Publications

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Journal Papers (Peer-Reviewed)

[J.19] Gravem, D., Lakes, K. D., Rich, J., Vaughan, J., Hayes, G.R, Cooper, D., & Olshansky, E. Feasibility of caregiver assisted home exercise for preterm infants. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing. Accepted.
[J.18] Brubaker, J. R., Hayes, G.R., and Dourish, J.P. Beyond the Grave: Interpretation and participation in peri-mortem behavior on Facebook. The Information Society. In Press.
[J.17] Hayes, G.R., and Truong, K.N. Paratyping: A Contextualized Method of Inquiry for Understanding Perceptions of Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Technologies. Human-Computer Interaction. In Press.
[J.16] Tentori, M., Hayes, G.R., and Reddy, M. Pervasive Computing for Hospital, Chronic, and Preventive Care. Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction. Vol. 5: No 1, pp 1-95.
[J.15] Hayes, G.R., Patterson, D.J., Singh, M., Gravem, D., Rich, J., and Cooper, D. Supporting the Transition from Hospital to Home for Premature Infants Using Integrated Mobile Computing and Sensor Support. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 2011. 15(8): 871-885.
[J.14] Grinter, R.E., Wyche, S.P., Hayes, G.R., and Harvel, L.D. Technology in Protestant Ministry. Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work. December 2011. 20(6): 449-472.
[J.13] Hayes, G.R. The Relationship of Action Research to Human-Computer Interaction. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction. 2011. 18 (3): 15.
[J.12] Lindtner, S., Chen, J., Hayes, G.R., and Dourish, P. Towards a Framework of Publics: Re-encountering Media Sharing and its Use. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction. 2011. 18(2): 5.
[J.11] Hayes, G.R., Lee, C.P., and Dourish, P. Organizational routines, innovation, and flexibility:  the application of narrative networks to dynamic workflow. International Journal of Medical Informatics. August 2011. 80(8): 161-177
[J.10] Ngo-Metzger, Q., Hayes, G.R., Chen, Y., Cygan, R., and Garfield, C.E. Improving Communication Between Patients and Providers Using Health Information Technology and Other Quality Improvement Strategies: Focus on Asian Americans. Medical Care Research and Review. October 2010. 245-266.
[J.9] Ngo-Metzger, Q., Hayes, G.R., Chen, Y., Cygan, R., and Garfield, C.E. Improving Communication Between Patients and Providers Using Health Information Technology and Other Quality Improvement Strategies: Focus on Low-Income Children. Medical Care Research and Review. October 2010. 267-297.
[J.8] Cramer, M.D. and Hayes, G.R. Acceptable Use in the Age of Connected Youth: How Risks, Policies, and Promises of the Future Impact Student Access to Mobile Phones and Social Media in Schools. IEEE Pervasive Computing. 9(3), July-September 2010, 37-44.
[J.7] Massimi, M., Truong, K.N., Dearman, D., and Hayes, G.R. Understanding Recording Technologies in Everyday Life. IEEE Pervasive Computing. 9(3), July-September 2010. 64-71.
[J.6] Hayes, G.R., Hirano, S., Marcu, G., Monibi, M., Nguyen, D.H., and Yeganyan, M. Interactive Visual Supports for Children with Autism. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 14(7): 663-680. 2010.
[J.5] Nguyen, D.H. and Hayes, G.R. Information Privacy in Institutional and End-User Tracking and Recording Technologies. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 14(1): 53-72. January 2010.
[J.4] Truong, K.N. and Hayes, G.R. Ubiquitous Computing for Capture and Access, Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction: (2):2, 95-171. 2009.
[J.3] Hayes, G.R., Poole, E.S., Iachello, G., Patel, S.N., Grimes, A., Abowd, G.D, Truong, K.N., Physical, Social, and Experiential Knowledge in Pervasive Computing Environments, IEEE Pervasive Computing. (6)4: 56-63, Oct-Dec, 2007.
[J.2] Kientz, J.A., Hayes, G.R., Westeyn, T., and Abowd, G.D. Pervasive Computing and Autism: Assisting Caregivers of Children with Special Needs. IEEE Pervasive Computing, (6)1: 28-35. Jan-Mar 2007.
