Best Paper

Foregrounding Everyday Sounds in Dementia
Maarten Houben (TU/e), Rens Brankaert (TU/e), Saskia Bakker (TU/e), Gail Kenning (University of Technology Sydney), Inge Bongers (Tilburg University), and Berry Eggen (TU/e)

Clearing the Smoke: The Changing Identities and Work of Firefighters
Alyssa Rumsey (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Christopher Le Dantec (Georgia Institute of Technology)

MorphIO: Entirely Soft Sensing and Actuation Modules for Programming Shape Changes through Tangible Interaction
Ryosuke Nakayama (Keio University), Ryo Suzuki (University of Colorado Boulder), Satoshi Nakamaru (Keio University), Ryuma Niiyama (University of Tokyo), Yoshihiro Kawahara (University of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (University of Tokyo)

Design in the HCI Classroom: Setting a Research Agenda
Lauren Wilcox (Georgia Institute of Technology), Betsy DiSalvo (Georgia Institute of Technology), Richard Henneman (Georgia Institute of Technology), and Qiaosi Wang (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Honourable Mentions for Best Paper

Mannequette: Understanding and Enabling Collaboration and Creativity on Avant-Garde Fashion-Tech Runways
Teddy Seyed (University of Calgary) and Anthony Tang (University of Calgary)

“That’s the Way Sighted People Do It”: What Blind Parents Can Teach Technology Designers About Co-Reading with Children
Kevin Storer (University of California, Irvine) and Stacy Branham (University of California, Irvine)

muRedder: Shredding Speaker for Ephemeral Musical Experience
Kyung Jin Kim (UNIST), Sangsu Jang (UNIST), Bomin Kim (UNIST), Hyosun Kwon (Loughborough University), Young-Woo Park (UNIST)

A Scenario-Based Methodology for Exploring Risks: Children and Programmable IoT
Bran Knowles (Lancaster University), Sophie Beck (Lancaster University), Joe Finney (Lancaster University), James Devine (Lancaster University), Joseph Lindley (Lancaster University)

Do You Have to Pee? A Design Space for Intimate and Somatic Data
Karey Helms (KTH)

Teaching Soma Design
Vasiliki Tsaknaki (KTH), Madeline Balaam (KTH), Anna Ståhl (RISE), Pedro Sanches (KTH), Charles Windlin (KTH), Pavel Karpashevich (KTH), Kristina Höök (KTH)

Keeping and Discarding Personal Data: Exploring a Design Space
Francesco Vitale (University of British Columbia), William Odom (Simon Fraser University), Joanna McGrenere (University of British Columbia)

Exploring Rural Community Practices in HIV Management for the Design of Technology
Erick Oduor (IBM Research Africa), Carolyn Pang (IBM Research Africa), Charles Wachira (IBM Research Africa), Rachel Bellamy (IBM Research Africa), Timothy Nyota (IBM Research Africa), Sekou Remy (IBM Research Africa), and Aisha Walcott (IBM Research Africa)

Negotiating the Creative Space in Human-Robot Collaborative Design
Matthew Law (Cornell University), JiHyun Jeong (Cornell University), Amrit Kwatra (Cornell University), Malte Jung (Cornell University), and Guy Hoffman (Cornell University)

Best Pictorial

Sensing Kirigami
Clement Zheng (University of Colorado, Boulder), HyunJoo Oh (Georgia Institute of Technology), Laura Devendorf (University of Colorado, Boulder), Ellen Yi-Luen Do (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Honourable Mention for Best Pictorial

Ovum: Designing for Fertility Tracking as a Shared and Domestic Experience
Sarah Homewood (IT University Copenhagen), Harvey Bewley (IT University Copenhagen), and Laurens Boer (IT University Copenhagen)

Data Rhetoric and Mutual Gains Participation: Data Advocacy in US Labor History
Vera Khovanskaya (Cornell University) and Phoebe Sengers (Cornell University)

See the World Through the Eyes of a Child
Catia Prandi (Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute), Marta Ferreira (Instituto Superior Técnico), Valentina Nisi (Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute), Nuno Jardim Nunes (IST - U. Lisbon)

Best Provocation

How the Design of Social Technology Fails Rural America
Jean Hardy (University of Michigan)

Best Work-In-Progress

Proxemics Play: Exploring the Interplay between Mobile Devices and Interiors
Jens Emil Grønbæk (Aarhus University), Christine Linding (Aarhus University), Anders Kromann (Aarhus University), Thomas Fly Hylddal Jensen (Aarhus University), and Marianne Graves Petersen (Aarhus University)