Fluid Speculations: Drawing Artefacts in Watercolour as Experimentation in Research Through Design. Pictorial Paper for C&C 2021. Paulina Yurman. 2021- Honorable Mention Award at C&C 2021
Making Everyday Things Talk: Speculative Conversations into the Future of Voice Interfaces at Home. ACM Alt CHI 2021, Japan. Anuradha Venugopal Reddy, A. Baki Kocaballi, Iohanna Nicenboim, Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard, Maria Luce Lupetti, Cayla Key, Chris Speed, Dan Lockton, Elisa Giaccardi, Francisca Grommé, Holly Robbins, Namrata Primlani, Paulina Yurman, Shanti Sumartojo, Thao Phan, Viktor Bedö, Yolande Strengers. 2021.
Entrevista en Diseño y Diáspora, Oct. 2020. Metáforas y objetos críticos para investigar las relaciones con la tecnología. Una entrevista con Paulina Yurman, por Mariana Salgado.
So I drew this thing. Conversations through Artefact Drawing. 2020. Position Paper for DIS 2020 virtual workshop http://thingsofdesign.info
Understanding the Ageing Body Through its Fluids . 2020. Position Paper for DIS 2020 virtual workshop https://agesextech.wordpress.com
PYurman Fluid Ideations: Defamiliarising and Speculating with Watercolour. 2020
How was it made? A Smartphone In the Nursery ACM Interactions Magazine. January 2020
Demo Hour ACM Interactions Magazine. November 2019. pdf: Demo Hour Nov 2019
Designing for Ambivalence: a designer’s research into the role of smartphones for mothers and young children. (PhD Thesis) Yurman, P. 2019. Goldsmiths, University of London
A Smartphone in the Nursery. (conference paper). Yurman, P. Research Through Design Conference, Delft University of Technology, 18-22 March 2019
A Smartphone in the Nursery (book) Yurman, P. 2019. Goldsmiths, University of London
Smartphones and Constructions of Motherhood (position paper). Yurman, P. Technology to Mediate Role Conflict in Motherhood, ACM CHI 2019 workshop, Glasgow http://www.techformotherhood.com/
Designing for Ambivalence – Mothers, Transitional Objects and Smartphones. Yurman, P. ACM CHI 2017 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Denver, Colorado http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3027120
Making Ritual Machines: The Mobile Phone as a Networked Material for Research Products. David Chatting, David S. Kirk, Abigail C. Durrant, Chris Elsden, Paulina Yurman, Jo-Anne Bichard. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Denver, Colorado
Ritual Machines I & II: Making Technology at Home. Kirk, D., Chatting, D., Yurman, P., Bichard, J. May 2016 CHI ’16: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Family Rituals 2.0 (book).2015. Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design Annual Symposium, Royal College of Art, London.
Designing for Family Phatic Communication: A Design Critique Approach. David Chatting, D., Kirk, D., Yurman, P., Bichard, J. British HCI 2015, July 13 – 17, 2015, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Capturing the Quotidian: what Home Life looks like at a Distance. Yurman, P., Chatting, D., Bichard, J., Kirk, D. Home-work: connections, transitions and the wider world. Centre for Studies of Home, One-day conference : 24/6/2014. The Geffrye Museum of the Home, London
Quotidian Ritual and Work-Life Balance: An Ethnography. of Not Being There. Bichard, J., Yurman, P.. Kirk, D., Chatting, D. EPIC Conference, NY, 2014
A Smartphone in the Nursery – a display of my PhD research artefacts. Research Through Design Conference, Delft University of Technology, 18-22 March 2019
King’s College London. Play and Anna Freud. 15th September to 31st October. Display of Critical Artefacts.
Freud Museum, London. Play and Psychoanalysis. 19th July to 10th September, 2017. Critical Artefacts, displayed inside a Cabinet of Transitional Objects.
Brighton Digital Festival. OUR MACHINES. Anticipation Ritual Machine. Brighton 3-18 Sept. 2016
Royal College of Art. Family Rituals 2.0 Exhibition. 19-24 September 2015
Science Gallery, Dublin HOME|SICK Exhibition. 3 of the Ritual Machines from the Family Rituals 2.0 Project. Dublin 1st May – 19th July 2015
Royal College of Art. Breaking Through Exhibition. September 2014. Presenting design-led ethnographic tools developed for the Family Rituals 2.0 project.
A Smartphone in the Nursery – presentation of my PhD research. Research Through Design Conference, Delft University of Technology, 18-22 March 2019
V&A Digital Digital Design Drop In 11th November 2017. Presentation of Critical Artefacts and doctorate research.
King’s College London, Anna Freud and Play Conference. 15th September 2017. Presentation of Critical Artefacts and doctorate research.
Freud Museum, London, Play and Psychoanalysis exhibition. 9th August, 2017. Presentation and discussion of Critical Artefacts, which form part of my doctorate research project.
CHI 2017, Doctoral Consortium. Designing for Ambivalence. Denver Colorado, May 2017
Beyond Balance Symposium. Material desires: design and work life balance. Institution of Engineering and Technology, London, 27th June 2016
V&A Digital Digital Design Drop In 21st November 2015. Chatting, D. & Yurman, P. presenting Ritual Machines 2 and 5 of the Family Rituals 2.0 project.
Science Gallery, Dublin, HOME|SICK Exhibition. 1/5/2015. Chatting, D. & Yurman, P. presenting Ritual Machines 1, 2 and 4 of the Family Rituals 2.0 project.
Presentation and design discussion HYPNOS: SLEEPING IN BETWEEN HOME AND WORK at Sto Werkstatt, London.18/6/15
Family Rituals 2.0 research project. Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design Annual Symposium, Royal College of Art, London. September 2014
Yurman, P. Conversation Pieces: What would your Phone Say if it Could Speak? Goldsmiths College, London 12th and 13th December 2016.
Yurman, P. Material Desires: Design-Led Explorations of the Home/Work Divide. Goldsmiths College, London 17th February 2016.
Bichard, J. and Yurman, P. The Ethnography of Absence: Mapping Emotions. Design Anthropological Futures. Research Network for Design Anthropology. Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark 13-14 August 2015
Kazakos, K., Kirk, D., Durrant, A., Chatting, D., Yurman, P., Bichard, J., Paik,J. Design Led Enquiry for Mobile Lives. CHI Workshop, Seoul, 19 April 2015.