Sebastian Denef
Sebastian Denef
OWN.space, Innopolis University, IPERF Institute
Verified email at denef.com - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Social media and the police: Tweeting practices of British police forces during the August 2011 riots
S Denef, PS Bayerl, NA Kaptein
proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2013
1612013
The openinterface framework: A tool for multimodal interaction.
M Serrano, L Nigay, JYL Lawson, A Ramsay, R Murray-Smith, S Denef
CHI'08 Extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems, 3501-3506, 2008
912008
Cultivating energy literacy: results from a longitudinal living lab study of a home energy management system
T Schwartz, S Denef, G Stevens, L Ramirez, V Wulf
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2013
822013
What people do with consumption feedback: a long-term living lab study of a home energy management system
T Schwartz, G Stevens, T Jakobi, S Denef, L Ramirez, V Wulf, D Randall
Interacting with Computers 27 (6), 551-576, 2015
682015
Handy navigation in ever-changing spaces: An ethnographic study of firefighting practices
S Denef, L Ramirez, T Dyrks, G Stevens
Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Designing interactive systems, 184-192, 2008
552008
Towards human-centered support for indoor navigation
L Ramirez, S Denef, T Dyrks
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2009
472009
Best practice in police social media adaptation
S Denef, N Kaptein, S Bayerl, L Ramirez
272012
Letting tools talk: interactive technology for firefighting
S Denef, L Ramirez, T Dyrks
CHI'09 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 4447-4452, 2009
222009
An empirical study of firefighting sensemaking practices to inform the design of ubicomp technology
T Dyrks, S Denef, L Ramirez
Sensemaking Workshop of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2008
192008
The role of macro context for the link between technological and organizational change
PS Bayerl, G Jacobs, S Denef, RJ van den Berg, N Kaptein, K Birdi, ...
Journal of organizational change management, 2013
182013
A pattern language of firefighting frontline practice to inform the design of ubiquitous computing
S Denef
International Joint Conference on Ambient Intelligence, 308-312, 2011
182011
Designing for firefighters—building empathy through live action role-playing
T Dyrks, L Ramirez, S Denef, D Meyer, B Penkert
International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and …, 2009
182009
Rigid structures, independent units, monitoring: Organizing patterns in frontline firefighting
S Denef, D Keyson, R Oppermann
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2011
172011
What do citizens communicate about during crises? Analyzing twitter use during the 2011 UK riots
M Gascó, PS Bayerl, S Denef, B Akhgar
Government Information Quarterly 34 (4), 635-645, 2017
162017
" Reconstructing normality" the use of infrastructure leftovers in crisis situations as inspiration for the design of resilient technology
A Al-Akkad, L Ramirez, S Denef, A Boden, L Wood, M Büscher, ...
Proceedings of the 25th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference …, 2013
162013
Designing for social configurations: Pattern languages to inform the design of ubiquitous computing
S Denef, R Oppermann, DV Keyson
International Journal of Design 5 (3), 2011
112011
ICT trends in European policing
S Denef, N Kaptein, PS Bayerl, K Birdi, F Bisogni, D Cassan, ...
The COMPOSITE Project, 2011
102011
Talking about implications for design in pattern language
S Denef, D Keyson
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
82012
Cross-European approaches to social media as a tool for police communication
S Denef, SP Bayerl, N Kaptein
European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, 11-14, 2011
82011
Context as a resource for diagnostic work
L Ramirez, T Dyrks, S Denef, G Stevens
CSCW, Technology and Diagnostic Work. Workshop at ECSCW, 2007
62007
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