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interactions 13

Editors:Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Dates:2006
Volume:13
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:160
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2006-01 Volume 13 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2006-03 Volume 13 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2006-05 Volume 13 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2006-07 Volume 13 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2006-09 Volume 13 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2006-11 Volume 13 Issue 6

INTER 2006-01 Volume 13 Issue 1

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Prototyper archetypes BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: rant

Loser-centered design BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

A penny for your thoughts, a latte for your password BIB 8-9
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Prototyping and plagiarism BIB 11
  Dr. Usability

The art of prototyping

A UI prototyping sampler BIB 12-13
  Michael Arent
The Excel Story BIB 14-17
  Nevin Berger
Presumptive design, or cutting the looking-glass cake BIB 18-20
  Leo Frishberg
Prototyping with junk BIB 21-23
  Nancy Frishberg
Developing the drift table BIB 24-27
  Andrew Boucher; William Gaver
Interface in form: paper and product prototyping for feedback and fun BIB 28-30
  Bruce M. Hanington
Revisiting tangible speculation: 20 years of UI prototyping BIB 31-32
  Daniel Rosenberg

Practice: connections

Pack wisely and remember the local voltage: connecting across the globe BIB 33-36
  Laura Erickson

Practice: whiteboard

The next frontier of users' preferences: content customization BIB 38-39
  Fabio Vitali

Practice: business

To consolidate or distribute?: that is the question BIB 41-44
  Linn Johnk; Meera Manahan; Tom Graefe

People: the way I see it

Interaction design is still an art form.: ergonomics is real engineering BIB 45-60
  Donald A. Norman

People: Here's entertainment!

Are we having fun yet?: computers as entertainment objects BIB 46-60
  Dennis Wixon

People: on the edge

Sketching in hardware BIB 47-60
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

Dashboards in your future BIB 48-60
  Aaron Marcus

Books

Review of "Access by Design by Sarah Horton", New Riders, 2005, ISBN: 032131140X, $24.99 BIB 50-52
  Robert Douglass
New & upcoming titles BIB 51
  Gerard Torenvliet

Forum: Timelines Rewind

Is HCI homeless?: in search of inter-disciplinary status BIBAKFull-Text 54-59
  Jonathan Grudin
Depending on how you look at it, human-computer interaction has either no home or many homes. We're multidisciplinary without having become particularly interdisciplinary. The first HCI papers were Human Factors & Ergonomics, which is often located in Industrial Engineering departments. Business and Management schools then initiated relevant Information Systems research. CHI originally comprised mainly Cognitive Psychologists, with an influx from Computer Science some years later. HCI is now on the rise in Information and Design schools and departments.
Keywords: HCI History

Event planner

Event planner BIB 58
 

Bridging the gap

Building a bridge between research and practice BIB 63
  Carolyn Gale

Postcards from the future

Doomsday BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

Rave

It's all about the user... isn't it? BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-03 Volume 13 Issue 2

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Pay attention! BIB 5-8
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Outsourceful BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

What's the right thing? BIB 9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Gadgets and the consequences of their design BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Offshoring usability

Offshore usability: helping meet the global demand? BIB 12-13
  Eric Schaffer
Usability professionals: you've come a long way, baby! BIB 14-17
  Vikram Chauhan
Working with a global lab team in China BIB 18-19
  Tom Plocher
IBM research in China BIB 20-21
  Chen Zhao
A new destination for offshore usability: Russia? BIB 22-24
  Ivan Burmistrov
Working as a designer in a global team BIB 25-27
  Janaki Mythily Kumar
Communication across cultures BIB 28
  Roman Longoria
The moment of truth: how much does culture matter to you? BIB 29-31
  Lada Gorlenko
A decision table: offshore or not?: (when not to use offshore resources) BIB 32-33
  Eric Schaffer

Forum: open for business

The business of betas BIB 35-36
  Brian Frank

Forum: here's entertainment

What is a game? BIB 37-ff
  Dennis Wixon

Forum: under development

Designing technology for the developing world BIB 39-ff
  Gary Marsden

Forum: the way i see it

Trapped in a Lufthansa airline seat BIB 41-ff
  Donald A. Norman

Forum: fast forward

Visualizing the future of information visualization BIB 42-43
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: on the edge

Inventing the future BIB 44-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Forum: Timelines

The GUI shock: computer graphics and human-computer interaction BIBAKFull-Text 46-ff
  Jonathan Grudin
Someone recently wrote that SIGCHI was formed by computer scientists. This was an understandable error, but in addition to erasing several years of history, it glided over arguably the most wrenching transformation in human-computer interaction (so far). The transition from interfaces based on commands, forms, and full-page menus to graphical user interfaces based on windows, icons, and the mouse created opportunities, presented challenges, and wreaked havoc with some dominant HCI research programs of the early 1980s. Another such disruption is entirely possible.
Keywords: HCI History

