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interactions 13

Editors:Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Dates:2006
Volume:13
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Papers:160
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2006-01 Volume 13 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2006-03 Volume 13 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2006-05 Volume 13 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2006-07 Volume 13 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2006-09 Volume 13 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2006-11 Volume 13 Issue 6

INTER 2006-01 Volume 13 Issue 1

In this issue

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

Fresh: ok/cancel

Prototyper archetypes BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: rant

Loser-centered design BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

A penny for your thoughts, a latte for your password BIB 8-9
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Prototyping and plagiarism BIB 11
  Dr. Usability

The art of prototyping

A UI prototyping sampler BIB 12-13
  Michael Arent
The Excel Story BIB 14-17
  Nevin Berger
Presumptive design, or cutting the looking-glass cake BIB 18-20
  Leo Frishberg
Prototyping with junk BIB 21-23
  Nancy Frishberg
Developing the drift table BIB 24-27
  Andrew Boucher; William Gaver
Interface in form: paper and product prototyping for feedback and fun BIB 28-30
  Bruce M. Hanington
Revisiting tangible speculation: 20 years of UI prototyping BIB 31-32
  Daniel Rosenberg

Practice: connections

Pack wisely and remember the local voltage: connecting across the globe BIB 33-36
  Laura Erickson

Practice: whiteboard

The next frontier of users' preferences: content customization BIB 38-39
  Fabio Vitali

Practice: business

To consolidate or distribute?: that is the question BIB 41-44
  Linn Johnk; Meera Manahan; Tom Graefe

People: the way I see it

Interaction design is still an art form.: ergonomics is real engineering BIB 45-60
  Donald A. Norman

People: Here's entertainment!

Are we having fun yet?: computers as entertainment objects BIB 46-60
  Dennis Wixon

People: on the edge

Sketching in hardware BIB 47-60
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

Dashboards in your future BIB 48-60
  Aaron Marcus

Books

Review of "Access by Design by Sarah Horton", New Riders, 2005, ISBN: 032131140X, $24.99 BIB 50-52
  Robert Douglass
New & upcoming titles BIB 51
  Gerard Torenvliet

Forum: Timelines Rewind

Is HCI homeless?: in search of inter-disciplinary status BIBAKFull-Text 54-59
  Jonathan Grudin

Event planner

Event planner BIB 58
 

Bridging the gap

Building a bridge between research and practice BIB 63
  Carolyn Gale

Postcards from the future

Doomsday BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

Rave

It's all about the user... isn't it? BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-03 Volume 13 Issue 2

In this issue

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

Fresh: rant

Pay attention! BIB 5-8
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Outsourceful BIB 5
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

What's the right thing? BIB 9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Gadgets and the consequences of their design BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Offshoring usability

Offshore usability: helping meet the global demand? BIB 12-13
  Eric Schaffer
Usability professionals: you've come a long way, baby! BIB 14-17
  Vikram Chauhan
Working with a global lab team in China BIB 18-19
  Tom Plocher
IBM research in China BIB 20-21
  Chen Zhao
A new destination for offshore usability: Russia? BIB 22-24
  Ivan Burmistrov
Working as a designer in a global team BIB 25-27
  Janaki Mythily Kumar
Communication across cultures BIB 28
  Roman Longoria
The moment of truth: how much does culture matter to you? BIB 29-31
  Lada Gorlenko
A decision table: offshore or not?: (when not to use offshore resources) BIB 32-33
  Eric Schaffer

Forum: open for business

The business of betas BIB 35-36
  Brian Frank

Forum: here's entertainment

What is a game? BIB 37-ff
  Dennis Wixon

Forum: under development

Designing technology for the developing world BIB 39-ff
  Gary Marsden

Forum: the way i see it

Trapped in a Lufthansa airline seat BIB 41-ff
  Donald A. Norman

Forum: fast forward

Visualizing the future of information visualization BIB 42-43
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: on the edge

