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interactions 12

Editors:Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Dates:2005
Volume:12
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:175
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 6

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 1

Editorial

Hello! BIB 4-5
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Pushing the envelope

User experience: why do so many organizations believe they own it? report from a Silicon Valley gathering BIB 7-9
  Fred Sampson

Ask Dr. Usability

Ask Dr. Usability BIB 9-9
  Dr. Usability

Rant

Not ready for prime-time voting BIB 11-11
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

The whiteboard

Ease your design anguish BIB 12-17
  Deborah Gill-Hesselgrave; Mark Hall

Fast forward

User-centered design in the enterprise BIB 18-23
  Aaron Marcus

Design

The innovation pipeline: design collaborations between research and development BIB 24-29
  Austin Henderson
Storytelling evolves on the web: case study: EXOCOG and the future of storytelling BIB 30-47
  Jim Miller

HCI and the web

A tale of two tutorials: a cognitive approach to interactive system design and interaction design meets agility BIB 49-51
  William Hudson

Books

Books BIB 53-55
  Richard Douglass

Research alert

Seeking online health resources: a study of web usability for older adults BIB 57-58
  Shirley Ann Becker

Event planner

CHI 2005 BIB 59-61
 

Rewind

AIGA National Design Conference: an interaction design perspective BIB 62-63
  Julie Stanford; Ellen R. Tauber; Laura Klein

Rave

Business software gets it BIB 64-64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 2

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Infinite loop BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: editors' rant

Usability as science BIB 7-8
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 8
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Why do I want ambient intelligence? BIB 9-10
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: ask Dr. Usability

Greeking and internationalization BIB 10
  Dr. Usability

Robots!

Have robots, need interaction with humans! BIB 12-14
  Jean Scholtz
CosmoBot levels the playing field for disabled children BIB 14-16
  Corinna Lathan; Amy Brisben; Charlotte Safos
Robotic products to assist the aging population BIB 16-18
  Jodi Forlizzi
Socially intelligent robots BIB 19-22
  Cynthia Breazeal
Towards collaboration with robots in shared space: spatial perspective and frames of reference BIB 22-24
  Alan C. Schultz; J. Gregory Trafton
Robots as laboratory hosts BIB 24-26
  Candace L. Sidner; Christopher Lee
Qualitative spatial referencing for natural human-robot interfaces BIB 27-30
  Marjorie Skubic
Case study: up close and personal from Mars BIB 30-36
  Emily Hamner; Mark Lotter; Illah Nourbakhsh; Skip Shelly
Humans, robots, rubble, and research BIB 37-39
  Robin R. Murphy
Using competitions to study human-robot interaction in urban search and rescue BIB 39-41
  Jill L. Drury; Holly A. Yanco; Jean Scholtz
Interaction challenges in human-robot space exploration BIB 42-45
  Terrence Fong; Illah Nourbakhsh
An interview with Dr. Corinna Lathan of AnthroTronix BIB 45-47
  Jean Scholtz

Practice: design

Prototyping: generating ideas or cargo cult designs? BIB 48-54
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Practice: whiteboard

Designing theatre, designing user experience BIB 55-57
  Whitney Quesenbery

Practice: business

Avoiding the next schism: ethnography and usability BIB 58-61
  David Siegel; Susan Dray

Practice: connections

What else?: people, disciplines, contexts, stories, occurrences BIB 62-63
  Manfred Tscheligi

People: the way I see it

Robots in the home: what might they do? BIB 65
  Donald A. Norman

People: on the enterprise

Too many cooks BIB 66-67
  Dustin Beltram

People: fast forward

Dreaming of robots: an interview with Bruce Sterling BIB 68-70
  Aaron Marcus

People: HCI & the web

The cost of more: psychology of choice in interaction design BIB 71
  William Hudson

Books

Book review BIB 72-74
  Karen Landis
New & upcoming titles BIB 74
  Gerard Torenvliet

Rewind

Beyond human-centered design? BIB 75-79
  Nico Macdonald

Event planner

Event planner BIB 77
 
Robot rescue camp BIB 79-80
  Jean Scholtz
Robots in Italy: beyond da Vinci BIB 80-82
  Cory D. Kidd
HRI 2006 BIB 82-83
  Mike Goodrich
14th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication BIB 82
  Julie Adams
From fiction to science: swissnex explores the interfaces BIB 83-87
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Editors' rave

User research as kool-aid BIB 88-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 3

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

It's mine... BIB 7-9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Who owns it? BIB 8
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Distressed in a cube BIB 9-11
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: in remembrance

Jef Raskin, pioneer BIB 10-11
  Richard Karpinski

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Back to school for UX? BIB 12-13
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 13-14
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Whose profession is it anyway?

