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interactions 10

Editors:Steven Pemberton
Dates:2003
Volume:10
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:70
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 6

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 1

DEPARTMENT: Editoral

That old Janx Spirit BIB 4
  Steven Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: What's happening

What's happening BIB 7-9
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Research alerts

Navigation patterns & usability of zoomable user interfaces: with and without an overview BIB 11-12
  Kasper Hornbaek; Benjamin B. Bederson; Catherine Plaisant

COLUMN: Design

Small details: how knowing a little can matter a lot BIB 13-16
  William L. Anderson

COLUMN: Whiteboard

Like water for data flow BIB 17-20
  Dineh M. Davis

COLUMN: Fast forward

User-interface design and China: a great leap forward BIB 21-25
  Aaron Marcus
Research + design: the making of Brainball BIB 26-34
  Sara Ilstedt Hjelm

DEPARTMENT: Book preview

Book preview BIB 35-37
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Conference preview

Conference preview BIB 39-42
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Reflections

The kiss of the spiderbot BIB 44
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 2

DEPARTMENT: Editorial

Spanning the globe BIB 4
  Steven Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: Research alert

Undo as concurrent inverse in group editors BIB 7-8
  Chengzheng Sun

COLUMN: Whiteboard

Rainbow usability: customization vs. training in developing countries BIB 9-12
  Diane Norton

COLUMN: Design

Personal digital historian: story sharing around the table BIB 15-22
  Chia Shen; Neal Lesh; Frederic Vernier

COLUMN: Fast forward

Universal, ubiquitous, user-interface design for the disabled and elderly BIB 23-27
  Aaron Marcus

SPECIAL ISSUE: HCI in the developing world

Indra's Net: HCI in the developing world BIB 28-37
 
Advancing UCD while facing challenges working from offshore BIB 38-47
  Pradeep Henry
Using HCI to leverage communication technology BIB 48-55
  Gary Marsden
Enabling computer interaction in the indigenous languages of South Africa: the central role of computational morphology BIB 56-63
  Laurette Pretorius; Sonja E. Bosch
Cultures, literacy, and the web: dimensions of information "scent" BIB 64-71
  Marion Walton; Vera Vukovic
Adopting information technology as a first step in design BIB 72-79
  Clarisse S. de Souza; Raquel O. Prates; Simone D. J. Barbosa
HCI in the so-called developing world: what's in it for everyone BIB 80-87
  Derrick L. Cogburn
Human-computer interaction research and practice in China BIB 88-96
  Jian Wang

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 3

DEPARTMENT: Editorial

Not so much losing a publication as gaining a Web site BIB 4
  Steven Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: What's happening

What's happening BIB 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Research alert

Designing human-computer interfaces for quadriplegic people BIB 9-10
  Constantine E. Steriadis; Philip Constantinou

COLUMN: The whiteboard

Get your product used in anger!: (before assuming you understand its requirements) BIB 12-17
  Carl Myhill

COLUMN: Design

From user interface to uber-interface: a design discipline model for digital products BIB 18-29
  John Armitage

COLUMN: Business

The business case for user-centered design: increasing your power of persuasion BIB 30-36
  David A. Siegel

COLUMN: Fast forward

Icons, symbols, and signs: visible languages to facilitate communication BIB 37-43
  Aaron Marcus
The "Swiss Pattada" BIB 44-53
  Giorgio De Michelis

DEPARTMENT: Book preview

Book preview BIB 55-57
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Conference preview

Conference preview BIB 58-61
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Reflections

Letter writing, telephones, and television BIB 64-ff
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 4

DEPARTMENT: Editorial

Common interests BIB 4
  Steve Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: What's happening

What's happening BIB 7-8
  Marisa E. Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Research alert

Scientific collaboratories: evaluating their potential BIB 9-10
  Diane H. Sonnenwald; Mary C. Whitton; Kelly L. Maglaughlin

COLUMN: The whiteboard

We can't afford it!: the devaluation of a usability term BIB 12-17
  Gerard Torenvliet

COLUMN: Design

Digital government information services: the Bureau of Labor statistics case BIB 18-27
  Gary Marchionini; Michael Levi

COLUMN: Business

Evaluating usability methods: why the current literature fails the practitioner BIB 28-34
  Dennis Wixon

COLUMN: Fast forward

What do UI designers think about protecting their designs? BIB 36-43
  Aaron Marcus
The digital muse: HCI in support of creativity: "creativity and cognition" comes of age: towards a new discipline BIB 44-54
  Linda Candy; Koichi Hori

DEPARTMENT: HCI and the Web

Don't make me read: use and abuse of text in Web page design BIB 55-56
  William Hudson

DEPARTMENT: Book preview

Book preview BIB 57-59
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Conference preview

Conference preview BIB 60-63
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Reflections

Restrictive practices BIB 64
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 5

DEPARTMENT: Editorial

The timeless way BIB 4
  Steven Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: What's happening

What's happening BIB 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Research alert

ScentTrails: integrating browsing and searching on the Web BIB 9-10
  Christopher Olston; Ed H. Chi

COLUMN: The whiteboard

Usability engineers: who do too much!!!! BIB 12-17
  Laura L. Downey

COLUMN: Business

Living on the edges: user-centered design and the dynamics of specialization in organizations BIB 18-27
  David A. Siegel; Susan Dray

COLUMN: Fast forward

When is a user not a user?: Who are we? What do we do? BIB 28-34
  Aaron Marcus
Learning the ropes: human-centered design skills and patterns for software engineers' education BIB 36-45
  Ahmed Seffah

DEPARTMENT: HCI and the Web

Books and mortar: the science of Web shopping BIB 47-48
  William Hudson

DEPARTMENT: Book review

The elements of user experience: user-centered design for the Web BIB 49-51
  Mary Deaton

DEPARTMENT: Book preview

Book preview BIB 52-54
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Conference review

DUX2003 Redux: a critical review of the new ACM conference series BIB 55-59
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

DEPARTMENT: Conference preview and calendar

Conference preview and calendar BIB 60-63
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Reflections

Hotel heartbreak BIB 64
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2003 Volume 10 Issue 6

DEPARTMENT: Editorial

Accessibilty is for everyone BIB 4-5
  Steven Pemberton

DEPARTMENT: What's happening

What's happening BIB 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Research alert

Improving graphical information system model use with elision and connecting lines BIB 9-10
 

COLUMN: Design

Designing a visual 3-D interface: a reflection on methods BIB 12-19
  Ina Wagner; Rudiger Lainer

COLUMN: Business

Managing interdisciplinary relationships: lessons learned from the field BIB 20-27
  Elizabeth Rosenzweig; Joel D. Ziff

COLUMN: Fast forward

The emotion commotion BIB 28-34
  Aaron Marcus
Bridging the gap: between accessibility and usability BIB 36-51
  Mary Frances Theofanos; Janice Redish

DEPARTMENT: HCI and the Web

Enterprise information architecture: strategies for the real world BIB 53-55
  William Hudson

DEPARTMENT: Book review

Information architecture: blueprints for the Web BIB 57-58
  Kathy Gill

DEPARTMENT: Conference preview and calendar

Conference preview and calendar BIB 60-62
  Marisa Campbell

DEPARTMENT: Reflections

So big, so bad, so often BIB 64-ff
  Steven Pemberton