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interactions 21

Editors:Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman;
Dates:2014
Volume:21
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:137
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2014-01 Volume 21 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2014-03 Volume 21 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2014-05 Volume 21 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2014-07 Volume 21 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2014-09 Volume 21 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2014-11 Volume 21 Issue 6

INTER 2014-01 Volume 21 Issue 1

Day in the lab

Improving over time... BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman
Redesigning Interactions BIBAFull-Text 6-7
  Luke Hayman
Luke Hayman, the award-winning graphic designer whose work has transformed such titles as Time, The Atlantic, Consumer Reports, Cosmo, Travel + Leisure, New York, Folio, and even Communications of the ACM, was presented with a formidable task: Revitalize the look and presentation of a well-established 20-year-old magazine written by and for a community of designers working to enhance the way humans and technologies interact.
   Hayman, and his team from the prestigious global design firm Pentagram, including Shigeto Akiyama and Ellen Peterson, took to the mission readily, working with Interactions' editors-in-chief Ron Wakkary and Erik Stolterman, and the magazine's editorial staff to digest where this magazine has been and its vision for the future. Here, Hayman describes what he feels are the key ingredients to a successful redesign and the thought and selection process that went into the contemporary redesign you now hold.
New vision by design BIB 9
  Scott Delman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 10-13
  Koray Tahiroglu; Valtteri Wikström; Simon Overstall; Thomas Svedström; Johan Kildal; Teemu Ahmaniemi; Kiel Long; John Vines; Hiromi Nakamura; Home Miyashita; Eunjin Kim; Romy Achituv
The four projects shown here are from CHI 2013 Interactivity in Paris, France, selected to reflect the diversity of approaches to embodied interaction. HCI research commonly features contributions more keenly experienced through embodied engagement rather than via a presentation or video. CHI Interactivity provides the venue for such work, allowing attendees to touch, squeeze, hear, or even taste interactive visions for the future, be they research, invention, the arts, or design. -- Florian Mueller, Steve Benford, Danielle Wilde and Atau Tanaka, CHI 2013 Interactivity Chairs

What are you reading?

Christopher Le Dantec BIBFull-Text 15
  Christopher Le Dantec

How was it made?

Thermobooth BIBAFull-Text 16-17
  Talia Radford; Jonas Bohatsch; Lena Gold
Interactive photography adds a new take on the old photo booth experience.

Day in the lab

Interactivation Studio, University of Technology, Sydney BIBAFull-Text 18-21
 
As told by Bert Bongers

Columns

What's in a word? BIBAFull-Text 22-23
  Lone Koefoed Hansen
Why natural isn't objectively better.
The currencies of paper currency BIBFull-Text 24-25
  Elizabeth F. Churchill
Making: movement or brand? BIBFull-Text 26-27
  Jonathan Bean; Daniela Rosner

Cover story

Slow change interaction design BIBAFull-Text 28-35
  Martin A. Siegel; Jordan Beck
A theoretical sketch exploring the mindsets required for creating interactive technologies that facilitate attitudinal and behavioral change over time.

Features

Are you sure your software is gender-neutral? BIBFull-Text 36-39
  Gayna Williams
Designing people BIBFull-Text 40-43
  Norene Kelly
Special topic: Designing for and with vulnerable people BIBAFull-Text 44-46
  John Vines; Róisín McNaney; Stephen Lindsay; Jayne Wallace; John McCarthy
HCI has started to explore the positive roles that technology can play in improving the lives of people facing cognitive, emotional, physical, and socioeconomic challenges. Despite this encompassing a large percentage of the population, an overarching characteristic that people facing such challenges likely share is that society considers them vulnerable in one way or another [1]. In these contexts, undertaking even the most fundamental aspects of research and design -- or even just meeting with potential participants in your project -- can present many unexpected and significant challenges to researchers and practitioners. This issue prompted us to organize the "Designing for and with Vulnerable People" workshop at CHI 2013 in Paris earlier this year [2].
Stories from my thanatosensitive design process BIBAFull-Text 47-49
  Michael Massimi
Reflections on working with the bereaved
Fieldwork with vulnerable populations BIBAFull-Text 50-53
  Cosmin Munteanu; Heather Molyneaux; Susan O'Donnell
Ethical implications for human-computer interaction research
Engaging homeless young people in HCI research BIBAFull-Text 54-57
  Jill Palzkill Woelfer
They are not just vulnerable, but also susceptible

