For more information on the EPSRC Balance Network activities:

Previous publications related to the topics of the project:

Bødker, S. (2016), “Rethinking Technologies on the Boundaries of Life and Work”, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20:4, August 2016, 533-544

Ciolfi, L., Gray, B. and D’Andrea A. (2012), “Social Aspects of Place Experience in Nomadic Work/Life Practices”, in Dugdale, J., Masclet, C., Grasso, A. and Boujut, J-F. (Eds) Proceedings of COOP 2012, London: Springer,183-196

Cousins, K. C. and Varshney, U. (2009), “Designing ubiquitous computing environments to support work life balance”, CACM, Vol. 52, Issue 5

Grönvall, E., Ciolfi, L., Avram, G., Rossitto, C. and Barkhuus, L. (2016), “HCI at the Boundary of Work and Life”, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20:4, August 2016, 481-485

Lindley, S., Meek, S., Sellen, A., and Harper, R. (2012), “ ‘It’s simply integral to what I do’: Enquiries into how the web is weaved into everyday life”, in Proceedings of the 2012 international conference on World Wide Web, International World Wide Web Conference, April 2012

Sadler, K., Robertson, T., Kan , M. and Hagen, P. (2006), “Balancing work, life and other concerns: a study of mobile technology use by Australian freelancers”, Proceedings of NordiCHI 2006.

Sengers P. 2011. “What I Learned on Change Islands: Reflections on IT and Pace of Life.” Interactions XVIII:  40-48.

Yates, S. Kirby, J. Lockley, E. (2015) Digital divides in the UK – separating issues of life stage, class, access and use. ICA. Communication across the Life Span. San Juan, Porto Rico. 21-25 May

Yates, S.J., Lockley, E., (2008), “Moments of Separation: Gender, (Not So Remote) Relationships, and the Mobile Phone” in Holland, S., (ed.), Remote Relationships in a Small World, Jones, S., (ed.), Digital Technologies and Everyday Life Series, Oxford: Peter Lang Publishing