Introduction: sharing ownership of UX BIB 16-18
  Pabini Gabriel-Petit
Who owns UX?: not us! BIB 18-20
  Dirk Knemeyer
Building positive team relationships for better usability BIB 20-21
  John C. Ferrara
The vision of good user experience BIB 22-23
  David Hawdale
User experience: back to business BIB 23-25
  Peter Bogaards; Ruurd Priester
Making UX an engaging process for prospective user experience adopters BIB 25-26
  Bob Goodman
Success with user-centered design management BIB 27-32
  Jeremy Ashley; Kristin Desmond
Why engineers own user experience design BIB 32-34
  Bruce Tog Tognazzini
Defining interaction design BIB 34-35
  Elizabeth Bacon
The adaptive user experience organization BIB 36
  Victor Lombardi
STC and user experience BIB 37-38
  Fred Sampson
Engineering the user experience: UX and the Usability Professionals' Association BIB 38-40
  Paul Sherman; Whitney Quesenbery
User experience network: a passion for collaboration BIB 40-41
  Richard Anderson; Keith Instone; Dirk Knemeyer; Beth Mazur; Whitney Quesenbery

Practice: whiteboard

There once was a whiteboard in verse... BIB 42-44
  Elizabeth Buie

Practice: business

Professional societies and business relevance BIB 45-47
  John Scooter Morris

Practice: connections

More experiences: other sides of the profession story BIB 48-49
  Manfred Tscheligi

People: the way I see it

Whose profession is this?: everybody's, nobody's BIB 51
  Donald A. Norman

People: on the enterprise

Virtual bridges: creating successful designs in a distributed development environment BIB 52-53
  Dustin Beltram

People: fast forward

The out-of-box home experience: remote from reality BIB 54-56
  Aaron Marcus

People: HCI & the web

Fitts at 50: for link design, size does matter BIB 57
  William Hudson

People: on the edge

The robots are coming BIB 58-59
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Books

Book review BIB 60-62
  Jeff Horvath; Tim Cartwright
New & upcoming titles BIB 61
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

UX events BIB 63
 

Rave

Do good, then do better BIB 64-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Elitoons

Attitudes towards testing BIB 64
  Nevin Berger

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 4

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

CHI and the practitioner dilemma BIB 5-9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

HAT9000 BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: food for thought

Why doesn't SIGCHI eat its own dog food? BIB 8-10
  John Scooter Morris

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Brand UX BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 11-12
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Seeing is believing BIB 13
  Dr. Usability

Fresh

Human-centered design considered harmful BIB 14-19
  Donald A. Norman

Ambient intelligence: the next generation of user centeredness

Introduction BIB 20-21
  Manfred Tscheligi
From information design to experience design: smart artefacts and the disappearing computer BIB 21-25
  Norbert Streitz; Carsten Magerkurth; Thorsten Prante; Carsten Rocker
Exploring feedback and persuasive techniques at the sink BIB 25-28
  Leonardo Bonanni; Ernesto Arroyo; Chia-Hsun Lee; Ted Selker
Living in metamorphosis: proactive computing in the home environment BIB 28-31
  Jukka Vanhala; Frans Mayra; Ilpo Koskinen
Information as a cultural category BIB 31-33
  Paul Dourish; Johanna Brewer; Genevieve Bell
New technologies for human connectedness BIB 33-37
  Stefan Agamanolis
Case study: bringing social intelligence into home dialogue systems BIB 37-44
  Panos Markopoulos; Boris de Ruyter; Saini Privender; Albert van Breemen
Interactive spaces: towards a better everyday? BIB 44-45
  Marianne Graves Petersen
Attentive objects: enriching people's natural interaction with everyday objects BIB 45-48
  Pattie Maes
A simple secret for design BIB 48-50
  Ingelise Nielsen; Graham Pullin
Interaction contextualized in space BIB 50-54
  Marco Susani
Projections into the world: service avatars as ambient intelligence objects BIB 55-57
  Mike Kuniavsky
Pushing the boundaries of interaction in public BIB 57-58
  Steve Benford

Practice: whiteboard

Designers don't hurt people; designs do BIB 60-61
  Douglas W. Anderson

Practice: business

An alternative business model for addressing usability: subscription research for the telecom industry BIB 62-64
  Scott Weiss

Practice: connections

Ambient intelligence drives open innovation BIB 66-68
  Emile Aarts

People: the way I see it

Do companies fail because their technology is unusable? BIB 69
  Donald A. Norman

People: on the enterprise

Compromising positions BIB 70-ff
  Dustin Beltram

People: on the edge

Ubiquitous music BIB 71-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

Usability grows up: the great debate BIB 72-73
  Aaron Marcus

Books

Book review BIB 74-77
  J. R. McNeill
New & upcoming titles BIB 75
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 77
 

Rave

The case for case studies BIB 80-ff
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the future

Postcards from the future BIB 80
  Atticus Wolrab

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 5

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Infoaction education BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: rant

Hello, goodbye in the line of HCI BIB 5-9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 8-10
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

If your prototype explodes in the forest, will anyone notice? BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Growing designers BIB 13
  Dr. Usability

