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interactions 19

Editors:Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman;
Dates:2012
Volume:19
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:127
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2012-01-01 Volume 19 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2012-03-01 Volume 19 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2012-05-01 Volume 19 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2012-07-01 Volume 19 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2012-09-01 Volume 19 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2012-11-01 Volume 19 Issue 6

INTER 2012-01-01 Volume 19 Issue 1

WELCOME: Another future BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-7
  Rhett Russo; Katrin Mueller-Russo; Clemens Winkler; Kärt Ojavee; Eszter Ozsvald; James Charlton; Nico Refiti
These projects were curated by two instructors at the Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås, Linda Worbin (textile design) and Clemens Thornquist (fashion design). All four projects were presented at Ambience'11, an international conference held at the University of Borås focusing on the intersection and interfaces between technology, art, and design as expressed in digital architecture, interaction design, new media art, and smart textiles.

BLOGPOST

No more worshiping at the altar of our cathedrals of business BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Richard Anderson

Columns

More than a feeling BIBFull-Text 10-13
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

Forums: Sustainability in (Inter)Action

Physical prototyping of an on-outlet power-consumption display BIBFull-Text 14-17
  Florian Heller; Jan Borchers

Forums: On Heritage

Local connections: designing technologies for discovery and creativity within the community BIBFull-Text 18-22
  Tim Coughlan; Janet van der Linden; Anne Adams

Forums: Healthcare

Designing interactive systems in healthcare: a report on WISH 2011 BIBFull-Text 24-27
  Madhu Reddy; Lena Mamykina; Andrea Grimes Parker

Features

Architectural robotics, inevitably BIBFull-Text 28-33
  Mark D. Gross; Keith Evan Green
Revolutionizing human-computer interfaces: the auditory perspective BIBFull-Text 34-37
  Neel S. Patel; Darin E. Hughes

Cover story

Radical atoms: beyond tangible bits, toward transformable materials BIBFull-Text 38-51
  Hiroshi Ishii; Dávid Lakatos; Leonardo Bonanni; Jean-Baptiste Labrune

Features

You amateur! BIBFull-Text 52-57
  Eric Paulos
Slowing down with personal productivity tools BIBFull-Text 58-63
  Gilly Leshed
The narrative storyboard: telling a story about use and context over time BIBFull-Text 64-69
  Saul Greenberg; Sheelagh Carpendale; Nicolai Marquardt; Bill Buxton

Forums: Public Policy

Why the CHI community should be involved in standards: stories from three CHI participants BIBFull-Text 70-74
  Arnie Lund; Jean Scholtz; Nigel Bevan

Forums: Timelines

Design case study: the Bravo text editor BIBAKFull-Text 75-80
  William Newman
With few exceptions, today's screen-based text editors adhere to a common set of user-interface conventions. For example, they allow users to select a position where typed text will be added, by either pointing to the position and clicking, or using the arrow keys to move the insertion point vertically or horizontally. They allow the selection of a sequence of characters, by clicking down and dragging across the text, or a sequence of words by double-clicking and dragging. Once selected, text can be deleted by pressing the Delete key, or it can be moved to a new position by clicking down on it and dragging it. Conventions like these underpin the standard text-editing user interface found in today's computer applications. The wide adoption of this standard ensures that users can move easily from one editing program to another, without needing to learn from scratch how to use each one.
   The origins of the text-editing standard can be traced back to pioneering work carried out in the 1960s and 1970s, much of it by research groups at Stanford University, SRI, and Xerox PARC. This work contributed to the development of the Xerox Star workstation, which in 1981 became the first available product to offer the emerging standard editing interface. Subsequently the standard was adopted by major companies such as Apple, Microsoft, and IBM. The development of the standard editing interface, whose story is told here, has been one of the computer industry's major success stories.
Keywords: HCI History
Note: Jonathan Grudin, Editor

Forums: Models

A taxonomy of models used in the design process BIBFull-Text 81-85
  Joanne Mendel

Columns

Old hat: craft versus design? BIBFull-Text 86-88
  Jonathan Bean; Daniela Rosner

BLOGPOST

SIGCHI: expanding our activities BIBFull-Text 89
  Gerrit C. van der Veer

Day in the lab

Digital interaction research @ Culture Lab BIBFull-Text 90-93
  Peter Wright; Patrick Olivier

BLOGPOST

Community calendar 2012 BIBFull-Text 95
 

Columns

Beneath the layers in nature, resilient life. Beneath the layers in artifacts, lifeless components BIBFull-Text 96
  Meredith Elzea

