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interactions 11

Editors:Steven Pemberton
Dates:2004
Volume:11
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:106
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 6

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 1

Editoral

Scents and sensibility BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

Ten years of interactions

Ten years of interactions BIBFull-Text 6-7
 

What's happening

What's happening BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Marisa Campbell

Research alert

Reading patterns and usability in visualizations of electronic documents BIBFull-Text 11-12
  Kasper Hornbaek; Erik Frokjaer

Design

Are agile methods good for design? BIBFull-Text 14-23
  John Armitage

Business

To innovate or not to innovate... BIBFull-Text 24-31
  Lyle Kantrovich

The whiteboard

Digging in the wrong spot BIBAFull-Text 32-39
  Larry Marine

Fast forward

The next revolution: vehicle user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 40-47
  Aaron Marcus
Making Scents: aromatic output for HCI BIBFull-Text 48-61
  Joseph Jofish Kaye

HCI and the Web

Foraging a la carte: an appetite for popup menus? BIBFull-Text 63-64
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 65-66
  James Kalbach

Conferences

CHI 2004 BIBFull-Text 67-70
  Marisa Campbell

Reflections

Scratching someone else's itch: (why open source can't do usability) BIBAFull-Text 72
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 2

Editoral

The development consortium BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

Research alerts

Collaboration usability analysis: task analysis for groupware usability evaluations BIBFull-Text 7-8
  David Pinelle; Carl Gutwin; Saul Greenberg

Business

Remote possibilities?: international usability testing at a distance BIBFull-Text 10-17
  Susan Dray; David Siegel

Design

BabelVision: better image searching through shared annotations BIBFull-Text 18-26
  Ken Haase; David Tames

Fast forward

Patterns within patterns BIBFull-Text 28-34
  Aaron Marcus

The whiteboard

Accessibility: it's not just for disabilities any more BIBAFull-Text 36-41
  Larry Hull

HCI and the challenges of mass communications

Can HCI shape the future of mass communications? BIBFull-Text 44-47
  Nico Macdonald
From customization to ubiquitous personalization: digital identity and ambient network intelligence BIBFull-Text 48-50
  Norman Lewis
Main HCI issues for the design of interfaces for ubiquitous interactive multimedia broadcast BIBFull-Text 51-53
  Anxo Cereijo Roibias; Riccardo Sala
There's no such thing as an "average" user BIBFull-Text 54
  Neil F. Budde
E-mail and ease of use: a preferred method of mass communication with Internet users BIBFull-Text 55-56
  Mark Hurst
Anthropomorphizing mass communication BIBFull-Text 57-ff
  Nick Bryan-Kinns; Peter Broadbent
Imagining tomorrow's news BIBFull-Text 58
  Dan Gillmor
Audience design: interacting with networked media BIBFull-Text 60-63
  Ann Light
What recreational telephone conferencing can teach us about the future of mass communications BIBFull-Text 63-67
  Darren Reed
Can HCI deliver on its promise? BIBFull-Text 65
  Andrew Zolli
Networked information services in context-sensitive environments BIBFull-Text 67-69
  Giles Rollestone
HCI can raise the level of discourse on the Web BIBFull-Text 70
  Michael Schrage
Meta-design for sensible information BIBFull-Text 71-73
  Louis Weitzman
A need to commune BIBFull-Text 74-75
  Ann Light
The future's here;: it's just unevenly distributed BIBFull-Text 76-79
  Lorenzo Wood; Luke Skrebowski
HCI and mass communications: assessing the road ahead BIBFull-Text 80-81
  Andrew Zolli
Attention deficit disorder BIBFull-Text 81-84
  Luke Skrebowski

HCI and the Web

Applying research to design: bridging a widening gap BIBFull-Text 85-86
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 87-88
  Kim Goodwin

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 3

Editoral

A little personalization goes a long way BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

What's happening

What's happening BIBFull-Text 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

Research alert

Patterns of cooperative interaction: linking ethnomethodology and design BIBFull-Text 9-10
  David Martin; Ian Sommerville

Business

Making the business our business: one path to value-added HCI BIBFull-Text 12-17
  Gitte Lindgaard

Design

In praise of tweaking: a wiki-like programming contest BIBFull-Text 18-23
  Ned Gulley

Fast forward

User-experience planning for corporate success BIBFull-Text 24-27
  Aaron Marcus

Whiteboard

Are you positive? BIBAFull-Text 28-33
  Aaron Sklar; David Gilmore
Personalizing shared ubiquitous devices BIBFull-Text 34-43
  David M. Hilbert; Jonathan Trevor

HCI and the Web

My place or yours: use and abuse of research facilities BIBFull-Text 45-46
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 47-49
  Gerard Torenvliet

Conferences

SIGGRAPH 2004 BIBFull-Text 51-54
  Marisa Campbell

Reflections

VUIs: where the rubber hits the road BIBFull-Text 56-ff
  Brian Ganninger

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 4

Editorial

Banking BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

What's happening

What's happening BIBFull-Text 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

Research alert

DateLens: a fisheye calendar interface for PDAs BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Benjamin B. Bederson; Aaron Clamage; Mary P. Czerwinski; George G. Robertson

Fast forward

Insights on outsourcing BIBFull-Text 12-17
  Aaron Marcus

Design

Mixing disciplines in anticipation of convergence: a curriculum for teaching interaction design to industrial designers BIBFull-Text 18-23
  Jon Kolko