Forums

Persuasive technology for sustainable workplaces BIBAFull-Text 58-61
  Dan Lockton; Luke Nicholson; Rebecca Cain; David Harrison
This forum presents innovative thought, design, and research in the area of interaction design and environmental sustainability. We explore how HCI can contribute to the complex, interdisciplinary efforts to address sustainability challenges. -- Elaine M. Huang, Editor
The place we call home BIBAFull-Text 62-65
  Elad Ben Elul
This forum aims to offer and promote a rich discussion at the intersection of art, performance, and culture that expands the boundaries of HCI while broadening our understanding of how things of the past come to matter in the present. -- Elisa Giaccardi, Editor
Managing health with mobile technology BIBAFull-Text 66-69
  Predrag Klasnja; Wanda Pratt
This forum is dedicated to personal health in all its many facets: decision-making, goal setting, celebration, discovery, reflection, and coordination, among others. We look at innovations in interactive technologies and how they help address current critical healthcare challenges. -- Gillian R. Hayes, Editor
Sharing data while protecting privacy in citizen science BIBAFull-Text 70-73
  Anne Bowser; Andrea Wiggins; Lea Shanley; Jennifer Preece; Sandra Henderson
Public policy plays an influential role in the work we do as HCI researchers, interaction designers, and practitioners. "Public policy," a broad term, includes both government policy and policy within non-governmental organizations. This forum focuses on topics at the intersection of human-computer interaction and public policy. -- Jonathan Lazar, Editor
Introducing the business of UX BIBAFull-Text 74-76
  Daniel Rosenberg
This forum is dedicated to maximizing the success of HCI practitioners within the frenetic world of product and service design. It focuses on UX strategy approaches, leadership, management techniques, and above all the challenge of bringing HCI to peer-level status with longstanding business disciplines such as marketing and engineering. -- Daniel Rosenberg, Editor

Day in the lab

To whom are we talking? BIBFull-Text 78
  Gerrit C. van der Veer
Community Calendar: January -- April 2014 BIBFull-Text 79
 

Visual thinking gallery

Ultrabark lapdog bag BIBFull-Text 80
  Eli Blevis

INTER 2014-03 Volume 21 Issue 2

Departments

Distant matters BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman
In memory of Gary Marsden BIBFull-Text 6-7
  Matt Jones; Yvonne Rogers
Feedback BIBFull-Text 9
 

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 10-13
  Sangtae Kim; Jaejeung Kim; Soobin Lee; Ivan Petkov; Gloria Ronchi; Claudio Benghi; Ben Bengler; Nick Bryan-Kinns
Demo Hour highlights new prototypes and projects that exemplify innovation and novel forms of interaction. Audrey Desjardins, Editor

What are you reading?

Will Odom BIBFull-Text 15
  Will Odom

How was it made?

Cell BIBAFull-Text 16-17
  Eunjin Kim; Romy Achituv
Users breathe life into a pneumatically controlled installation and performance wearable.

Day in the lab

Ocean Industry Concept Lab, Oslo School of Architecture and Design BIBFull-Text 18-21
  Kjetil Nordby

Columns

Interaction design research and the future BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Mikael Wiberg
Efficiency: time and time again? BIBFull-Text 24-25
  Rogério de Paula
Learning entrepreneurial hustle BIBFull-Text 26-27
  Jon Kolko

Cover story

How to make distance work work BIBFull-Text 28-35
  Judith S. Olson; Gary M. Olson