INTER 2012-03-01 Volume 19 Issue 2

WELCOME: Supercharging the social BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

BLOGPOST

Feedback BIBFull-Text 6-7
 

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Omer Yosha; Tom Bieling; Ulrike Gollner; Gesche Joost; Connie Golsteijn; Elise van den Hoven; Nour Diab Yunes

BLOGPOST

A cry for more tech at CHI! BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Kristina Höök

Columns

The Omni project BIBFull-Text 12-13
  Steve Portigal; Julie Norvaisas

Forums: Tangible and Embodied Interaction

Research with a hacker ethos: what DIY means for tangible interaction research BIBFull-Text 14-19
  Amanda Williams; Alicia Gibb; David Weekly

Forums: Community + Culture

Time travelers, flying heads, and second lives: designing communal stories BIBFull-Text 20-23
  Jason Lewis

Features

Pico projectors: firefly or bright future? BIBFull-Text 24-29
  Raimund Dachselt; Jonna Häkkilä; Matt Jones; Markus Löchtefeld; Michael Rohs; Enrico Rukzio
Transformative user experience: beyond packaged design BIBFull-Text 30-33
  Markus Latzina; Joerg Beringer
Drawing things together BIBFull-Text 34-37
  A. Telier

Cover story

Socialbots: voices from the fronts BIBAFull-Text 38-45
  Tim Hwang; Ian Pearce; Max Nanis
The Social Mediator forum was created to bridge the gaps between the theory and practice of social media research and development. The articles are intended to promote greater awareness of new insights and experiences in the rapidly evolving domain of social media, some of which may influence perspectives and approaches in the more established areas of human-computer interaction. Each article in the forum is made up of several short contributions from people representing different perspectives on a particular topic. Previous installments of this forum have woven together diverse perspectives on the ways that social media is transforming relationships among different stakeholders in the realms of healthcare and government.
   The current article highlights some of the ways social robots (socialbots) -- programs that operate autonomously on social networking sites -- are transforming relationships within those sites, and how these transformations may more broadly influence relationships among people and organizations in the future. A recent article in Communications of the ACM called "The Social Life of Robots" reported that "researchers have started to explore the possibilities of 'social' machines capable of working together with minimal human supervision" [1]. That article illuminates recent developments involving interactions between humans and robots in the physical world; this article focuses on the interactions between humans and robots in the virtual world.
   Our authors are exploring and expanding the frontiers of designing, deploying, and analyzing the behavior and impact of robots operating in online social networks, and they have invited a number of other frontierspeople to share some of their insights, experiences, and future expectations for social robotics.

Features

Crafting a delightful experience: teaching interaction design to teens BIBFull-Text 46-50
  Carmen Dukes; Katie Koch
Design and ethics: sealed-off thinking BIBFull-Text 51-53
  Leslie Becker
Toward mixed-media design studios BIBFull-Text 54-59
  Florian Geyer; Harald Reiterer
Will your household adopt your new robot? BIBFull-Text 60-64
  Valérie Bauwens; Julia Fink

Forums: Developing Communities

Because deep down, we are not the same: values in cross-cultural design BIBFull-Text 65-68
  Minna Kamppuri

Forums: Universal Interactions

Personalized dynamic accessibility BIBFull-Text 69-73
  Krzysztof Z. Gajos; Amy Hurst; Leah Findlater

Forums: Evaluation and Usability

In defense of doing it the hard way BIBFull-Text 74-77
  Leanna Gingras

Columns

Changing the career outcomes of design education BIBFull-Text 78-81
  Jon Kolko

Day in the lab

Interactive Product Design Lab (IPDL) at Georgia Tech BIBFull-Text 82-85
  Jim Budd

BLOGPOST

Community calendar 2012 BIBFull-Text 87
 

Columns

Working around the system BIBFull-Text 88
  John C. Thomas

INTER 2012-05-01 Volume 19 Issue 3

WELCOME: Interacting with big data BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

BLOGPOST

Feedback BIBFull-Text 6-7
  Blair MacIntyre; Kristina Höök; Danielle Wilde

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Young-Woo Park; Sungjae Hwang; Tek-Jin Nam; Narae Lee; Ju-Whan Kim; Jungsoo Lee; Myeongsoo Shin; Woohun Lee; L. A. (Guust) Hilte; Koen Beljaars; Sharon van der Geest; Roy van den Heuvel; Bas van Hoeve

