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International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction 1

Editors:Joanna Lumsden
Dates:2009
Volume:1
Publisher:IGI Global
Standard No:ISSN: 1942-390X EISSN: 1942-3918 DOI: 10.4018/IJMHCI
Papers:27
Links:www.igi-global.com | Table of Contents
  1. IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 1
  2. IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 2
  3. IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 3
  4. IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 4

IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 1

Editorial Preface BIBPDF i-111
  Joanna Lumsden
Instrumented Usability Analysis for Mobile Devices BIBAFull-Text 1-19
  Andrew Crossan; Roderick Murray-Smith; Stephen Brewster; Bojan Musizza
Appropriating Heuristic Evaluation for Mobile Computing BIBAFull-Text 20-41
  E. Bertini; T. Catarci; A. Dix; S. Gabrielli; S. Kimani; G. Santucci
Pickup Usability Dominates: A Brief History of Mobile Text Entry Research and Adoption BIBAFull-Text 42-59
  Mark Dunlop; Michelle Masters
On-the-Move and in Your Car: An Overview of HCI Issues for In-Car Computing BIBAFull-Text 60-78
  G. E. Burnett
User Acceptance of Mobile Services BIBAFull-Text 79-97
  Eija Kaasinen
Book Review "Handbook of Research on User Interface Design and Mobile Evaluation for Mobile Technology" by Joanna Lumsden BIBPDF 98-100
  Matt Jones

IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 2

Guest Editorial Preface Advances in Evaluating Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems BIBPDF i-x
  Katie A. Siek; Steve Neely; Graeme Stevenson; Christian Kray; Ingrid Mulder
Experiences of Supporting Local and Remote Mobile Phone Interaction in Situated Public Display Deployments BIBAFull-Text 1-21
  Jörg Müller; Keith Cheverst; Dan Fitton; Nick Taylor; Oliver Paczkowski; Antonio Krüger
Embrace the Chaos, It's Not Noise: Lessons Learned from Non-Traditional Environments BIBAFull-Text 22-36
  Anthony Glascock; David Kutzik
Adapting Evaluation to Study Behaviour in Context BIBAFull-Text 37-55
  Scott Sherwood; Stuart Reeves; Julie Maitland; Alistair Morrison; Matthew Chalmers
User Evaluation of Mobile Devices: In-Situ versus Laboratory Experiments BIBAFull-Text 56-71
  Francis Jambon

IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 3

Editorial Preface Themed Issue: Position Papers from Journal Advisors on "The Future of Mobile Human Computer Interaction" BIBPDF i-vi
  Jo Lumsden
What does Mobile Mean? BIBAFull-Text 1-8
  Russell Beale
Getting Connected: At What Cost? Some Ethical Issues in Mobile HCI BIBAFull-Text 9-17
  Antti Pirhonen; Elizabeth Sillence
Empowering People Rather Than Connecting Them BIBAFull-Text 18-28
  Roderick Murray-Smith
Mobile Internet: Past, Present, and the Future BIBAFull-Text 29-45
  Anne Kaikkonen
Mobile HCI: Thinking Beyond the Screen-Keyboard-Mouse Interaction Paradigm BIBAFull-Text 46-60
  Gitte Lindgaard; Sheila Narasimhan
Designing Mobile Phones for Children -- Is there a Difference? BIBAFull-Text 61-74
  Janet Read
SatNav or SatNag? A Case Study Analysis of Evolving HCI Issues for In-Car Computing BIBAFull-Text 75-85
  G. E. Burnett
Paper Rejected (p>0.05): An Introduction to the Debate on Appropriateness of Null-Hypothesis Testing BIBAFull-Text 86-93
  Mark. Dunlop; Mark Baillie

IJMHCI 2009 Volume 1 Issue 4

Guest editorial Preface Mobile internet User experience: introduction to the special issue BIBKaasinenPDF i-v
  Virpi Roto
How It Started: Mobile Internet Devices of the Previous Millennium BIBAFull-Text 1-3
  Evan Koblentz
User Experience of Mobile Internet: Analysis and Recommendations BIBAFull-Text 4-23
  Eija Kaasinen; Virpi Roto; Kristin Roloff; Kaisa Väänänen-Vainio-Mattila; Teija Vainio
Always On: A Framework for Understanding Personal Mobile Web Motivations, Behaviors, and Contexts of Use BIBAFull-Text 24-41
  Carol Taylor; Nancy Samuels; Judith Ramey
Improving the User Experience of a Mobile Photo Gallery by Supporting Social Interaction BIBAFull-Text 42-57
  Elina Vartiainen
Touch-Based Access to Mobile Internet: User Experience Findings BIBAFull-Text 58-79
  Minna Isomursu; Mari Ervasti