• Repeatless: transforming surface pattern with generative design

      Russell, Alex (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Much of the initial use of digital technology within the printed textile industry has focused on the particular advantages that it has over previous fabric printing methods. Examples include simplifying workflow, producing ...
    • The Research on Characteristics of E-Commerce Enterprises’ Knowledge Workers and Their Motivating Factors

      Zhan, Hong; Peng, Lifang; Ma, Yuanyuan; Lin, Jianhuang (ACIS, 2014)
      With the development of the Internet,e-commerce enterprises spring up like the mushrooms.To a large extent, it depends on the knowledge workers who possess the three knowledge management systems——IT technology, network ...
    • Resilient Organisations in the Cloud

      Herrera, Andrea; Beltran, Fernando; Janczewski, Lech (ACIS, 2014)
      Cloud computing is a way of delivering computing resources that promises numerous benefits, however, organisations worry about its extra levels of abstraction. This additional complexity represents a hurdle in the assessment ...
    • The Role of Process Integration for Supply Chain Agility: An Information Processing Perspective

      Xiao, Henry; Tan, Felix Ter Chian; Vasa, Rajesh (ACIS, 2014)
      As businesses strive to respond to customer demand at an acceptable cost in the face of market turbulence and volatility, interest in supply chain agility as the ability to address such market uncertainties has grown. As ...
    • The Role of Social Media Network Participants in Extreme Events

      Mirbabaie, Milad; Bunker, Deborah; Stieglitz, Stefan (ACIS, 2014)
      How does the use of social media such as Twitter in an extreme event such as the 1st of May Labour Day impact the role of an emergency management agency (EMA) like the Berlin police and its relationships with other roles ...
    • The Role of Technological Frames of Reference and Institutional Logics in the use of ICT

      Linderoth, Henrik (ACIS, 2014)
      The concept of technological frames of reference (TFR) has been used to uncover people’s sense making of information and communication technologies (ICT), in order to deepen the understanding of ICT deployment. However, ...
    • Roles of Social Media in Open Data Environments: A Case Study of the 2014 Indonesian Presidential Election Voting Results

      Brajawidagda, Uuf; Chatfield, Akemi Takeoka (ACIS, 2014)
      Open data initiatives are critical to open government policies which promote transparency, citizen engagement and collaboration. However, they face challenges in realizing their potential benefits through citizens’ active ...
    • S.A.R.A.: synesthetic augmented reality application

      Benitez, Margarita; Vogl, Markus (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      S.A.R.A. (synesthetic augmented reality application) is an App exploring the potential of using a mobile device as a unique and wearable musical interface. S.A.R.A. was originally developed as a standalone App to translate ...
    • Security and Privacy Issues Related to the Use of Mobile Health Apps

      Adhikari, Rajindra; Richards, Deborah; Scott, Karen (ACIS, 2014)
      Mobile Health applications (mHealth apps) have become integrated into the field of consumer health informatics as tools that maintain a patient-centred model of health care by allowing consumers to monitor their health ...
    • Sharing and Co-creation of Innovative Teaching Practices in Business Analytics – Insights from an Action Design Research Project

      Marjanovic, Olivera (ACIS, 2014)
      This paper focuses on a practice-inspired research challenge of sharing and co-creation of innovative teaching practices in Business Analytics (BA). As confirmed by three international surveys of educators, BA is a very ...
    • Sharing benefits through knowledge management: A knowledge-based approach to integrated trans-boundary river basin management

      Aarons, Jeremy; Linger, Henry; McShane, Paul (ACIS, 2014)
      Where river basins are shared between competing nations, how do we build cooperative and collaborative management approaches based on sound evidence so that the benefits that come from those water resources are shared ...
    • The shift from 3D body scanned data to the physical world

      Reilly, Lyle (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This paper highlights the technological relationship and opportunities to combine 3D body scan and 3D print technologies for consideration within the fashion sector. Three dimensional (3D) human body scanning technology ...
    • Shifting ideas of time and place in fashion

      Palomo-Lovinski, Noël; Faerm, Steven (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This paper examines how shifting contemporary conceptions of time and place affect the current practices of the fashion industry. The Internet as a reporting tool, coupled with remarkably accelerated production cycles, has ...
    • Smart textiles as raw materials for design

      Dumitrescu, Delia; Nilsson, Linnéa; Persson, Anna; Worbin, Linda (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Materials fabricate the designed artefact, but they can also play an important role in the design process; as a medium or method used to develop the design. Textiles can, with their soft and flexible properties, be easily ...
    • Social Media as Boundary Objects: A Case of Digitalized Civic Engagement in Malaysia

      Tim, Yen Ni; Pan, Shan L; Bahri, Shamshul; Fauzi, Ali (ACIS, 2014)
      The emergence of social media has excited considerable interest regarding its capabilities in catalyzing enormous societal changes. Overall, the relationship between social media and civic engagement is one of the important, ...
    • Social Media Use and Senior Citizen’s Life Satisfaction

      Ractham, Peter; Techatassanasoontorn, Angsana (ACIS, 2014)
      Social media is increasingly playing a pivotal role in people’s lives. This study explores how senior citizens use social media applications and the implications of this use on their overall satisfaction with life. First, ...
    • Socially responsible emental healthcare

      Burmeister, Oliver; Marks, Edwina (ACIS, 2014)
      Mental health has long held a stigma that has made it difficult for people to seek help. Community-based socially responsible online interconnectivity and increased access are central themes underpinning the successful ...
    • Strategy Design for Service Engagement Model Transformation

      Rai, Veerendra Kumar; Mehta, Sanjit; Puvvala, Abhinay (ACIS, 2014)
      Service provisioning models underlying service engagements evolve and change as a result of changes in business imperatives. This paper presents a system oriented simulation based framework to handle service engagement ...
    • A Study of Bruneian Customers Use of Mobile services: Examining Theory of Consumption Value with Customer Loyalty & Behavior

      Seyal, Afzaal; Rahman, Noah Abd (ACIS, 2014)
      The study investigates the 220 mobile services users selected randomly among students and staff of a technical university in Brunei Darussalam in understanding as how the various factors of perceived value and loyalty ...
    • A Study of Government Cloud Adoption: The Australian Context

      Busch, Peter; Smith, Stephen; Gill, Asif; Harris, Pedro; Fakieh, Bahjat; Blount, Yvette (ACIS, 2014)
      The literature is scant around the take up rates of cloud computing by organisations. Cloud computing is nonetheless expected to be a major computing paradigm in the future. The benefits of the cloud vis-à-vis outsourcing ...