Features

Laser origami: laser-cutting 3D objects BIBFull-Text 36-41
  Stefanie Mueller; Bastian Kruck; Patrick Baudisch
Design for America: organizing for civic innovation BIBFull-Text 42-47
  Elizabeth Gerber
Simplifying payments in emerging markets BIBFull-Text 48-52
  Lucia Terrenghi; Benedict Davies; Ethan Eismann
Teaching design for development in computer science BIBAFull-Text 54-59
  Edwin Blake; Meryl Glaser; Adinda Freudenthal
When undertaking a project in community-based co-design, students and their teachers must embrace uncertainty.
Supporting the uninitiated in user-centered design BIBAFull-Text 60-65
  Maria Ralph; Petra Björndal
Practicing UCD is vital to helping non-UX practitioners acquire an understanding of this new mindset.

Forums

Beyond video games for social change BIBAFull-Text 66-68
  Michael S. Horn
The boundaries between 'the digital' and our everyday physical world are dissolving as we develop more physical ways of interacting with computing. This forum presents some of the topics discussed in the colorful multidisciplinary field of tangible and embodied interaction. -- Eva Hornecker, Editor
Reframing design culture and aging BIBAFull-Text 70-73
  Özge Subasi; Lone Malmborg; Geraldine Fitzpatrick; Britt Östlund
Community + Culture features practitioner perspectives on designing technologies for and with communities. We highlight compelling projects and provocative points of view that speak to both community technology practice and the interaction design field as a whole. -- Christopher A. Le Dantec, Editor
Computer supported collective action BIBAFull-Text 74-77
  Aaron Shaw; Haoqi Zhang; Andrés Monroy-Hernández; Sean Munson; Benjamin Mako Hill; Elizabeth Gerber; Peter Kinnaird; Patrick Minder
Social media has become globally ubiquitous, transforming how people are networked and mobilized. This forum explores research and applications of these new networked publics at individual, organizational, and societal levels. -- Shelly Farnham, Editor
Collaboratively designing assistive technology BIBAFull-Text 78-81
  Shaun K. Kane; Amy Hurst; Erin Buehler; Patrick A. Carrington; Michele A. Williams
In this forum we celebrate research that helps to successfully bring the benefits of computing technologies to children, older adults, people with disabilities, and other populations that are often ignored in the design of mass-marketed products. -- Juan Pablo Hourcade, Editor
Questioning assumptions: UX research that really matters BIBAFull-Text 82-85
  Susan M. Dray
This forum addresses conceptual, methodological, and professional issues that arise in the UX field's continuing effort to contribute robust information about users to product planning and design. -- David Siegel and Susan Dray, Editors

Departments

CHI Poland -- a network of local chapters BIBFull-Text 86
  Aga Szostek; Tuomo Kujala
Community calendar BIBFull-Text 87
 

Visual thinking gallery

DIY repair BIBFull-Text 88
  Eli Blevis

INTER 2014-05 Volume 21 Issue 3

Visual thinking gallery

What's in the details? BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-9
  M. Emre Karagozler; Ivan Poupyrev; Gary K. Fedder; Yuri Suzuki; Lining Yao; Ryuma Niiyama; Jifei Ou; Sean Follmer; Hiroshi Ishii; John Brosz; Miguel A. Nacenta; Richard Pusch; Sheelagh Carpendale; Christophe Hurter; Jun Rekimoto
UIST is a premier forum for innovations in the software and hardware of human-computer interfaces. The UIST demo program enables attendees to experience firsthand the most interesting next-generation user interface technologies. The UIST 2013 demo program featured technologies ranging from energy-harvesting interactive paper to pneumatically actuated materials, providing attendees a vivid preview of some of the interactive systems that might shape our daily lives in the future. -- Per Ola Kristensson and T. Scott Saponas, UIST 2013 Demo Chairs

What are you reading?

Charlotte Lee BIBFull-Text 10-11
  Charlotte Lee

How was it made?

Polymetros BIBAFull-Text 12-13
  Ben Bengler; Nick Bryan-Kinns
A beautiful collaborative music-making system enchants both novices and professionals alike.

