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Proceedings of the HCI'96 Conference on People and Computers XI

Fullname:Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference of the British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Specialist Group
Note:People and Computers XI
Editors:M. Angela Sasse; R. J. Cunningham; Russel L. Winder
Location:London
Dates:1996-Aug
Publisher:Springer Verlag
Standard No:ISBN 3-540-76069-5; hcibib: BCSHCI96
Papers:24
Pages:398
Links:Publisher Page
  1. Fundamental Design Issues
  2. Specific Design Issues
  3. Extending GUIs
  4. User Involvement
  5. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
  6. Multimedia

Fundamental Design Issues

Towards the Total Quality Interface -- Applying Taguchi TQM Techniques within the LUCID Method BIBAK 3-17
  Andy Smith; Lynne Dunckley
Games as a Metaphor for Interactive Systems BIBAK 19-33
  Kostas Stathis; Marek Sergot
Cultural Bases of Interface Acceptance: Foundation BIBAK 35-47
  Donald L. Day
A Unified Concept of Style and its Place in User Interface Design BIBAK 49-62
  Philip Gray; Stephen Draper
Developing University Courses to Enable Students to Specify and Solve Human-Computer Interaction Design Problems BIBAK 63-77
  M. Andrew Life; John Long
3D or not 3D: Is it Nobler in the Mind? BIBAK 79-94
  Alistair Sutcliffe; Uma Patel

Specific Design Issues

Can Design Choices for Language-Based Editors be Analysed with Keystroke-Level Models? BIBAK 97-112
  Mark A. Toleman; Jim Welsh
Deriving Information Requirement in the Design of a Mathematics Workstation for Visually Impaired Students BIBAK 113-127
  Carol Linehan; John McCarthy
Second-Language Help for Windows Applications BIBAK 129-138
  George R. S. Weir; Giorgos Lepouras; Ulysses Sakellaridis

Extending GUIs

Eye-Based Control of Standard GUI Software BIBAK 141-158
  Howell Istance; Christian Spinner; Peter Alan Howarth
Non-Visual Interaction with GUI Objects BIBAK 159-168
  Leonard H. Poll; Berry H. Eggen
Earcons as a Method of Providing Navigational Cues in a Menu Hierarchy BIBAK 169-183
  Stephen Brewster; Veli-Pekka Raty; Atte Kortekangas

User Involvement

Problems for User Involvement: A Human and Organizational Perspective BIBAK 187-200
  Carolyn Axtell; Chris Clegg; Patrick Waterson
Multidisciplinary Modelling for User-Centred System Design: An Air-Traffic Control Case Study BIBAK 201-219
  Simon Buckingham Shum; Ann Blandford; David Duke; Jason Good; Jon May; Fabio Paterno'; Richard Young
Costs and Benefits of User Involvement in Design: Practitioners' Views BIBAK 221-240
  Stephanie Wilson; Mathilde Bekker; Hilary Johnson; Peter Johnson
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: Privacy in Collaborative Computing BIBAK 241-261
  Victoria Bellotti

Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

Behavioural Patterns of Collaborative Writing with Hypertext -- A State Transition Approach BIBAK 265-279
  Chaomei Chen
Workspace Awareness in Real-Time Distributed Groupware: Framework, Widgets, and Evaluation BIBAK 281-298
  Carl Gutwin; Saul Greenberg; Mark Roseman
Using Distortion-Oriented Displays to Support Workspace Awareness BIBAK 299-314
  Saul Greenberg; Carl Gutwin; Andy Cockburn
Working by Walking Around -- Requirements of Flexible Interaction Management in Video-Supported Collaborative Work BIBAK 315-329
  Steinar Kristoffersen; Tom Rodden

Multimedia

Matching Media to Goals: An Approach Based on Expressiveness BIBAK 333-347
  David Williams; Iain Duncumb; James L. Alty
DAVID: A Multimedia Tool for Accident Investigation BIBAK 349-368
  Mauro Pedrali; Remi Bastide
A Web StoryBase BIBAK 369-382
  Mary Beth Rosson; John M. Carroll; David Messner
Session Length and Subjective Satisfaction in Information Kiosk Research BIBAK 383-394
  Jorma Sajaniemi; Ismo Tossavainen