Mattias Arvola


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Mattias is a lecturer and researcher in interaction design at Sodertorns hogskola (University College) and Linkoping University. Main areas of expertise include design methods in interaction design, judgement of design work, means for expression and sketching in interaction design, and social computing.

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Arvola, Mattias (2010): Interaction design qualities: theory and practice. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction , 2010, . pp. 595-598.

Arvola, Mattias, Lundberg, Jonas, Holmlid, Stefan (2010): Analysis of precedent designs: competitive analysis meets genre analysis. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction , 2010, . pp. 23-31.

Arvola, Mattias, Artman, Henrik (2007): Enactments in interaction design: How designers make sketches behave. In Artifact, 1 (2) pp. 106-119.

Holmlid, Stefan, Arvola, Mattias (2007): Developing a Thematic Design Curriculum as a Bologna Master. In: Bohemia, Erik, Hilton, Kevin, McMahon, Chris, Clarke, Anna (eds.) Shaping the Future? Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education September 13-14, 2007, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. pp. 63-68.

Holmlid, Stefan, Arvola, Mattias (2007): Developing a thematic design curricula as a Bologna master. In: International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education September 13-14, 2007, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Lundberg, Jonas, Arvola, Mattias (2007): Lessons learned from facilitation in collaborative design. In: Piekarski, Wayne, Plimmer, Beryl (eds.) Proceedings of the Eight Australasian Conference on User interface - Volume 64 January 30-February 02, 2007, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. pp. 51-54.

Arvola, Mattias, Artman, Henrik (2006): Interaction walkthroughs and improvised role play. In: Feijs, Loe, Kyffin, Steven, Young, Bob (eds.) Proceedings of DeSForM 2006, Design & Semantics of Form and Movement October 26-27, 2006, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. pp. 42-51.

Arvola, Mattias (2006): Interaction design patterns for computers in sociable use. In International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, 25 (2) pp. 128-139.

Rutgersson, Sara, Arvola, Mattias (2006): User Interfaces for Persons with Deafblindness. In: Proceedings of the 9th ERCIM Workshop on User Interfaces for All , 2006, . pp. 317-334.

Arvola, Mattias, Larsson, Anders (2004): Regulating prominence: A design pattern for co-located collaboration. In: Darses, Francoise, Dieng, Rose, Simone, Carla, Zacklad, Manuel (eds.) Cooperative systems design senario-based design of collaborative systems May 11–14, 2004, French Riviera, France. pp. 115-130.

Arvola, Mattias (2003): The interaction character of computers in co-located collaboration. In: O'Neill, Eamonn, Palanque, Philippe A., Johnson, Peter (eds.) People and Computers XVII – Proceedings of HCI 2003 Designing for Society September 8–12, 2003, Bath, UK. pp. 37-52.

Blomquist, Asa, Arvola, Mattias (2002): Personas in action: ethnography in an interaction design team. In: Proceedings of the Second Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction October 19-23, 2002, Aarhus, Denmark. pp. 197-200.

Arvola, Mattias, Holmlid, Stefan (2000): IT-artefacts for socializing: Qualities-in-use and research framework. In: Svensson, Lars, Snis, Ulrika, Soerensen, Carsten, Fägerlind, Hannah, Lindroth, Tomas, Magnusson, Maria, Östlund, Christian (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, IRIS 23 Doing IT together August 12–15, 2000, Lingatan, Sweden.

Holmlid, Stefan, Arvola, Mattias, Ampler, Fredrik (2000): Genres and Design Considerations of iTV Cases. In: Proceedings of the First Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction , 2000, .

Arvola, Mattias (2005): Shades of Use: The Dynamics of Interaction Design for Sociable Use, Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science,