Day in the lab

WHCI Lab, Wellesley College BIBFull-Text 14-17
 

Columns

Big data, diminished design? BIBFull-Text 18-19
  Jonathan Bean; Daniela Rosner
Reasons to be cheerful BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Elizabeth F. Churchill
Design and ethics in the era of big data BIBFull-Text 22-24
  Elizabeth Goodman

Features

The ubiquitous button BIBFull-Text 26-33
  Lars-Erik Janlert
Playful or Gameful?: creating delightful user experiences BIBFull-Text 34-39
  Andrés Lucero; Evangelos Karapanos; Juha Arrasvuori; Hannu Korhonen
Reducing legacy bias in gesture elicitation studies BIBFull-Text 40-45
  Meredith Ringel Morris; Andreea Danielescu; Steven Drucker; Danyel Fisher; Bongshin Lee; m. c. schraefel; Jacob O. Wobbrock
Reflecting our better nature BIBFull-Text 46-49
  Deborah Tatar
Real-time captioning with the crowd BIBFull-Text 50-55
  Walter S. Lasecki; Jeffrey P. Bigham
Integrating color usability components into design tools BIBFull-Text 56-61
  Montgomery Webster
Fast, cheap, and powerful user research BIBAFull-Text 62-65
  Jennifer McGinn; Christopher LaRoche
Whether you have to recruit fellow employees or leverage your wider personal networks, there is no longer any excuse to skip this vital step.

Forums

Designing for dream spaces BIBAFull-Text 66-69
  Kasia Warpas
This forum aims to offer and promote a rich discussion at the intersection of art, performance, and culture that expands the boundaries of HCI while broadening our understanding of how things of the past come to matter in the present. -- Elisa Giaccardi, Editor
Public policies and multilingualism in HCI BIBAFull-Text 70-73
  Loïc Martínez Normand; Fabio Paternò; Marco Winckler
Public policy plays an influential role in the work we do as HCI researchers, interaction designers, and practitioners. "Public policy," a broad term, includes both government policy and policy within non-governmental organizations. This forum focuses on topics at the intersection of human-computer interaction and public policy. -- Jonathan Lazar, Editor
Design leadership for mergers and acquisitions BIBAFull-Text 74-76
  Janaki Kumar; Philip Haine; Michael Brown
This forum is dedicated to maximizing the success of HCI practitioners within the frenetic world of product and service design. It focuses on UX strategy approaches, leadership, management techniques, and above all the challenge of bringing HCI to peer-level status with longstanding business disciplines such as marketing and engineering. -- Daniel Rosenberg, Editor
See you next year in Seoul BIBFull-Text 78
  Gerrit C. van der Veer

Departments

Community calendar BIBFull-Text 79
 

Visual thinking gallery

Belongings considered harmful BIBFull-Text 80
  Eli Blevis

INTER 2014-07 Volume 21 Issue 4

Visual thinking gallery

WELCOME: The pervasive vision BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman
Feedback BIBFull-Text 7
 

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 8-11
  Caleb Charland; Matthias Dörfelt; Janet Echelman; Aaron Koblin; Miao Song; Serguei A. Mokhov; Peter Grogono
Demo Hour highlights new prototypes and projects that exemplify innovation and novel forms of interaction. Audrey Desjardins, Editor

What are you reading?

Eva Deckers BIBFull-Text 13
  Eva Deckers

How was it made?

PneUI BIBAFull-Text 14-15
  Lining Yao
An elastic pneumatic interface takes its cues from living things.