Books

Review of "Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice by Kimiz Dalkir", Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann, ISBN: 0-7506-7864-X, $49.95 BIB 48-ff
  Karen Takle Quinn
New & upcoming titles BIB 49
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 52-53
 

Rave

Volunteers for ACM/SIGCHI BIB 56
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-05 Volume 13 Issue 3

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Do you believe?: our faith-based initiative BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Safe and secure BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: postcards from the future

Postcards from the future BIB 8
  Atticus Wolrab

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Lost in the localization forest BIB 8
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

I give that web site an 11 BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Forum: open for business

The science of segmentation BIB 12-13
  Brian Frank

Forum: connections

HCI and cognitive disabilities BIB 14-15
  Clayton Lewis

Forum: under development

Voices across the digital divide BIB 16-17
  Matt Jones

HCI and security

Introduction BIB 18-19
  Ryan West
IT security: protecting organizations in spite of themselves BIB 20-27
  David A. Siegel; Bill Reid; Susan M. Dray
Designing an evaluation method for security user interfaces: lessons from studying secure wireless network configuration BIB 28-31
  Cynthia Kuo; Adrian Perrig; Jesse Walker
To download or not to download: an examination of computer security decision making BIB 32-37
  Jefferson B. Hardee; Ryan West; Christopher B. Mayhorn
Minimal-feedback hints for remembering passwords BIB 38-40
  Morten Hertzum
Is usable security an oxymoron? BIB 41-44
  Alexander J. DeWitt; Jasna Kuljis
What do they "indicate?": evaluating security and privacy indicators BIB 45-47
  Lorrie Faith Cranor
Firefighters and engineers BIB 48-49
  Ka-Ping Yee
Feeling secure BIB 50
  Joel Grossman

People: the way I see it

Emotionally centered design BIB 53-ff
  Donald A. Norman

People: fast forward

CHI at the movies and on tv BIB 54-ff
  Aaron Marcus

People: on the edge

Welcome to the mobile life! BIB 57-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Forum: Timelines

A missing generation: office automation/information systems and human-computer interaction BIBAFull-Text 58-61
  Jonathan Grudin
Office Automation or Office Information Systems was a field of HCI research that flourished for a decade and then disappeared. It attracted leading researchers and established valuable new directions, but much of its record is scattered or absent online. This is a brief account of that activity.

Books

Review of "The Handbook of Task Analysis for Human-Computer Interaction edited by Dan Diaper and Neville A. Stanton", Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004 ISBN 0805844333 $50.00 BIB 62-63
  John G. Milanski
New & upcoming titles BIB 63
  Gerard Torenvliet

Bridge the gap

The elevator talk BIB 65
  Carolyn Gale
Discovering modalities for adaptive multimodal interfaces BIB 66-70
  Srihathai Prammanee; Klaus Moessner; Rahim Tafazolli

Event planner

Event planner BIB 68-69
 

Rave

The designer's hippocratic oath -- a reformulation BIB 72
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-07 Volume 13 Issue 4

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Spoiled brats BIB 5-6
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Gadget positioning system BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

The globalization malaise BIB 7-8
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: nuts & bolts

Dear notebook: font memoirs BIB 10-13
  Joshua Larrabee

Open for business

Driving devices: lessons learned in the business of designing mobile UIs BIB 14-15
  Brian Frank

Connections

Corporate UX -- : bringing value to the mobile industry BIB 16-17
  Tobias Herrman

Here's entertainment

What works? BIB 18-19
  Dennis Wixon

Under development

Digital libraries for the developing world BIB 20-21
  Ian H. Witten

Gadgets '06

Introduction BIB 22-23
  Bruno von Niman; Manfred Tscheligi
The music is the message BIB 24-27
  Matt Jones; Steve Jones
Mobile video recording in context BIB 28-30
  Erika Reponen; Pertti Huuskonen; Kristijan Mihalic
Mobile navigation support for pedestrians: can it work and does it pay off? BIB 31-33
  Manfred Tscheligi; Reinhard Sefelin
Multimodal warehouse application BIB 34-37
  Samir Raiyani; Janaki Mythily Kumar
Notes from China: handset design BIB 38-39
  Chris Ben
Point, push, pull: the FAU interface BIB 40-41
  Akio Yoshioka; Hiroyuki Toki; Noboru Takahashi; Shunji Ito
Your phone automatically caches your life BIB 42-44
  Youngho Rhee; Jaehwan Kim; Amy Chung
Leveraging the context of use in designing networked services BIB 45-48
  Boyd de Groot

People: the way i see it

Why doing user observations first is wrong BIB 50-ff
  Don Norman

People: on the edge

Tagging the world BIB 51-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

Wit and wisdom: where do we turn for advice? BIB 52-53
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

Death of a sugar daddy: the mystery of the AFIPS orphans BIBAFull-Text 54-57
  Jonathan Grudin
AFIPS, the formerly wealthy parent of ACM, IEEE, and smaller societies, had fallen on hard times. Born in 1961, it represented the United States in the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Its other principal purpose was to manage the annual National Computer Conference (NCC). NCC and its predecessors had been major research conferences and also the world's largest computer trade show. For years, huge profits from exhibitor and registration fees had helped fund ACM and IEEE. By 1990, those years were over.