[J.1] Abowd, G.D., Hayes, G.R., Iachello, G., Kientz, J.A., Patel, S.N., Stevens, M., Truong, K.N. Prototypes and Paratypes: Designing Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Applications. IEEE Pervasive Computing, (4)4: 67-73. Oct-Dec 2005.

Conference Papers (Peer-Reviewed)

[C.31] Tang, K.P., Hirano, S.H., Cheng, K.C., and Hayes, G.R. Balancing Caregiver and Clinician Needs in a Mobile Health Informatics Tool for Preterm Infants. In Proc Pervasive Health ’12.
[C.30] Brubaker, J., Kivran-Swaine, F., Taber, L. and Hayes, G.R. Grief-Stricken in a Crowd: The language of bereavement and distress in social media. In Proc ICWSM ’12. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.29] Escobedo, L., Nguyen, D.H., Boyd, L.A., Hirano, S.H., Rangel, A., Garcia, D., Tentori, M., and Hayes, G.R. MOSOCO: A Mobile Assistive Tool to Support Children with Autism Practicing Social Skills in Real-Life Situations. Proc CHI ’12.
[C.28] Dombrowski, L., Voida, A. Hayes, G.R., Mazmanian, M. The Labor Practices of Service Mediation: A Study of the Work Practices of Food Assistance Outreach. Proc CHI ’12.
[C.27] Jeong, H.Y., Hayes, G.R., Yun, T., Sung, J., Abowd, G.D., and Arriaga, R.I. Act Collectively: Opportunities for Technologies to Support Low-Income Children with Asthma. HCI ’11, July 4-8 2011.
[C.26]Nguyen, D.H. and Hayes, G.R. Using Responses to Video Recording to Situate the Concern for Information Privacy.  CHI’11, May 7-12, 2011.
[C.25] Cramer, M.D., Hirano, S., Tentori, M., Yeganyan, M., and Hayes, G.R. Classroom-Based Assistive Technology: Collective Use of Interactive Visual Schedules by Students with Autism. CHI’11, May 7-12, 2011.
[C.24] Brubaker, J.R. and Hayes, G.R. “We will never forget you [online]”: An empirical investigation of post-mortem MySpace comments. CSCW’11, March 19-23, 2011. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.23] Brubaker, J.R. and Hayes, G.R. SELECT * FROM USER: Infrastructure and Socio-technical Representation. CSCW’11, March 19-23, 2011. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.22] Liu, L.S., Hirano, S.H., Tentori, M., Cheng, K.G., George, S., Park, S., and Hayes, G.R. Improving Communication and Social Support for Caregivers of High-Risk Infants through Mobile Technologies. CSCW’11, March 19-23, 2011.
[C.21] Liu, L.S., Shih, P.C., Hayes, G.R. Barriers to the Adoption and Use of Personal Health Record Systems. iConference 2011, February 8-11, 2011, Seattle WA USA. 363-370.
[C.20] Mankoff, J., Hayes, G.R., and Kasnitz, D. Disability Studies as a Source of Critical Inquiry for the Field of Assistive Technology. In Proc. Assets 2010, 3-10. [Best Paper]
[C.19] Tentori, M. and Hayes, G.R. Designing for Interaction Immediacy to Enhance Social Skills of Children with Autism. In Proc Ubicomp 2010, 51-60.
[C.18] Hirano, S., Yeganyan, M., Marcu, G., Nguyen, D., Boyd, L.A., Hayes, G.R. vSked: Evaluation of a System to Support Classroom Activities for Children with Autism. In Proc CHI 2010, 1633-1642.
[C.17] Marcu, G., Kaufman, S.J., Lee J.K., Black, R.W., Dourish, P., Hayes, G.R., Richardson, D.J. Design and Evaluation of a Computer Science and Engineering Course for Middle School Girls. In Proc SIGCSE 2010, 234-238.
[C.16] Nguyen, D. H., Marcu, G., Hayes, G. R., Truong, K. N., Scott, J., Langheinrich, M. and Roduner, C. Encountering SenseCam: Personal Recording Technologies in Everyday Life. In Proc UbiComp 2009, 165-174.
