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Proceedings of DIS'95: Designing Interactive Systems 1995-08-23

Fullname:Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, & Techniques
Editors:Gary M. Olson; Sue Schuon
Location:Ann Arbor, Michigan
Dates:1995-Aug-23 to 1995-Aug-25
Standard No:ISBN 0-89791-673-5; ACM Order Number 608951; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DIS95
  1. Evolutionary Design
  2. Experience and Requirements
  3. Organizational Concerns
  4. Multidisciplinary Teams
  5. Design in Context
  6. Panel Discussion
  7. CSCW
  8. Design Environments
  9. Formal Notations/Methods
  10. Scenarios
  11. Plenary Speakers

Evolutionary Design

Building a History of the Blacksburg Electronic Village BIBAK 1-6
  John M. Carroll; Mary Beth Rosson; Andrew M. Cohill; John R. Schorger
Supporting the Evolution of Design Artifacts with Representations of Context and Intent BIBAK 7-15
  Gerhard Fischer; Kumiyo Nakakoji; Jonathan Ostwald
Technology-Driven Design of Speech Recognition Systems BIBAK 17-24
  Catalina Danis; John Karat

Experience and Requirements

Empowering Users in a Task-Based Approach to Design BIBAK 25-31
  Stephanie Wilson; Peter Johnson
Requirements Rationales: Integrating Approaches to Requirement Analysis BIBAK 33-42
  Alistair Sutcliffe
A Framework for Developing Experience-Based Usability Guidelines BIBAK 43-53
  Scott Henninger; Kyle Haynes; Michael W. Reith

Organizational Concerns

Towards an Integrated Organization and Technology Development BIBAK 55-64
  Volker Wulf; Markus Rohde
Facilitating Communication in Software Development BIBA 65-73
  Michael E. Atwood; Bart Burns; Dieter Gairing; Andreas Girgensohn; Alison Lee; Thea Turner; Sabina Alteras-Webb; Beatrix Zimmermann
From Domain Modeling to Collaborative Domain Construction BIBAK 75-85
  Gerhard Fischer; Stefanie Lindstaedt; Jonathan Ostwald; Markus Stolze; Tamara Sumner; Beatrix Zimmermann

Multidisciplinary Teams

Applying Design Methodology to Software Development BIBAK 87-95
  Jonas Lowgren
A Framework for Describing and Understanding Interdisciplinary Interactions in Design BIBAK 97-103
  Catherine M. Burns; Kim J. Vicente
A Preliminary Study of the Relationship Between Industrial Design and Engineering Design BIBA 105-114
  W. P. Holmes; M. A. Azam; P. C. Hills

Design in Context

An Applied Ethnographic Method for Redesigning User Interfaces BIBAK 115-122
  Anne Rose; Ben Shneiderman; Catherine Plaisant
Combining Programming Languages and Direct Manipulation in Environments for Computational Science BIBAK 123-130
  Eric Blough; Michael Eisenberg
Designing Deeper: Towards a User-Centered Development Environment BIBA 131-142
  Keith A. Butler

Panel Discussion

Learner-Centered System Design: HCI Perspective for the Future BIBAK 143-147
  Mark Guzdial; Yasmin B. Kafai; John M. Carroll; Gerhard Fischer; Roger Schank; Elliot Soloway; Ben Shneiderman


A Method for Analyzing Team Design Activity BIBAK 149-156
  Antonio Carlos Pereira Maia; Carlos Jose Pereira de Lucena; Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia
Analysis of Gestures in Face-to-Face Design Teams Provides Guidance for How to Use Groupware in Design BIBAK 157-166
  Mathilde M. Bekker; Judith S. Olson; Gary M. Olson

Design Environments

Inference Bear: Designing Interactive Interfaces through Before and After Snapshots BIBAK 167-175
  Martin R. Frank; Piyawadee "Noi" Sukaviriya; James D. Foley
Deceived by Ease of Use -- Using Paradigmatic Applications to Build Visual Design Environments BIBAK 177-188
  Kurt Schneider; Alexander Repenning
Self-Disclosing Design Tools: A Gentle Introduction to End-User Programming BIBAK 189-197
  Chris DiGiano; Mike Eisenberg

Formal Notations/Methods

OBSM: A Notation to Integrate Different Levels of User Interface Design BIBAK 199-205
  Birgit Kneer; Gerd Szwillus
Designing Complex Systems -- a Structured Activity BIBA 207-217
  Gerrit C. van der Veer; Johannes C. van Vliet; Bert F. Lenting
A Formal Technique for Automated Dialogue Development BIBAK 219-226
  Gregory D. Abowd; Hung-Ming Wang; Andrew F. Monk


An Integration of Scenarios with their Purposes in Task Modeling BIBAK 227-235
  Hermann Kaindl
Using Scenario-Based Designs to Review User Interface Changes and Enhancements BIBA 237-246
  Traci Royer
Using Schematic Scenarios to Understand User Needs BIBAK 247-256
  Colin Potts

Plenary Speakers

The Evolution of Useful Things BIBA 257
  Henry Petroski
Designing in a Design Community: Insights and Challenges BIBAK 259-263
  Ernesto G. Arias