploderer, B., (2006) perCues: Trails of persuasion for ambient intelligence. In Proc. of the Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2006). Berlin: Springer, pp. 203-206. [PDF, DOI]

[C.2] Bernhaupt, R., Ploderer, B., & Tscheligi, M. (2005) Relevance of prior experience in MHP based interactive TV services. In Proc. of the IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2005). Berlin: Springer, pp. 1150-1153. [PDF, DOI]

[C.1] Ploderer, B., Matzer, M., Nischelwitzer, A. K., & Sprung, G. (2004) Magnifying Glass versus Mouse: A Usability Evaluation Comparing Tangible with Graphical User Interfaces. In Proc. of Multimedia Applications in Education Conference (MAPEC 2004). Graz, Austria: FH JOANNEUM, pp. 146-154. [PDF]