[C.15] Shih, P.C., Nguyen, D.H., Hirano, S., Redmiles, D., Hayes, G.R. GroupMind: Supporting Brainstorming through a Collaborative Mind-mapping Tool In Proc ACM GROUP’09, 139-148.
[C.14] Irani, L., Hayes, G.R., Dourish, P. Situated Practices of Looking: Visual Practice in an Online World. In Proc CSCW 2008, 187-196.
[C.13] Nguyen, D.H., Hayes, G.R., Kobsa, A. An Empirical Investigation of Concerns of Everyday Tracking and Recording Technologies In Proc Ubicomp 2008, 182-191.
[C.12] Hayes, G.R., Abowd, G.D., Davis, J., Blount, M., Ebling, M., and Mynatt, E.D. Opportunities for Pervasive Computing in Chronic Cancer Care. In Proc Pervasive 2008, 262-269.
[C.11] Hayes, G.R., Gardere, L., Abowd, G.D, and Truong, K.N. CareLog: A Selective Archiving Tool for Behavior Management in Schools. In Proc CHI 2008, 685-694.
[C.10] Kientz, J.A., Arriaga, R., Chetty, M. Hayes, G.R., Richardson, J., Patel, S.N., Abowd, G.D. Understanding Record-Keeping Needs for the Development of Young Children. In Proc CHI 2007, 1351-1360.
[C.9] Wyche, S.P., Hayes, G.R., Harvel, L.D., Grinter, R.E. Technology in Spiritual Formation: An Exploratory Study of Computer Mediated Religious Communications. In Proc CSCW 2006, 199-208. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.8] Kientz, J.A., Hayes, G.R., Grinter, R.E., and Abowd, G.D. From the War Room to the Living Room: Decision Support for Home-based Therapy Teams. In Proc CSCW 2006, 209-218. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.7] Patel, S.N., Kientz, J.A., Hayes, G.R., and Abowd, G.D. Farther Than You May Think: An Empirical Investigation of the Proximity of Users to Their Mobile Phones. In Proc Ubicomp ’06. 123-140, 2006.
[C.6] Truong, K.N., Hayes, G.R., Abowd, G.D. Storyboarding: An Empirical Determination of Best Practices and Effective Guidelines. In Proc DIS 2006, 12-21.
[C.5] Hayes, G.R. and Abowd, G.D. Tensions in Designing Capture Technologies for an
Evidence-Based Care Community,
In Proc CHI’06, 937-946.
[C.4] Iachello, G., Truong, K.N., Abowd, G.D., Hayes, G.R., Stevens, M. Event-Contingent Experience Sampling to Evaluate Ubicomp Privacy in the Real World, In Proc CHI’06, 1009-1018. [Best Paper Nomination]
[C.3] Kientz, J. A., Boring, S., Abowd, G. D., Hayes, G. R. Abaris: Evaluating Automated Capture Applied to Structured Autism Interventions. In Proc Ubicomp 2005, 323-339.
[C.2] Hayes, G.R., Kientz, J.A., Truong, K.N., White, D.R., Abowd, G.D., Pering, T. Designing Capture Applications to Support the Education of Children with Autism. In Proc Ubicomp 2004, 161-178.
[C.1] Hayes, G.R., Patel, S.N., Truong, K.N., Iachello, G., Kientz, J.A., Farmer, R., Abowd, G.D. The Personal Audio Loop: Designing a Ubiquitous Audio-Based Memory Aid. In Proc Mobile HCI 2004, 168-179.

Book Chapters

[B.4] Hayes, G.R., Yeganyan, M.T., Brubaker, J.R., O’Neal, L., and Hosaflook, S.W. (2012) Using Mobile Technologies to Support Students in Work Transition Programs. Twenty-First Century Skills for Students with Autism. Katharina Boser and Matthew Goodwin, Eds. Brooke’s Publishing. In Press.
[B.3] Abowd, G.D., Kientz, J.A., Hayes, G.R., Arriaga, R.I, and Nazneen. (2012) Tools to support simplified capture activities in natural environments. Twenty-First Century Skills for Students with Autism. Katharina Boser and Matthew Goodwin, Eds. Brooke’s Publishing. In Press.