BLOGPOST

Finding the sweet spot of design BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Uday Gajendar

Columns

Impact! BIBFull-Text 12-15
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

Forums: Sustainability in (Inter)Action

HCI and sustainability: a tale of two motivations BIBFull-Text 16-19
  Jennifer Mankoff

Forums: On Heritage

The living heritage of historic crises: curating the Bhopal disaster in the social media landscape BIBFull-Text 20-24
  Sophia B. Liu

Forums: Healthcare

Motivating change with mobile: seven guidelines BIBFull-Text 26-31
  Margaret E. Morris

Features

Technologies for aging gracefully BIBFull-Text 32-36
  Ronald M. Baecker; Karyn Moffatt; Michael Massimi
Interaction as performance BIBFull-Text 38-43
  Steve Benford; Gabriella Giannachi
From plastic to pixels: in search of touch-typing touchscreen keyboards BIBFull-Text 44-49
  Leah Findlater; Jacob O. Wobbrock

Cover story

Interactions with big data analytics BIBFull-Text 50-59
  Danyel Fisher; Rob DeLine; Mary Czerwinski; Steven Drucker

Features

Circles and props: making unknown technology BIBFull-Text 60-65
  Kristina Andersen; Danielle Wilde
Rethinking HCI education: teaching interactive computing concepts based on the experiential learning paradigm BIBFull-Text 66-70
  Zeljko Obrenovic
Rapid design labs: a tool to turbocharge design-led innovation BIBFull-Text 72-77
  Jim Nieters; Amit Pande

Forums: Public Policy

HCI public policy activities in 2012: a 10-country discussion BIBFull-Text 78-81
  Jonathan Lazar; Julio Abascal; Janet Davis; Vanessa Evers; Jan Gulliksen; Joaquim Jorge; Tom McEwan; Fabio Paternò; Hans Persson; Raquel Prates; Hans von Axelson; Marco Winckler; Volker Wulf

Forums: Models

What can Steve Jobs and Jonathan Ive teach us about designing? BIBFull-Text 82-85
  Hugh Dubberly

Columns

Click a bird on it BIBFull-Text 86-89
  Jonathan Bean

Day in the lab

ID-StudioLab Delft University of Technology BIBFull-Text 90-93
  Thomas Visser; Pieter Jan Stappers

BLOGPOST

Community calendar 2011 BIBFull-Text 94
 
SIGCHI: the first 30 years BIBFull-Text 95
  Gerrit C. van der Veer

Columns

Interface, then and now BIBFull-Text 96
  Eli Blevis

INTER 2012-07-01 Volume 19 Issue 4

WELCOME: Lassoing research BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-7
  Yaliang Chuang; Ling-Yuah Chiu; Jya-Cheng Hu; George Chang; Hsin-Liu Kao; Tsen-Ying Lin; Kuang-Shih Huang; Li-Erh Chang; Rung-Huei Liang; Tai-Wei Kan; Li-Te Yang; Shuang-Yu Tsai
Demo Hour highlights new prototypes and projects that exemplify innovation and novel forms of interaction.
Note: Leah Maestri, Editor

BLOGPOST

Measuring usability in healthcare IT: it's a practice, not a competition BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Robert M. Schumacher; Kirsten E. Jerch

Columns

Never eat anything raw: fieldwork lessons from the pros BIBFull-Text 10-12
  Steve Portigal; Julie Norvaisas

Forums: Social Mediator

Gamification: designing for motivation BIBFull-Text 14-17
  Sebastian Deterding

Forums: Tangible and Embodied Interaction

Interaction with the dirty, dangerous, and dull BIBFull-Text 19-23
  Clint Heyer; Kristoffer Husøy

Forums: Community + Culture

Considering the rights (and wrongs) of community technology BIBFull-Text 24-27
  Christopher A. Le Dantec

Features

Positive computing: technology for a wiser world BIBFull-Text 28-31
  Rafael A. Calvo; Dorian Peters
Entangling space, form, light, time, computational STEAM, and cultural artifacts BIBFull-Text 32-39
  Brygg Ullmer

Cover story

Annotated portfolios BIBFull-Text 40-49
  Bill Gaver; John Bowers

Features

Taking action in your research BIBFull-Text 50-53
  Gillian R. Hayes
Meta-making: crafting the conversation of values and design BIBFull-Text 54-59
  Ingrid Erickson; Lisa Nathan; Nassim Jafarinaimi; Cory Knobel; Matthew Ratto
Everything can be beautiful BIBFull-Text 60-65
  Marc Hassenzahl