Business

Describing usability problems: are we sending the right message? BIBFull-Text 24-29
  Joseph S. Dumas; Rolf Molich; Robin Jeffries

The whiteboard

Premium usability: getting the discount without paying the price BIBAFull-Text 30-37
  Jeff Sauro
Trading system complexity: keeping the trader in control BIBFull-Text 38-53
  Mark R. Hicks

HCI and the Web

Inclusive design: accessibility guidelines only part of the picture BIBFull-Text 55-56
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 57-59
  Marc Rettig

Conferences

The 18th British HCI Group annual conference BIBFull-Text 61-63
  Marisa Campbell

Reflections

The power of two BIBFull-Text 64
  Steven Pemberton

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 5

Editorial

Emotion BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

Obituary

John Rheinfrank (1944-2004) BIBFull-Text 5
  Austin Henderson

What's happening

What's happening BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Marisa Campbell

Research alert

Modeling individual and collaborative construction of jigsaws BIBFull-Text 11-12
  Hilary Johnson; Joanne Hyde

Fast forward

Branding 101 BIBAFull-Text 14-21
  Aaron Marcus

Business

The myths of usability ROI BIBAFull-Text 22-29
  Daniel Rosenberg

The whiteboard

Log on, tune in, drop down: (and click "go" too!) BIBAFull-Text 30-35
  Ken Becker

More funology

Introduction BIBFull-Text 36-37
  Mark Blythe; Marc Hassenzahl; Peter Wright

More funology: positions

Beyond fun BIBFull-Text 38-40
  John M. Carroll
Interview with Patrick Jordan BIBFull-Text 40-41
  Mark Blythe
Technology as experience BIBFull-Text 42-43
  John McCarthy; Peter Wright
Interview with Don Norman BIBFull-Text 43-46
  Mark Blythe; Mark Hassenzahl
Emotions can be quite ephemeral; we cannot design them BIBFull-Text 46-48
  Marc Hassenzahl
Designing for fun: how can we design user interfaces to be more fun? BIBFull-Text 48-50
  Ben Shneiderman

More funology: inspiration

Pastiche scenarios BIBFull-Text 51-53
  Mark Blythe
Cultural probes and the value of uncertainty BIBAFull-Text 53-56
  William W. Gaver; Andrew Boucher; Sarah Pennington; Brendan Walker

More funology: humor

LOL: humor online BIBFull-Text 57-58
  Jeffrey T. Hancock

More funology: design

Freedom of fun, freedom of interaction BIBFull-Text 59-61
  Stephan Wensveen; Kees Overbeeke; Tom Djajadiningrat; Steven Kyffin
It felt like clown sparkles BIBFull-Text 61-63
  Kristina Andersen
Taking fun seriously BIBFull-Text 63-64
  Alan Dix
What sounds do people love and hate? BIBFull-Text 64-66
  Jonathan Effrat; Lisa Chan; B. J. Fogg; Ling Kong
Feeling lucky?: emotions and information seeking BIBFull-Text 66-67
  James Kalbach
Connecting mothers and sons: a design using routine affective rituals BIBFull-Text 68-69
  Wouter van der Hoog; Pieter Jan Stappers; Ianus Keller

More funology: games

Beyond usability in games BIBFull-Text 70-71
  Randy Pagulayan; Keith Steury
Computer games as interfaces BIBFull-Text 71-72
  Dennis L. Chao
Narrative construction as play BIBFull-Text 73-74
  Brenda Laurel

More funology: elephants

Human computer (sexual) interactions BIBFull-Text 75-76
  Mark Blythe; Mark Jones
The age of auspicious computing? BIBFull-Text 76-77
  Genevieve Bell

HCI and the web

Breadcrumb navigation: there's more to hansel and gretel than meets the eye BIBFull-Text 79-80
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 81-83
  Will Schroeder

Conferences

NordiCHI 2004 BIBFull-Text 85-88
  Marisa Campbell

INTER 2004 Volume 11 Issue 6

Editorial

Goodbye! BIBFull-Text 4
  Steven Pemberton

What's happening

What's happening BIBFull-Text 7-8
  Marisa Campbell

Research alert

In Pursuit of Desktop Evolution BIBFull-Text 9-10
  Pamela Ravasio; Sissel Guttormsen Schar; Helmut Krueger
Usability and collaborative aspects of augmented reality BIBFull-Text 11-15
  Morten Fjeld

Fast forward

It's about time BIBAFull-Text 16-21
  Aaron Marcus

Design

Animated use sketches as design representations BIBAFull-Text 22-27
  Jonas Lowgren

Business

When good things happen to bad products: where are the benefits of usability in the consumer appliance market? BIBAFull-Text 28-35
  Timo Jokela

The whiteboard

The race of the web sites: 2004 BIBAFull-Text 36-43
  Kathy E. Gill
The blind men and the elephant: views of scenario-based system design BIBAFull-Text 44-53
  Kentaro Go; John M. Carroll

HCI and the web

Attentional gambling: getting better odds from your web pages BIBFull-Text 55-56
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIBFull-Text 57-59
  Francesco Cara

Conferences

CSCW 2004 BIBFull-Text 61-63
  Marisa E. Campbell

Reflections

Things that stay us from the swift completion of our appointed tasks (revisited) BIBFull-Text 64
  Steven Pemberton