Goodman, E. and Vertesi, J. 2012. Design For X?: Distribution Choices and Ethical Design. In Proc. CHI EA ’12: 81–90.
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.
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This paper describes the results of a three month study of physical fitness in the United States. Using a literature review, blog readings, interviews, and diary studies, the authors identify key challenges and opportunities for technology to support fitness behaviors. Results focus on implications for the design and implementation of personal health visualization software.
Goodman, E., Foucault, B. 2006. Seeing fit: visualizing physical activity in context. In CHI’06 EA: 797-802.
Galloway, A., Brucker-Cohen, J., Gaye, L., Goodman, E. and Hill, D. 2004. Design for Hackability. In Proc DIS ’04: 363-366.