[B.2] Hayes, G.R. and Truong, K.N. (2009) Selective Archiving: A Model for Privacy Sensitive Capture and Access Technologies. In Protecting Privacy in Video Surveillance, Andrew Senior, Editor, 165-184.
[B.1] Patel, S.N., Truong, K.N. Hayes, G.R., Iachello, G., Kientz, J.A., Abowd, G.D. (2008) The Personal Audio Loop: A Ubiquitous Audio-Based Memory Aid Handbook of Research on User Interface Design and Evaluation for Mobile Technology, Joanna Lumsden, Editor, 1031 – 1048.

Conference Short Papers (Peer Reviewed)

[c.33] Hirano, S., Truong, K.N., and Hayes, G.R. uSmell: A Gas Sensor System to Classify Odors in Natural, Uncontrolled Environments. Extended Abstracts of Ubicomp 2012.
[c.32] Hirano, S., Tang, K.P., and Hayes, G.R. The Estrellita System A Health Informatics Tool to Support Caregivers of Preterm Infants. Demonstration presented at Pervasive Health 2012.
[c.31] Tang, K.P., Cheng, K.G, Hirano, S., Nagel, M., Baker, D., and Hayes, G.R. (2011) Addressing the Design Challenges for a Clinically-Informed Data Capture Tool Targeted for Caregivers of Premature Infants. In Proceedings of Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH 2011), 14-18.
[c.30] Tentori, M., Boyd, L.E., Roxas, W., Nguyen, D.H., and Hayes, G.R. Perceived Acceptance of the Mobile Social Compass. Presented at the 10th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2011).  May 2011.
[c.29] Mentis, H., Thimbleby,, H., Kientz, J., Hayes, G.R., and Reddy, M. Interactive Technologies for Health. CHI 2011. May 7-12, 2011.
[c.28] Yeganyan, M. T., Cramer, M., Boyd, L. A., and Hayes, G. R. vSked: an interactive visual schedule system for use in classrooms for children with autism. In Proc. IDC’10, 319-322.
[c.27] Tentori, M., L. Boyd, and Hayes, G.R. A Mobile Social Compass. Presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2010) May 2010.
[c.26] Hayes, G.R., Cheng, K., Hirano, S., Park, S., Gravem, D., Rich, J., and Cooper, D. FitBaby: Using Observations of Daily Living to Improve the Health of Preterm Infants and Their Caregivers. In Proc Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 2010, 73-76.
[c.25] Liu, L. and Hayes, G.R. Heuristic Evaluation of Personal Health Records Systems. In Proc Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 2010, 101-104.
[c.24] Brubaker, J., Chen, Y., Cheng, K., Combs, C., George, S., Harrison, S., Hayes, G.R., and Kaplan, S. Attitudes and Readiness for Adoption of an Electronic Medical Records System: A Preliminary Case Study. In Proc Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 2010, 13-17.
[c.23] Marcu, G. and Hayes, G.R. Use of SenseCam in Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Autism. In Proc Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 2010, 113-116.
[c.22] Rubin, A., Routh, J. Hayes, G.R., De Vries, K., and McGraw, G. Lifestyle Hacking: Social Networks and Gen Y Meet Security and Privacy. Panel at RSA Conference. San Francisco, CA. March 1-5, 2010.
[c.21] Cramer, M., Moher, T., Pea, R., Scacchi, W., Wilson, K., and Hayes, G.R. Reaching Diverse Student Populations in Embedded Ubiquitous Educational Environments. Panel at Digital Media and Learning Conference. San Diego, CA. February 19-20, 2010.
[c.20] Marcu, G. and Hayes, G.R. Use of SenseCam in Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Autism. Presented at SenseCam 2009: Clinical and Technical Advances and the Future of SenseCam Research. Chicago IL USA. October 2009.
[c.19] Yeganyan, M., Hirano, S., Nguyen, D.H., and Hayes, G.R. Interactive and Collaborative Classroom Visual Schedules. Presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2009) Chicago IL USA. May 2009.
[c.18] Marcu, G., Nguyen, D.H., and Hayes, G.R. Use of a Wearable Recording Device in Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Autism. Presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2009) Chicago IL USA. May 2009.
[c.17] Hayes, G.R. Understanding Educational Technology through Special Education and Autism Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association panel on Inclusion of Autism and Disability. November 21, 2008.
[c.16] Marcu, G., Nguyen, D. H., and Hayes, G. R. Reactions to the Use of Wearable Recording Technology for Aiding People with Memory Impairments. Poster presented at Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing, as part of the ACM Student Research Competition. Keystone CO USA. Oct 2008.
[c.15] Noack, N., Lindtner, S., Hayes, G.R. LoRy: Locative Storytelling In the Proceedings of Interaction Design for Children (IDC’08). Chicago IL USA. June 2008.
[c.14] Hayes, G.R., Patterson, D.J., Monibi, M., and Kaufman, S.J. Interactive and Intelligent Visual Communication Systems. In the Proceedings of Interaction Design for Children (IDC’08). Chicago IL USA. June 2008.
[c.13] Monibi, M. and Hayes, G.R. Mocotos: Mobile Communications Tools for Children with Special Needs. In the Extended Abstracts for Interaction Design for Children (IDC’08). Chicago IL USA. June 2008.
[c.12] Kaufman, S., Patterson, D.J., and Hayes, G.R., Design of Interactive Visual Scheduling Systems. Poster presented at International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR). London UK. May 2008.
[c.11] Dourish, P., Hayes, G. R., Irani, L., Lee, C. P., Lindtner, S., Nardi, B., Patterson, D. J., and Tomlinson, B. 2008. Informatics at UC Irvine. In CHI ’08 Extended Abstracts, 3651-3656.
[c.10] Gillette, D. R., Hayes, G. R., Abowd, G. D., Cassell, J., el Kaliouby, R., Strickland, D., and Weiss, P. Interactive technologies for autism. In Extended Abstracts of CHI ’07, 2109-2112
[c.9] Hayes, G.R., Heflin, J., Abowd, G.D., Gardere, L.M., DeFazio, C.., Pittman, C., Pirouz, N, and Hooda, S. Evaluating a Selectively Archived Video Recording System for Functional Behavior Assessment in Schools. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International – Autism (February, 2007, Boston, MA, USA), 2007.
[c.8] Hayes, G.R. Documenting, Understanding, and Sharing Everyday Activities through the Selective Archiving of Live Experiences In the Extended abstracts of CSCW 2006.
[c.7] Hayes, G.R., Heflin, J., Abowd, G.D., Gardere, L.M., Matthews, E., Kientz, J.A., Oberleitner, R, and Pering, T. Evaluating a Selectively Archived Video Recording System for Functional Behavior Assessment in Schools. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2006). Montreal Quebec Canada, February 2006.
[c.6] Hayes, G.R. Documenting and Understanding Everyday Activities through the Selective Archiving of Live Experiences In the Extended Abstracts of CHI ’06, 1759-1762.
[c.5] Hayes, G.R., Truong, K.N., Abowd, G.D., Pering. T. Experience Buffers: A Socially Appropriate, Selective Archiving Tool for Evidence-Based Care. In the Extended Abstracts of CHI’05, 1435-1438
[c.4] Truong, K.N., Richter, H., Hayes, G.R., Abowd, G.D. Devices for Sharing Thoughts and Affection at a Distance. In the Extended Abstracts of CHI’04, 1203-1206.
[c.3] Hayes, G.R., Piper, A.M., Amar, B., Bevis, K.J., Newstetter, W., and Bruckman, A.S. Audience in Computer Learning: A Constructionist Interpretation. In the International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2004. (June 22-26, 2004, Santa Monica, CA, USA), 2004.
[c.2] Pering, T., Light, J., Sundar, M., Hayes, G., Raghunathan, V., Pattison, E., Want, R. The Personal Server: Personal Content for Situated Displays. In the Extended Abstracts of Ubicomp 2003 (October 12 – 15, 2003, Seattle, WA, USA), 2003.
[c.1] Hayes, G., Pierce, J.S., and Abowd, G.D. (2003) Practices for Capturing Short Important Thoughts. In the Extended Abstracts of CHI’03, 904-905.

