The Design of Come Together Places for light-weight
The Design of Come Together Places for light-weight group meetings Yibo Sun and Saul Greenberg University of Calgary Note. This slide deck was used as part of the presentation at the ACM Group
Conference. It does not include the videos, which are scenes extracted from the video figure associated with this paper. That video is available at: http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/Publications/2010-ComeTogetherVideo.Report2010-979-28 The message People must be able to quickly bring together other people and their things to
form a place for light-weight meetings Light-weight meetings Informal, casual, opportunistic and somewhat ad-hoc
awareness of people easy engagement with little cost
involves artefacts and tools persistence of meeting places proximity and social context centre/peripheral involvement http://www.iisd.ca/climate/sb22/wed2505.html Light-weight meetings
Locales Framework (Fitzpatrick)
locales: social worlds, sites & means center/periphery principle mutuality and awareness individual views interaction trajectories Civic structure
Instant Messengers People-focused awareness awareness of people easy engagement with little cost involves artefacts and tools proximity and social context
persistence of meeting places centre/peripheral involvement Media Spaces People-focused awareness awareness of people easy engagement with little cost
involves artefacts and tools proximity and social context persistence of meeting places centre/peripheral involvement Community Bar McEwan, 2006 Sidebar metaphor
Community Bar McEwan, 2006 Place CSCW class
Groupware places Place G-place Place ilab
Place mike test Community Bar McEwan, 2006 Places collect people & things
Community Bar McEwan, 2006 Drill down awareness full view tooltip grande
sidebar Come Together media items console / buddy list
Place window Place strip Creating a Light-weight Meeting
What the other person sees Structure of a meeting place Another Light-weight Place
Leaving a Place A Bigger Place From Public to Private Places Preliminary Evaluation
12 individual participants scenario walkthrough: think-aloud interview Results generally positive could improve
withdrawal process too heavy-weight public nature of a place only works with certain communities Summary People must be able to quickly bring together other people and their things to form a place for light-weight meetings
Console Rapid Place Creation Center / Periphery Awareness
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