Books

Review of "Mobile Interaction Design by Matt Jones and Gary Marsden", John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., ISBN 0470090898, $60.00 BIB 58-ff
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
New & upcoming titles BIB 59
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 60
 

Rave

Delight design BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the future

Doomsday BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

INTER 2006-09 Volume 13 Issue 5

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

It's all about the concept... BIB 5
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Take a hike BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Too smart and too rich? BIB 7-9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

A Little Help From My Friends BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: nuts & bolts

Almost dead on arrival: a case study of non-user-centered design for a police emergency-response system BIB 12-18
  Aaron Marcus; Jim Gasperini

Forum: Under development

How to provide useful ICT when called upon BIB 20-21
  Edwin Blake

Forum: Here's entertainment

Talking about games experiences: a view from the trenches BIB 22-23
  Bruce Phillips

Gadgets: part 2

Gadgets are here to stay BIB 24-25
  Bruno von Niman
The reality of ICT use is failing to meet the user's requirements BIB 26-29
  Anne M. Clarke
Increasing text-entry usability in mobile devices for languages used in Europe BIB 30-35
  Martin Bocker; Bruno von Niman; Karl Ivar Larsson
Co-design, China, and the commercialization of the mobile user interface BIB 36-41
  David M. Williams
Mind the gap: notes on product replacement BIB 42-46
  Pekka Ketola

The way i see it

Words matter. talk about people: not customers, not consumers, not users BIB 49-63
  Donald A. Norman

The well-tempered practitioner

Brainstorming pitfalls and best practices BIB 50-63
  Chauncey E. Wilson

Fast forward

From KidCHI to BabyCHI BIB 52-53
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

Turing maturing: the separation of artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction BIBAFull-Text 54-57
  Jonathan Grudin
Why hasn't HCI been closer to AI, the most colorful and controversial branch of computer science? Both fields explore the nexus of computing and intelligent behavior. Both claim Allen Newell as a founding figure. SIGCHI and SIGART cosponsor the Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) conferences.

Books

Review of "The International Handbook of Creativity edited by James C. Kaufman and Robert J. Sternberg", Cambridge University Press, 2006, ISBN 0521547318, $34.99 BIB 58-61
  Mark C. Detweiler
New & upcoming titles BIB 59
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 60-61
 

Postcards from the future

Phoning it in BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

Rave

Design At Chi BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-11 Volume 13 Issue 6

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Results are in: fidelity deception ranks high on usability problems BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Judgmental BIB 9
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

I like it like that! BIB 9-10
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: CHI 2007

Design infusion at CHI 2007 BIB 11
  Jon Kolko; Bill Lucas

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Whither the web? BIB 12-13
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: nuts & bolts

10 usability tips & tricks for testing mobile applications BIB 14-15
  David Schultz

Forum: under development

How do you manage your contacts if you can't read or write? BIB 16-17
  Jan Chipchase

Forum: connections

Must electronic gadgets disrupt our face-to-face conversations? BIB 18-19
  William Newman

Waits & measures

Quantifying usability BIB 20-21
  Jeff Sauro
The user is in the numbers BIB 22-25
  Jeff Sauro
Functionality, usability, and user experience: three areas of concern BIB 26-28
  Niamh McNamara; Jurek Kirakowski
Sample sizes for usability tests: mostly math, not magic BIB 29-33
  James R. Lewis
A practical guide to the CIF: usability measurements BIB 34-37
  Mary Theofanos
Making the fuzzy parts of ROI clear BIB 38-41
  John Sorflaten
Practical issues in usability measurement BIB 42-43
  Nigel Bevan

People: the way I see it

Logic versus usage: the case for activity-centered design BIB 45-ff
  Donald A. Norman

People: the well-tempered practitioner

Triangulation: the explicit use of multiple methods, measures, and approaches for determining core issues in product development BIB 46-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

People: fast forward

SeniorCHI: the geezers are coming! BIB 48-49
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

The demon in the basement BIBAFull-Text 50-53
  Jonathan Grudin
What do seniors want and need from human-computer interaction and communication? What are the long-term effects on them with mobile/computing devices? How late in their lives can and should we expose them to the latest technology?

People: on the edge

Ubiquitous Japan BIB 54-55
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Books

Review of "The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation for Design by Klaus Krippendorff", Taylor & Francis, 2006, ISBN 0415322200, $79.95 BIB 56-ff
  Austin Henderson
New & upcoming titles BIB 57
  Judy Grover

Event planner

Event planner BIB 58-59
  Judy Grover

Bridge the gap

Transitioning to the hallway talk BIB 60
  Carolyn Gale
Toward a common ground: practice and research in HCI BIB 61-62
  Avi Parush

Rave

Thank you for your input: my favorite things BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Postcards from the future

Skinner built the internet BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab