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interactions 14

Editors:Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Dates:2007
Volume:14
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:137
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2007-01 Volume 14 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2007-03 Volume 14 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2007-05 Volume 14 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2007-07 Volume 14 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2007-09 Volume 14 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2007-11 Volume 14 Issue 6

INTER 2007-01 Volume 14 Issue 1

In this issue

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

"Help yourself!: We have better things to do..." BIBFull-Text 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Helpless BIBFull-Text 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Cool vs. usable BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Managing, just barely BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: nuts & bolts

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em: combining text and visual interfaces for security-system administration BIBFull-Text 12-14
  William Yurcik; Ramona Su Thompson; Michael B. Twidale; Esa M. Rantanen

Forum: under development

Open source bicycles BIBFull-Text 16-17
  Gary Marsden

Forum: here's entertainment

Out of the video arcade, into the office: where computer games can lead productivity software BIBFull-Text 18-21
  Jerrod Larson

Help! User assistance and HCI

Who you gonna call? BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Fred Sampson
Assisting e-government users with animated talking faces BIBFull-Text 24-26
  P. Foglia; F. Giuntoli; C. A. Prete; M. Zanda
A pattern language for user assistance BIBFull-Text 27-29
  Mike Hughes
Embedded user assistance: the future for software help? BIBFull-Text 30-31
  Matthew Ellison
Overcoming a common help design challenge: no access to users BIBFull-Text 32-38
  Doris Holloway
Arbitration of a help system BIBFull-Text 39-42
  Garett Dworman
My learning assistant: question-asking and -answering in synthetic game environments BIBFull-Text 43-45
  Sachin Patil; Kay Howell

People: the way I see it

Three challenges for design BIBFull-Text 46-47
  Donald A. Norman

People: The well-tempered practitioner

Taking usability practitioners to task BIBFull-Text 48-49
  Chauncey Wilson

People: fast forward

Taxonomies to tax the couch-potato's cortex BIBFull-Text 50-51
  Aaron Marcus

Books

Review of "Shape: Talking About Seeing and Doing by George Stiny," MIT Press, 2006, ISBN 0262195313, $38.50 BIBFull-Text 52-ff
  Bernice Glenn
New & upcoming titles BIBFull-Text 53
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 54
 

Rave

[Blank] my [blank]: mad libs for designers BIBFull-Text 56
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the future

Help! BIBFull-Text 56
  Atticus Wolrab

INTER 2007-03 Volume 14 Issue 2

Fresh

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

25 years of CHI: practice CHI BIBFull-Text 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: ok/cancel

Rock solid BIBFull-Text 9
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Dr. Usability

The bottom line? BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Where technology meets green bananas BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Dana Chisnell

Forum: under development

Redisplacement by design BIBFull-Text 12-14
  Nicola J. Bidwell; Peter Radoll; A Truna

Forum: open for business

Usability as risk management BIBFull-Text 16-17
  Tim Altom
Liberating usability testing BIBFull-Text 18-22
  Phil Carter
Erratum: "Assisting E-Government Users with Animated Talking Faces" by P. Foglia, F. Giuntoli, C. A. Prete, and M. Zanda BIBFull-Text 24-25
 
25 years of CHI conferences: capturing the exchange of ideas BIBFull-Text 24-31
  Ben Shneiderman

Web technologies

A look into the interaction design of the new Yahoo! mail...: and the pros and cons of AJAX BIBFull-Text 33-34
  Greg Rosenberg
Human-to-Computer-to-Human Interactions (HCHI) of the communications revolution BIBFull-Text 35-39
  Orville Leverne Clubb

People: the way I see it

Simplicity is highly overrated BIBFull-Text 40-41
  Donald A. Norman

People: fast forward

Happy birthday!: CHI at 25 BIBFull-Text 42-43
  Aaron Marcus

People: the well-tempered practitioner

Please listen to me!: or, how can usability practitioners be more persuasive? BIBFull-Text 44-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

People: on the edge

Mobile 2.0 BIBFull-Text 46-47
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Forum: Timelines

Living without parental controls: the future of HCI BIBAKFull-Text 48-52
  Jonathan Grudin
Does studying the past help us predict the future? Lao Tzu, 2500 years ago, was pessimistic: "Those who have knowledge don't predict. Those who predict don't have knowledge." With the Enlightenment and science came optimism: "It is far better to foresee even without certainty than not to foresee at all," wrote Henri Poincaré. But 20th century technology predictions often proved embarrassing. Edgar Fiedler observed, "He who lives by the crystal ball soon learns to eat ground glass"
Keywords: HCI History

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 54
 

Rave

25 years of CHI: experience CHI BIBFull-Text 56
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2007-05 Volume 14 Issue 3

In this issue

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Policies and practices BIBFull-Text 5-7
  Jonathan Grudin

Fresh: ok/cancel

Reporting structure BIBFull-Text 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Hunting for patterns and contradictions BIBFull-Text 9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Sense and accessibility BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Forum: under development

Can the mobile web bridge the digital divide? BIBFull-Text 12-14
  Stephane Boyera

Forum: here's entertainment

Guitar Hero: the inspirational story of an "overnight" success BIBFull-Text 16-17
  Dennis Wixon

Forum: Timelines

An unlikely HCI frontier: the social security administration in 1978 BIBAKFull-Text 18-21
  Richard W. Pew
This inaugurates a series of guest-authored Timelines columns. Richard Pew's research focus has been in human factors. He was the program chair for the first official CHI Conference in 1983 and participated on three panels at CHI'86. He was president of the Human Factors Society and the first chair of the National Research Council Committee on Human Factors. He wrote the HCI history chapter for the first edition of the Erlbaum Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction, edited by Julie Jacko and Andrew Sears. In this column he describes an innovative project in the dynamic late 1970s that brought Xerox PARC technology to a government bureaucracy. -- Jonathan Grudin, Timelines editor
Keywords: HCI History

UX management

Introducing the 360° view of UX management BIBFull-Text 22-24
  Daniel Rosenberg
How to organizationally embed UX in your company BIBFull-Text 25-28
  Janice Anne Rohn
Working with c-level executives BIBFull-Text 29-30
  Jeremy Ashley

UX Management

What makes UX successful from the executive perspective?: an interview with Mark Vershel BIBFull-Text 31-33
  Kristin Desmond
UCD collaboration with product management and development BIBFull-Text 34-35
  Andreas Hauser
Defining the user experience function: innovation through organizational design BIBFull-Text 36-37
  Jon Innes
Working with standards organizations BIBFull-Text 38-39
  Anna M. Wichansky
Managing UCD within agile projects BIBFull-Text 40-42
  Mark Detweiler

People: the way I see it

The next UI breakthrough: command lines BIBFull-Text 44-45
  Don Norman

People: fast forward

Big spaces, big lives, big challenges BIBFull-Text 46-47
  Aaron Marcus

People: The well-tempered practitioner

Designing useful and usable questionnaires: you can't just "throw a questionnaire together" BIBFull-Text 48-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

Books

Review of "Ambient Findability by Peter Morville," O'Reilly Media, 2006; ISBN 0-596-00765-5; $29.95 BIBFull-Text 50-51
  Gerard Torenvliet
New & upcoming titles BIBFull-Text 51
 

Rewind

NordiCHI 2006: learning from a regional conference BIBFull-Text 52-53
  Jonathan Grudin
CHI2006: what is the next generation of human-computer interaction? BIBFull-Text 53-58
  Robert Jacob; Audrey Girouard; Leanne M. Hirshfield; Michael Horn; Orit Shaer; Erin Treacy Solovey; Jamie Zigelbaum
BELIV'06: beyond time and errors; novel evaluation methods for information visualization BIBFull-Text 59-60
  Enrico Bertini; Catherine Plaisant; Giuseppe Santucci

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 62-63
 

Rave

Web 2.0 and beyond BIBFull-Text 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2007-07 Volume 14 Issue 4

In this issue

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Aging technophiles BIBFull-Text 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: rant

HCI and the human condition BIBFull-Text 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