Conference and Workshop Papers without Proceedings (Lightly Peer-Reviewed)

[CnP.16] Tang, K.P., Hirano, S.H., Cheng, K.C., and Hayes, G.R. Designing a Mobile Health Tool for Preterm Infant Wellness. Pervasive Health 2012 Workshop on Wellness Interventions and HCI. May 2012.
[CnP.15] Dombrowski, L., Voida, A., Hayes, G.R., Mazmanian, M. Tensions in the Use and Adoption of Technologies for Outreach. Presented at Workshop on Learning from Marginalized Users: Reciprocity in HCI4D at CSCW 2012.
[CnP.14] Brubaker, J.R., Hirano, S.H., and Hayes, G.R. Lost in Translation: Three challenges for the collection and use of data in personal informatics. Personal Informatics & HCI: Design, Theory, & Social Implications. CHI 2011 Workshop. Vancouver, Canada. May 2011.
[CnP.13] Liu, L.S. and Hayes, G.R. Evaluation the Usefulness and Usability of Collaborative Personal Health Record Systems. CSCW Research in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future. CSCW2010 Workshop. Savannah, GA. February 2010.
[CnP.12] Brubaker, J., Lustig, C., and Hayes, G.R. PatientsLikeMe: Empowerment and Representation in a Patient-Centered Social Network. CSCW Research in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future. CSCW2010 Workshop. Savannah, GA. February 2010.
[CnP.11] Truong, K.N. and Hayes, G.R. Encountering SenseCam: implications for personal recording technologies in everyday life, Presented at SenseCam 2009: Clinical and Technical Advances and the Future of SenseCam Research. Chicago, IL. October 2009.
[CnP.10] Kientz, J.A., Hayes, G.R., Arriaga, R., Abowd, G.D. Designing and Developing Technology for Caregivers of Individuals with Autism CHI 2008 Workshop on Technology in Mental Health. Florence, Italy. April 2008.
[CnP.9] Hayes, G.R. Reconsidering Education and Learning in HCI: A Social Cultural View of Special Education and Technology, Presented at the Human-Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC 2008). Fraser, CO., February 2008.
[CnP.8] Hayes, G.R. and Patterson, D.J. Intelligent and Interactive Visual Schedules, Workshop on Augmented Cognition, Rochester, NY, October 2007.
[CnP.7] Hayes, G.R. Documenting and Understanding Everyday Activities through the Selective Archiving of Live Experiences Presented at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, (October 4 – 7, San Diego, California, USA), 2006
[CnP.6] Hayes, G.R. Documenting and Understanding Everyday Activities through the Selective Archiving of Live Experiences Presented at the Human Computer Interaction Consortium 2006 (February 1 – 5, Fraser, CO), 2006.
[CnP.5] Abowd, G.D., Hayes, G.R., Kientz, J.A., Mamykina, L., and Mynatt, E.D. Challenges and Opportunities for Collaboration Technologies for Chronic Care Management, Presented at The Human-Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC 2006). Frasier, CO., 2006.
[CnP.4] Hayes, G.R. and Abowd, G.D. Assessment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders through Data Collection in the Natural Environment Worskhop on Health Issues in HCI at CHI’05 (April 2-7, Portland, OR, USA), 2005.
[CnP.3] Lundell, J. and Hayes, G.R. Prompting and Feedback Displays to Support the Morning Routines of Elders. Proc HCI International 2005 (July 22-25, Las Vegas, NV, USA), 2005.
[CnP.2] Hayes, G.R. Of Blogs and Journals: How We Express Our Most Intimate Thoughts.Workshop on Intimate Computing at Ubicomp 2003 (October 12-15, Seattle, WA), 2003.
[CnP.1] Hayes, G.R., Rea, A., Brunette, W., Abowd, G.D., Pierce, J.S., Truong, K.N., Pering, T.
Lightweight Note-Taking Tools Using a Confederation of Mobile Capture and Access Devices. Workshop on Multi-Device Interfaces for Ubiquitous Peripheral Interaction at Ubicomp 2003 (October 12-15, Seattle, WA), 2003.