“Human-centered design is an approach to innovation in which user research drives design decisions by providing an understanding of end users. In practice, different people, teams, or even companies manage each step of the design process, making communication of user research results a critical activity. Based on an empirical study of...
Goodman, E. 2012. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Deliverable. interactions, September/October 2012.
Goodman, E. and Vertesi, J. 2012. Design For X?: Distribution Choices and Ethical Design. In Proc. CHI EA ’12: 81–90.
Goodman, E. 2011. Handwaving and the Real Work of Design. interactions, 18(4): 40 – 44.
Goodman, E. and Rosner, D. 2011. From Garments to Gardens: Negotiating Material Relationships Online and ‘By Hand.’ In Proc. CHI ’11: 2257-2266.
Goodman, E., Stolterman, E., and Wakkary, R. 2011. Understanding interaction design practices. In Proc. CHI ‘11: 1061-1070.
DiSalvo, C., Light, A., Hirsch, T., Le Dantec, C.A., Goodman, E. and Hill, K. 2010. HCI, communities and politics. In Proc CHI EA ’10: 3151-3154.
Goodman, E. 2009. Three Environmental Discourses in HCI. In Proc. CHI EA ’09: 2535-2544.
Churchill, E., Goodman, E., and O’Sullivan, J. 2008. MapChat: conversing in place. In CHI ’08 EA: 3165-3170.
Churchill, E. and Goodman, E. 2008. (In)visible partners: people, algorithms, and business models in online dating. In Proc. Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference ’08. Wiley-Blackwell.