New math BIBFull-Text 9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Who said "Usability is Free"? BIBFull-Text 10-1
  Fred Sampson

Forum: under development

User-centered design for development BIBFull-Text 12-14
  Indrani Medhi

Forum: Timelines

HCI is in business -- focusing on organizational tasks and management BIBAKFull-Text 16-19
  Dov Te'eni
Although not many managers have been hands-on computer users until recently, they were critical users of computer output from the beginning of business computing, in the 1960s. Information Systems research, for example, has included an HCI thread for 40 years. Unfortunately, our fields have not interacted effectively, as noted in my January-February 2006 column. In this, the second guest-authored Timelines column, Dov Te'eni reviews four decades of HCI research in IS, describes its state today, and suggests where it is headed. -- Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History

Designing for seniors

ICT design for elders BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Jonathan Livingston
Technology and aging: the untapped potential BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Susan Ayers Walker; Michael Sarfatti
Mobile phone design for older persons BIBFull-Text 24-25
  Sri Kurniawan
Speech recognition and alternative interfaces for older users BIBFull-Text 26-29
  Sara Basson; Peter G. Fairweather; Vicki L. Hanson
Ambient assisted-living research in carelab BIBFull-Text 30-33
  Boris de Ruyter; Elly Pelgrim
The use of an intelligent prompting system for people with dementia BIBFull-Text 34-37
  Alex Mihailidis; Jennifer Boger; Marcelle Canido; Jesse Hoey
Exploring the nuances of Murphy's Law -- long-term deployments of pervasive technology into the homes of older adults BIBFull-Text 38-41
  Janna Kimel; Jay Lundell
Neuroscience via computer: brain exercise for older adults BIBFull-Text 42-45
  Michael Merzenich

People: the way I see it

The next UI breakthrough, part 2: physicality BIBFull-Text 46-47
  Donald A. Norman

People: fast forward

Fun! fun! fun! in the user experience we just wanna have fun...don't we? BIBFull-Text 48-ff
  Aaron Marcus

People: the well-tempered practitioner

Ethical dilemmas redux BIBFull-Text 50-51
  Chauncey E. Wilson

Books

Review of "The User Is Always Right: A Practical Guide to Creating and Using Personas for the Web by Steve Mulder and Ziv Yaar," New Riders, 2007, ISBN 0321434536, $40.00 BIBFull-Text 52-53
  David Broschinsky
New & upcoming titles BIBFull-Text 53
 

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 54
 

Postcards from the future

Google graves BIBFull-Text 56
  Atticus Wolrab

Rave

Enter the chief design officer!: hail to the chief! BIBFull-Text 56-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2007-09 Volume 14 Issue 5

In this issue

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

Don't just stand there, do something! But don't panic. BIBFull-Text 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Chain of command BIBFull-Text 9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: nuts and bolts

What does AJAX mean for you? BIBFull-Text 10-12
  Daniel F. Zucker

Forum: under development

Turning the Rift Valley into Silicon Valley: mobile phones and African entrepreneurship BIBFull-Text 14-15
  Nathan Eagle

Forum: Timelines

Meeting in the ether BIBAKFull-Text 16-18
  Bruce Damer
The virtual-world environment of Second Life is attracting considerable media attention. Some see it as heralding new ways of working and playing online; others question its prospects. In this column, Bruce Damer considers the history of virtual worlds, in which he played an active part. Upon meeting Bruce in Prague in 1994, I was immediately impressed with his insight, energy, and creativity. His DigiBarn computer museum in Santa Cruz is a unique, invaluable computer-history resource, including vintage computers that visitors can experience hands-on. -- Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History

Forum: connections

SwissCHI's HCI education: a successful joint effort of practitioners and academia BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Lothar Mueller

Forum: here's entertainment

The design of emotionally engaging products BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Dennis Wixon; August de los Reyes