Day in the lab

Wearable Senses, Department of Industrial Design, TU Eindhoven BIBAFull-Text 16-19
  Oscar Tomico; Stephan Wensveen; Kristi Kuusk; Martijn ten Bhömer; René Ahn; Marina Toeters; Maarten Versteeg
As told by Oscar Tomico, Stephan Wensveen, Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer, René Ahn, Marina Toeters, and Maarten Versteeg

Columns

Let's resist the temptation to solve problems BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Nynke Tromp
Running an entrepreneurial pilot to identify value BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Jon Kolko

Features

Smart energy in everyday life: are you designing for resource man? BIBFull-Text 24-31
  Yolande Strengers
From critical design to critical infrastructure: lessons from turkopticon BIBFull-Text 32-35
  Lilly Irani; M. Six Silberman
Undesigning interaction BIBFull-Text 36-39
  James Pierce
Toward optimal menu design BIBFull-Text 40-45
  Gilles Bailly; Antti Oulasvirta
Supporting media bricoleurs BIBFull-Text 46-49
  Scott Carter; Matthew Cooper; Laurent Denoue; John Doherty; Vikash Rugoobur
Collaboration with distributed teams BIBAFull-Text 50-53
  Charles Yiu
To ensure the benefits of collaborating in distributed UX teams outweigh the costs, keep these seven best practices in mind.

Forums

Tangible augmented reality for air traffic control BIBFull-Text 54-57
  Jean-Luc Vinot; Catherine Letondal; Rémi Lesbordes; Stéphane Chatty; Stéphane Conversy; Christophe Hurter
Building belonging BIBAFull-Text 58-61
  Carl DiSalvo; Melissa Gregg; Thomas Lodato
Community + Culture features practitioner perspectives on designing technologies for and with communities. We highlight compelling projects and provocative points of view that speak to both community technology practice and the interaction design field as a whole. -- Christopher A. Le Dantec, Editor
Social media and college access BIBAFull-Text 62-65
  Nicole B. Ellison; D. Yvette Wohn; Michael G. Brown
Social media has become globally ubiquitous, transforming how people are networked and mobilized. This forum explores research and applications of these new networked publics at individual, organizational, and societal levels. -- Shelly Farnham, Editor
Social awareness in HCI BIBAFull-Text 66-69
  M. Cecília C. Baranauskas
In this forum we celebrate research that helps to successfully bring the benefits of computing technologies to children, older adults, people with disabilities, and other populations that are often ignored in the design of mass-marketed products. -- Juan Pablo Hourcade, Editor
Applying user-centered design to research work BIBAFull-Text 70-74
  Jean Scholtz; Oriana Love; William Pike; Joseph Bruce; Dee Kim; Arthur McBain
Evaluation and usability as a practice area has diversified its approaches, broadened the spectrum of UX issues it addresses, methodological, and professional issues that arise in the field's continuing effort to contribute robust information about users to product planning and design. -- David Siegel and Susan Dray, Editors
SIGCHI local chapters in 2014 BIBFull-Text 77
  Tuomo Kujala
Community calendar: July -- October 2014 BIBFull-Text 79
 

Visual thinking gallery

Maker paper: folded light art + design BIBFull-Text 80
  Eli Blevis

INTER 2014-09 Volume 21 Issue 5

Visual thinking gallery

WELCOME: HCI and nature BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 6-9
  Rong-Hao Liang; Liwei Chan; Hung-Yu Tseng; Han-Chih Kuo; Da-Yuan Huang; De-Nian Yang; Bing-Yu Chen; Tobias Grosse-Puppendahl; Sebastian Beck; Daniel Wilbers; Arjan Kuijper; Heejeong Heo; Hyungkun Park; Seungki Kim; Jeeyong Chung; Geehyuk Lee; Woohun Lee; Carl Unander-Scharin; Åsa Unander-Scharin; Kristina Höök; Ludvig Elblaus
Interactivity is a unique forum of the ACM CHI Conference that showcases hands-on demonstrations, novel interactive technologies, and artistic installations. At CHI 2014, we aimed to create a "one of a CHInd" Interactivity experience with more than 60 interactive exhibits to highlight the diverse group of computer scientists, sociologists, designers, psychologists, artists, and many more that make up the CHI community. Julie Rico Williamson and Steven Benford, CHI Interactivity Chairs

What are you reading?

Pernille Bjørn BIBFull-Text 11
  Pernille Bjørn

How was it made?