Forums: Developing Communities

Sensible smartphones for Southern Africa BIBFull-Text 66-69
  Kasper Løvborg Jensen

Forums: Timelines

A personal history of modeless text editing and cut/copy-paste BIBAKFull-Text 70-75
  Larry Tesler
I have been a computer programmer for more than 50 years. From the beginning, I was annoyed by software that made life harder than necessary for users. I got to do something about it as a student at Stanford University and in a variety of subsequent engineering, user experience, and management roles at Xerox PARC, Apple, Amazon.com, and Yahoo!
   The best known of my contributions is cut/copy-paste. I developed the pattern over a period of years in collaboration with a series of colleagues. But cut/copy-paste was not a distinct project; it was one of a collection of graphical user interface (GUI) patterns I called modeless text editing.
   I was not the first person to notice the ill effects of modes on error rates. Nor was I the first to try to eliminate the most onerous modes. But for me, mode reduction became a research endeavor and a business mission. I helped to develop the theoretical underpinnings of modeless editing and the first products to affirm the validity of the theories.
Keywords: HCI History
Note: Jonathan Grudin, Editor

Forums: Universal Interactions

Pervasive science: using mobile devices and the cloud to support science education BIBFull-Text 76-80
  Chris Quintana

Forums: Evaluation and Usability

The role of enticing design in usability BIBFull-Text 82-85
  David A. Siegel

Columns

Design, in the big and small BIBFull-Text 86-89
  Jon Kolko

Day in the lab

STEIM: studio for electro-instrumental music, Amsterdam BIBFull-Text 90-93
  Takuro Mizuta Lippit; Kristina Andersen

BLOGPOST

Community calendar 2012 BIBFull-Text 95
 

Forums: Digital Imagery

A matter of fit and fashion BIBAFull-Text 96
  Eli Blevis
During interview studies of attitudes toward fashion and digital materials, we learned that some people buy laptop computers to fit their bags, rather than bags to fit their computers.

INTER 2012-09-01 Volume 19 Issue 5

WELCOME: Promoting peace BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-7
  Meg Grant; Anja Hertenberger; Ricardo O'Nascimento; Leonie Urff; Minhye Lee; Romy Achituv; Mouna Andraos; Melissa Mongiat; Shahar Zaks
The Art Explorations track at TEI 2012 featured interactive artworks that explore the intersections between materiality, sensory interaction, and computational expression. New works were reviewed by a jury based on relevance, technological quality, aesthetics, and creative inventiveness. These pieces were selected for interactions by Thecla Schiphorst, a media artist and associate professor in the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University, and Alissa Antle, also an associate professor in the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at SFU.
Note: Demo Hour highlights new prototypes and projects that exemplify innovation and novel forms of interaction. Leah Maestri, Editor

BLOGPOST

How I learned to stop worrying and love the deliverable BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Elizabeth Goodman

Columns

From data divination to data-aware design BIBFull-Text 10-13
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

Forums: Sustainability in (Inter)Action

Sustainability does not begin with the individual BIBFull-Text 14-17
  Mike Hazas; A. J. Bernheim Brush; James Scott

Forums: On Heritage

Of turf fires, fine linen, and Porter cake: design for living history BIBFull-Text 18-21
  Luigina Ciolfi; Marc McLoughlin

Forums: Healthcare

Will content credibility problems flatline health innovation? BIBFull-Text 22-25
  Colleen Jones

Features

Tech break ups: a research method for understanding technological attachment BIBFull-Text 26-30
  Elizabeth M. Gerber
Understanding unavailability in a world of constant connection BIBFull-Text 32-35
  Jeremy Birnholtz; Jeff Hancock; Madeline Smith; Lindsay Reynolds
Disappearing interfaces BIBFull-Text 36-39
  Youn-kyung Lim

Cover story

HCI for peace: beyond tie dye BIBFull-Text 40-47
  Juan Pablo Hourcade; Natasha E. Bullock-Rest; Lahiru Jayatilaka; Lisa P. Nathan

Features

The design case: rigorous design knowledge for design practice BIBFull-Text 48-53
  Elizabeth Boling; Kennon M. Smith
Modeling is not the answer!: designing for usable security BIBFull-Text 54-57
  Susanne Bødker; Niels Mathiasen; Marianne Graves Petersen

Forums: Public Policy

Understanding HCI policy in Spain in the context of accessibility BIBFull-Text 58-61
  Loïc Martínez Normand