Societal interfaces

The importance of HCI for solving societal challenges BIBFull-Text 24-25
  Manfred Tscheligi
Ambient and pervasive technology: designing safeguards for vulnerable users BIBFull-Text 26-28
  Anne M. Clarke
Information and social support for semi-literate people living with HIV BIBFull-Text 29-32
  Edwin Blake
Making public transport information accessible through ICT BIBFull-Text 33-35
  Peter Raemy; Robert Ruprecht
User experience design guidelines for telecare (e-health) services BIBFull-Text 36-40
  Bruno von Niman; Alejandro Rodríguez-Ascaso; Steve Brown; Torbjørn Sund
Persuasion as an ingredient of societal interfaces BIBFull-Text 41-43
  Manfred Tscheligi; Wolfgang Reitberger

People: fast forward

Am I pushing your buttons? BIBFull-Text 44-45
  Aaron Marcus

People: the well-tempered practitioner

The problem with usability problems: context is critical BIBFull-Text 46-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

Books

Review of "Cost-Justifying Usability: An Update for the Internet Age (2nd ed.) by Randolph Bias and Deborah Mayhew, Editors," Morgan Kaufmann, 2005, ISBN: 978-0-12-095811-5, $59.95 BIBFull-Text 48-50
  Stacey Sutton
New & upcoming titles BIBFull-Text 49
 

Bridge the gap

I see evidence of research...what about design? BIBFull-Text 52-53
  Lynn Cherny

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 54
 

Rave

Masters of our process BIBFull-Text 56-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2007-11 Volume 14 Issue 6

In this issue

In this issue BIBFull-Text 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Passing the baton <interactions> 2005-2007: a look back

Jonathan Arnowitz BIBFull-Text 5-9
 

Passing the baton

Signing on/signing off BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson; Jonathan Arnowitz; Jon Kolko; Richard Anderson

Fresh: rant

Consultants as heroes and hucksters BIBFull-Text 13-17
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

In memoriam BIBFull-Text 17
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Sealing the envelope BIBFull-Text 18-19
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: Nuts and bolts

A "Survivor"-like designer reality show? BIBFull-Text 20-22
  Luke Kowalski

Fresh: mailbag

Coming clean with AJAX BIBFull-Text 22
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Forum: under development

What is the mobile internet? BIBFull-Text 24-25
  Gary Marsden

Forum: Timelines

Five perspectives on computer game history BIBAKFull-Text 26-29
  Daniel Pargman; Peter Jakobsson
This column on computer game history, from the perspective of the gaming industry, complements the column from the last issue on the history of virtual worlds. I met Daniel Pargman, then a graduate student studying multiplayer games, exactly ten years ago. He told me that one day there would be a research field dedicated to online games, and he planned to be there. The field is indeed emerging, with Daniel as a major contributor. -- Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History

Open source

An open source primer BIBFull-Text 30-32
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson; Yann Cheri
Managing a project with open source components BIBFull-Text 33-34
  Mitch Bayersdorfer
Working with open source: a practical guide BIBFull-Text 35-37
  David Schlesinger
Usability in open source: community BIBFull-Text 38-40
  Görkem Çetin; Mehmet Göktürk
Open standard and open sourced SMIL for interactivity BIBFull-Text 41-46
  Daniel F. Zucker; Dick Bulterman
Community experience at OpenOffice.org BIBFull-Text 47-48
  Matthias Müller-Prove

People: the way I see it

There's an automobile in HCI's future: an update BIBFull-Text 50-51
  Donald A. Norman

People: fast forward

The sun rises in the east BIBFull-Text 52-53
  Aaron Marcus

People: the well-tempered practitioner

Inverse, reverse, and unfocused methods: variations on our standard tools of the trade BIBFull-Text 54-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

FLASHBACK

Onshore-offshore: product development that won't break your designs BIBFull-Text 56-58
  Liam Friedland

Books

Review of "Designing Interactions by Bill Moggridge," MIT Press, 2006, ISBN 978-0-262-13474-3, $39.95 BIBFull-Text 60-61
  Jeroen de Bruin
New & upcoming titles BIBFull-Text 61
 

Event planner

Event planner BIBFull-Text 62
 

Rave

Observation and interaction design: lessons from the past BIBFull-Text 64-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the future

Third Life is a charm BIBFull-Text 64
  Atticus Wolrab