Back to school: HCI & higher education

University HCI---squeezed into where? BIB 15-16
  Russell Beale
Recognizing student designers: ACM CHI's Student Design Competition BIB 16-19
  Elizabeth F. Churchill; Jonathan Sykes; Todd Zazelenchuk
Discovering user information needs: the case of university department web sites BIB 19-27
  Frank E. Ritter; Andrew R. Freed; Onida L. M. Haskett
The University of Texas at Austin School of Information: deep in the heart of the information age BIB 27-28
  Randolph G. Bias
The Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University BIB 28-29
  Bonnie E. John
HCI at Stanford University BIB 30-31
  Terry Winograd; Scott Klemmer
The HCI program at the School of Information at the University of Michigan BIB 31-32
  Judith S. Olson
HCI programs within the Information Science and Technology Department at the University of Missouri, Rolla BIB 32-33
  Richard H. Hall
Eindhoven's User-System-Interaction Design Program: an overview BIB 33-34
  Maddy Janse; Panos Markopoulos; Patricia Vinken
HCI education at the ICT&S Human-Computer Interaction as a cornerstone between technology and society BIB 34-36
  Manfred Tscheligi; Regina Bernhaupt
Teaching balance and respect: HCI Group & Software Technology Group at the University of Hamburg BIB 36-37
  Hartmut Obendorf; Matthias Finck; Axel Schmolitzky
HCI programs BIB 38-41
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Practice: connections

Rise up, revolt! BIB 42-44
  Russell Beale

Practice: business

Common Industry Format approved as international standard BIB 46-47
  Mary Theofanos

Practice: whiteboard

Aesthetics and interaction design: some preliminary thoughts BIB 48-50
  David Heller

People: the way I see it

To school or not to school? BIB 51
  Donald A. Norman

People: on the enterprise

Back to school BIB 52-ff
  Dustin Beltramo

People: on the edge

Mixed-up realities BIB 53-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

What would an ideal CHI education look like? BIB 54-55
  Aaron Marcus

People: HCI & the web

Playing your cards right: getting the most from card sorting for navigation design BIB 56-58
  William Hudson

Books

Book review BIB 60-62
  Tim Moore
New & upcoming titles BIB 61
  Gerard Torenvliet
Errata BIB 62
  Gerard Torenvliet

Rewind

Michel Waisvisz: the man and the hands BIB 63-67
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson; Jonathan Arnowitz
Report on the First All-India Human-Computer Interaction Conference BIB 67-69
  Sanjay Prasad; Andy Smith; Anirudha Joshi; Iqbal Ahmed

Event planner

Event planner BIB 68-69
 

Rave

Heads-up!: pointers for prospects BIB 72
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Elitoons

Computer humor interface BIB 72
  Nevin Berger

INTER 2005 Volume 12 Issue 6

In this issue

In this issue BIB 4
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: rant

The misapplication of professional opinion BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Web services panacea BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 7-8
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Taking UX offshore BIB 8-9
  Fred Sampson

Fresh

Piloting through the maze BIB 10
  William Buxton

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Is the there there? BIB 11
  Dr. Usability

Fresh

CHI 2006: interact, inform, inspire BIB 12-13
  Gary Olson; Dennis Wixon
Policy at the interface: HCI and public policy BIB 13-14
  Jonathan Lazar; Jeff Johnson; Harry Hochheiser
The fragmentation of attention in mobile interaction, and what to do with it BIB 16-18
  Antti Oulasvirta
UCD in agile projects: dream team or odd couple? BIB 19-23
  Paul McInerney; Frank Maurer
Come on down!: a game show approach to illustrating usability evaluation methods BIB 24-27
  Michael B. Twidale; Paul F. Marty
Overcoming the challenges of multinational testing BIB 28-30
  Agnieszka Bojko; Gavin S. Lew; Robert M. Schumacher
Mobile media sharing in large-scale events: beyond MMS BIB 32-34
  Giulio Jacucci; Antti Salovaara

Practice: connections

Designers and the age of fear BIB 36-38
  John Thackara

Practice: business

Minding your user's business BIB 39-41
  Peter H. Jones

Practice: whiteboard

Small world, water coolers, and the challenge of remote collaboration BIB 42-44
  Lada Gorlenko

People: the way I see it

There's an automobile in HCI's future BIB 45-ff
  Donald A. Norman

People: on the enterprise

Embrace the confusion BIB 46-ff
  Dustin Beltramo

People: on the edge

Computers?: that's so 20th century! BIB 47-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

When in Rome, do as the Romans do: HCII 2005 recap BIB 48-ff
  Aaron Marcus

Rewind

Distributed display environments BIB 50-53
  Dugald Ralph Hutchings; John Stasko; Mary Czerwinski

Event planner

Event planner BIB 52-53
 

Rave

The voice of the people BIB 56
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the edge

Cutting edge today, kitsch tomorrow BIB 56
  Atticus Wolrab