Forums: Timelines

Punctuated equilibrium and technology change BIBAKFull-Text 62-66
  Jonathan Grudin
Several Timelines columns have argued that we fail to notice indirect consequences of successive waves of new hardware. This essay explores the dynamics of technology change, illustrated by an oscillation in the conditions affecting collaboration across continents in the computer-supported cooperative work community.
Keywords: HCI History
Note: Jonathan Grudin, Editor

Forums: Models

Coherence and responsiveness BIBFull-Text 67-71
  Jared Harris; Austin Henderson

Columns

The digital apprentice BIBFull-Text 72-73
  Daniela Rosner

BLOGPOST

SIGCHI in Latin America BIBFull-Text 74
  Gerrit C. van der Veer
Community calendar 2012 BIBFull-Text 75
 

Day in the lab

Game innovation lab, NYU-Poly BIBFull-Text 76-79
  Katherine Isbister

Forums: Digital Imagery

The elsewheres of product engagement BIBAFull-Text 80
  Lucy Hughes; Douglas Atkinson; Eli Blevis
A man appears so engaged with his iPad, he seems to have forgotten to light his cigaretteĀ—a scene observed as part of a group documentary image-making activity during a workshop on fashion and sustainable HCI at DIS 2012.
   An advertisement for Prada sunglasses dwarfs its surroundings in the Paris airport. The store name on the shop sign advertises an imperative duty to buy duty free.

INTER 2012-11-01 Volume 19 Issue 6

WELCOME: If you choose to pay attention BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-7
  Monika Hoinkis; Roger Ibars; Hiromi Nakamura; Homei Miyashita; Kurtis Heimerl; Brian Gawalt; Kuang Chen; Tapan Parikh; Björn Hartmann
Demo Hour highlights new prototypes and projects that exemplify innovation and novel forms of interaction.
Note: Leah Maestri, Editor

BLOGPOST

Refuser (centered design): moving on, moving out, moving up BIBFull-Text 8-9
  Gilbert Cockton

Columns

Content, the once and future king BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Steve Portigal

Forums: Tangible and Embodied Interaction

Trajectories in TEI: reflecting on the evolution of ideas, innovators, and interactions BIBFull-Text 12-17
  Orit Shaer; Amon Millner; Caroline Hummels

Forums: Community + Culture

Created in China: the makings of China's hackerspace community BIBFull-Text 18-22
  Silvia Lindtner; David Li

Features

Foci and blind spots in user experience research BIBFull-Text 24-27
  Javier Bargas-Avila; Kasper Hornbæk
Autobiographical design: what you can learn from designing for yourself BIBFull-Text 28-33
  Carman Neustaedter; Phoebe Sengers
Hey, that's not who I voted for!: a study on touchscreen ballot design BIBFull-Text 34-39
  Juan E. Gilbert; Aqueasha M. Martin; Gregory Rogers; Jerome McClendon; Josh Ekandem

Cover story

On attention to surroundings BIBFull-Text 40-49
  Malcolm McCullough

Features

What if sustainability doesn't work out? BIBFull-Text 50-55
  Bill Tomlinson; Donald J. Patterson; Yue Pan; Eli Blevis; Bonnie Nardi; Six Silberman; Juliet Norton; Joseph J., Jr. LaViola
Reflections: a year spent with an interactive desk BIBFull-Text 56-61
  John Hardy
Sketching with Chinese calligraphy BIBFull-Text 62-66
  Frode Eika Sandnes; Hua-Li Jian

Forums: Developing Communities

Walking together to design BIBFull-Text 68-71
  Nicola J. Bidwell

Forums: Universal Interactions

Adding reinforced corners: designing interactive technologies for children with disabilities BIBFull-Text 72-75
  Meryl Alper; Juan Pablo Hourcade; Shuli Gilutz

Forums: Evaluation and Usability

Breaking down barriers: the interdependence of research and design BIBFull-Text 76-80
  Laura Dove; Arathi Sethumadhavan

BLOGPOST

Community calendar 2012 BIBFull-Text 81
 

Columns

Transformative learning in the design studio BIBFull-Text 82-83
  Jon Kolko

Day in the lab

Human media lab, Queens University BIBFull-Text 84-87
  Roel Vertegaal

Forums: Digital Imagery

Old scaffolds new BIBAFull-Text 88
  Eli Blevis
Pointing my digital camera skywards prompted a reflection about how modern digital electronics depend on vintage infrastructure high-voltage electric lines.