Vigour BIBAFull-Text 12-13
  Martijn ten Bhömer; Pauline van Dongen
A knitted garment for rehabilitation reinvents the grandpa cardigan.

Day in the lab

The computer-mediated living group, Microsoft Research Cambridge BIBFull-Text 14-17
 

Columns

How green building is redesigning the user BIBFull-Text 18-19
  Jonathan Bean
Scrupulous, scrutable, and sumptuous: personal data futures BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Elizabeth F. Churchill
Design fictional interactions: why HCI should care about stories BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Joshua Tanenbaum

Features

Nature vs. smartphones BIBFull-Text 24-31
  Richard Coyne
HCI for personal genomics BIBFull-Text 32-37
  Orit Shaer; Oded Nov
In big data we trust? BIBFull-Text 38-41
  Juha Lehikoinen; Ville Koistinen
Tangible 3D tabletops BIBFull-Text 42-47
  Peter Dalsgaard; Kim Halskov
Compassion vs. empathy: designing for resilience BIBFull-Text 48-53
  Dorian Peters; Rafael Calvo
Stupidity, ignorance, and nonsense as tools for creative thinking BIBFull-Text 54-59
  Dimitris Grammenos
Online ethnography BIBAFull-Text 60-65
  Valérie Bauwens; Patrick Genoud
A tool for creative dialogue between state and citizens.

Forums

Next steps for sustainable HCI BIBAFull-Text 66-69
  M. Six Silberman; Lisa Nathan; Bran Knowles; Roy Bendor; Adrian Clear; Maria Håkansson; Tawanna Dillahunt; Jennifer Mankoff
In this forum we highlight innovative thought, design, and research in the area of interaction design and sustainability, illustrating the diversity of approaches across HCI communities. -- Lisa Nathan and Samuel Mann, Editors
House memory: on activity traces as a form of cultural heritage BIBAFull-Text 70-73
  Tao Dong; Mark W. Newman; Mark S. Ackerman
This forum aims to offer and promote a rich discussion at the intersection of art, performance, and culture that expands the boundaries of HCI while broadening our understanding of how things of the past come to matter in the present. -- Elisa Giaccardi, Editor
The invisible work of health providers BIBAFull-Text 74-77
  Yunan Chen; Karen Cheng; Charlotte Tang; Katie A. Siek; Jakob E. Bardram
This forum is dedicated to personal health in all its many facets: decision-making, goal setting, celebration, discovery, reflection, and coordination, among others. We look at innovations in interactive technologies and how they help address current critical healthcare challenges. -- Gillian R. Hayes, Editor
HCI public policy issues in U.S. libraries BIBAFull-Text 78-81
  Jonathan Lazar; Mega Subramaniam; Paul Jaeger; John Bertot
Public policy plays an influential role in the work we do as HCI researchers, interaction designers, and practitioners. "Public policy," a broad term, includes both government policy and policy within non-governmental organizations. This forum focuses on topics at the intersection of human-computer interaction and public policy. -- Jonathan Lazar, Editor
Professional UX credentials: are they worth the paper they're printed on? BIBAFull-Text 82-84
  Anna Wichansky
This forum is dedicated to maximizing the success of HCI practitioners within the frenetic world of product and service design. It focuses on UX strategy approaches, leadership, management techniques, and above all the challenge of bringing HCI to peer-level status with longstanding business disciplines such as marketing and engineering. -- Daniel Rosenberg, Editor
Reaching out BIBFull-Text 86
  Gerrit C. van der Veer
Community calendar BIBFull-Text 87
 

Visual thinking gallery

Hired BIBFull-Text 88
  Cassiopeia Winslow-Edmonson

INTER 2014-11 Volume 21 Issue 6

WELCOME: Co-desired futures BIBFull-Text 5
  Ron Wakkary; Erik Stolterman
Feedback BIBFull-Text 7
 

