Sandy Claes

Publications

2017

Claes, S., Vande Moere, A. (2017). Situating Visualization in a Semi-Public Context: What is the Impact of Narrative Design Strategies? Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. ACM, 2017. Accepted for publication. Acceptance rate: 24%

Claes, S., Vande Moere, A. (2017). Replicating an In-The-Wild Study One Year Later: Comparing Prototypes with Different Material Dimensions. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. ACM, 2017. Accepted for publication. Acceptance rate: 24%

Claes, S., Coenen, J., Vande Moere, A., Empowering Citizens with Spatially Distributed Public Visualization Displays. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems Extended Abstracts. ACM, 2017. Accepted for publication. Acceptance rate: 45%

Houben, M., Denef, B., Mattelaer, M.,Claes, S., Vande Moere, A. The Meaningful Integration of Interactive Media in Architecture. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems Extended Abstracts. ACM, 2017. Accepted for publication. Acceptance rate: 45%

2016

Claes, Sandy, Karin Slegers, and Andrew Vande Moere. “The Bicycle Barometer: Design and Evaluation of a Cyclist-Specific Interaction for a Public Display.” International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, 2016.

Claes, S., Vande Moere, A. (2016). What Public Visualization Can Learn from Street Art. Leonardo – Art, Science and Technology.

2015

Claes, S. and Vande Moere, A. (2015). “The Role of Tangible Interaction in Exploring Information on Public Visualization Displays”, International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis’15), Saarbrucken, Germany, ACM, accepted for publication.

Claes S., Wouters N., Slegers K. and Vande Moere A. (2015) “Controlling In-The-Wild Evaluation Studies for Public Displays”, ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’15), Seoul, Korea. ACM

Claes S., Coenen J., Slegers K. and Vande Moere A. (2015) “Design Implications of Casual Health Visualization on Tangible Displays”, ACM SIGCHI Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’15), Seoul, Korea. ACM

Vande Moere, A., Claes, S. (2015). Towards Recognizing the Tacit Qualities of Physical Data Visualization. Workshop on Exploring the Challenges of Making Data Physical, co-located with CHI’15. CHI’15. Seoul, South Korea, 18-23 April 2015 ACM.

Valkanova, N., Claes, S., Behrens, M., Vande Moere, A. (2015). Information-Bombing: Confronting the Public to Civic Data. Workshop on Beyond Personal Informatics: Designing for Experiences with Data, co-located with CHI’15.CHI’15, 18-23 April 2015 ACM.

Schoffelen, J., Claes, S., Huybrechts, L., Martens, S., Chua, A., Vande Moere, A. (2015). Visualising Things. Perspectives on How to Make Things Public through Visualisation. CoDesign, 12 (3-4), 179-192.

Wouters, N., Claes, S., Vande Moere, A. (2015). Investigating the Role of Situated Public Displays and Hyperlocal Content on Place-Making. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) (25), 60-72.

2014

Claes S. and Vande Moere A. (2014) “What Public Visualization Can Learn From Street Art”, IEEE VIS 2014 Arts Program, Paris, France. PDF

2013

Claes, S., and Vande Moere A. (2013) “Street Visualization: Raising Awareness for Local Social Issues through a Situated Display”, International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis’13). ACM

2009

Knoops R., Claes S., Vandekerkhove V. (2009) “Enhancing the educational experience of a museum collection”, Abstract for the DIVERSE 2009 Conference. Aberystwyth University, Wales.

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