Xiang Cao, Abigail Sellen, AJ Brush, Dave Kirk, Darren Edge, and Xianghua Ding
Nowadays it has become increasingly common for family members to be distributed in different time zones. These time differences pose specific challenges for communication with-in the family and result in different communication practices to cope with them. To gain an understanding of current chal-lenges and practices, we interviewed people who regularly communicate with immediate family members living in other time zones. We report primary findings from the interviews, and identify design opportunities for improving the expe-rience of cross time zone family communication.
|Published in||CSCW 2010 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work|