Demo hour

Demo hour BIBAFull-Text 8-11
  Joanna Maria Dauner; Emre Karagozler; Matthew Glisson; Chris Speed; Mark Hartswood; Eric Laurier; Siobhan Magee; Fionn Tynan-O'Mahony; Martin de Jode; Andrew Hudson-Smith; Jiffer Harriman; Anna Maria Feit; Antti Oulasvirta
During DIS 2014 Experience Night, conference attendees experienced a thought-provoking set of interactive systems, artworks, and techno-crafts. We selected interactive works that explore the reemergence of craft in the design of interactive systems, the role of craft in democratizing design, and the role of makers in interactive technology design. Alissa Antle and Steven Dow, DIS 2014 Demo Chairs
What are you reading? BIBFull-Text 12-13
  Steve Voida
The vocal chorder BIBAFull-Text 14-15
  Carl Unander-Scharin; Åsa Unander-Scharin; Kristina Höök; Ludvig Elblaus
Probing stamina in an interactive artifact through opera rehearsals.

Day in the lab

Urban informatics research lab, Queensland University of Technology BIBFull-Text 16-19
  Mark Bilandzic; Marcus Foth

Columns

The need for design history in HCI BIBFull-Text 20-21
  Carl DiSalvo
Why I teach theory BIBFull-Text 22-23
  Jon Kolko

Features

From designing to co-designing to collective dreaming: three slices in time BIBFull-Text 24-33
  Liz Sanders; Pieter Jan Stappers
Billions of interaction designers BIBFull-Text 34-41
  Eli Blevis; Kenny Chow; Ilpo Koskinen; Sharon Poggenpohl; Christine Tsin
The fog phone: water, women, and HCID BIBFull-Text 42-45
  Sarah Revi Sterling; Leslie Dodson; Hawra Al-Rabaan
The Hawthorne studies and their relevance to HCI research BIBFull-Text 46-51
  Xeljko Obrenovic
Building a world of habitable bits BIBFull-Text 52-57
  Yuichiro Takeuchi
Are mobile users more vigilant? BIBFull-Text 58-63
  M. Giles Phillips

Forums

Manufacturing for makers: from prototype to product BIBAFull-Text 64-67
  Amanda Williams; Bruno Nadeau
The boundaries between 'the digital' and our everyday physical world are dissolving as we develop more physical ways of interacting with computing. This forum presents some of the topics discussed in the colorful multidisciplinary field of tangible and embodied interaction. -- Eva Hornecker, Editor
Anti-oppressive design BIBAFull-Text 68-71
  Thomas Smyth; Jill Dimond
Community + Culture features practitioner perspectives on designing technologies for and with communities. We highlight compelling projects and provocative points of view that speak to both community technology practice and the interaction design field as a whole. -- Christopher A. Le Dantec, Editor
Antisocial computing: exploring design risks in social computing systems BIBAFull-Text 72-75
  David W. McDonald; David H. Ackley; Randal Bryant; Melissa Gedney; Haym Hirsh; Lea Shanley
Social media has become globally ubiquitous, transforming how people are networked and mobilized. This forum explores research and applications of these new networked publics at individual, organizational, and societal levels. -- Shelly Farnham, Editor
Designing for sustainable development in a remote Mexican community BIBAFull-Text 76-79
  Mario Alberto Moreno Rocha; Carlos Alberto Martínez Sandoval
In this forum we celebrate research that helps to successfully bring the benefits of computing technologies to children, older adults, people with disabilities, and other populations that are often ignored in the design of mass-marketed products. -- Juan Pablo Hourcade, Editor
The usefulness of traditional usability evaluation methods BIBAFull-Text 80-82
  Gitte Lindgaard
This forum addresses conceptual, methodological, and professional issues that arise in the UX field's continuing effort to contribute robust information about users to product planning and design. -- David Siegel and Susan Dray, Editors
HCI Korea and the SIGCHI Korea chapter BIBFull-Text 84
  Tuomo Kujala; Geehyuk Lee; Hwanyong Lee; Youn-kyung Lim
Community calendar BIBFull-Text 85
 

Visual thinking gallery

Group selfie BIBFull-Text 88
  Eli Blevis