Inventing the future BIB 44-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Forum: Timelines

The GUI shock: computer graphics and human-computer interaction BIBAKFull-Text 46-ff
  Jonathan Grudin

Books

Review of "Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice by Kimiz Dalkir", Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann, ISBN: 0-7506-7864-X, $49.95 BIB 48-ff
  Karen Takle Quinn
New & upcoming titles BIB 49
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 52-53
 

Rave

Volunteers for ACM/SIGCHI BIB 56
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-05 Volume 13 Issue 3

In this issue

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

Fresh: rant

Do you believe?: our faith-based initiative BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Safe and secure BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: postcards from the future

Postcards from the future BIB 8
  Atticus Wolrab

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Lost in the localization forest BIB 8
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: pushing the envelope

I give that web site an 11 BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Forum: open for business

The science of segmentation BIB 12-13
  Brian Frank

Forum: connections

HCI and cognitive disabilities BIB 14-15
  Clayton Lewis

Forum: under development

Voices across the digital divide BIB 16-17
  Matt Jones

HCI and security

Introduction BIB 18-19
  Ryan West
IT security: protecting organizations in spite of themselves BIB 20-27
  David A. Siegel; Bill Reid; Susan M. Dray
Designing an evaluation method for security user interfaces: lessons from studying secure wireless network configuration BIB 28-31
  Cynthia Kuo; Adrian Perrig; Jesse Walker
To download or not to download: an examination of computer security decision making BIB 32-37
  Jefferson B. Hardee; Ryan West; Christopher B. Mayhorn
Minimal-feedback hints for remembering passwords BIB 38-40
  Morten Hertzum
Is usable security an oxymoron? BIB 41-44
  Alexander J. DeWitt; Jasna Kuljis
What do they "indicate?": evaluating security and privacy indicators BIB 45-47
  Lorrie Faith Cranor
Firefighters and engineers BIB 48-49
  Ka-Ping Yee
Feeling secure BIB 50
  Joel Grossman

People: the way I see it

Emotionally centered design BIB 53-ff
  Donald A. Norman

People: fast forward

CHI at the movies and on tv BIB 54-ff
  Aaron Marcus

People: on the edge

Welcome to the mobile life! BIB 57-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Forum: Timelines

A missing generation: office automation/information systems and human-computer interaction BIBAFull-Text 58-61
  Jonathan Grudin

Books

Review of "The Handbook of Task Analysis for Human-Computer Interaction edited by Dan Diaper and Neville A. Stanton", Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004 ISBN 0805844333 $50.00 BIB 62-63
  John G. Milanski
New & upcoming titles BIB 63
  Gerard Torenvliet

Bridge the gap

The elevator talk BIB 65
  Carolyn Gale
Discovering modalities for adaptive multimodal interfaces BIB 66-70
  Srihathai Prammanee; Klaus Moessner; Rahim Tafazolli

Event planner

Event planner BIB 68-69
 

Rave

The designer's hippocratic oath -- a reformulation BIB 72
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-07 Volume 13 Issue 4

In this issue

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

Fresh: rant

Spoiled brats BIB 5-6
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Gadget positioning system BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

The globalization malaise BIB 7-8
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: nuts & bolts

Dear notebook: font memoirs BIB 10-13
  Joshua Larrabee

Open for business

Driving devices: lessons learned in the business of designing mobile UIs BIB 14-15
  Brian Frank

Connections

Corporate UX -- : bringing value to the mobile industry BIB 16-17
  Tobias Herrman

Here's entertainment

What works? BIB 18-19
  Dennis Wixon

Under development

Digital libraries for the developing world BIB 20-21
  Ian H. Witten

Gadgets '06

Introduction BIB 22-23
  Bruno von Niman; Manfred Tscheligi
The music is the message BIB 24-27
  Matt Jones; Steve Jones
Mobile video recording in context BIB 28-30
  Erika Reponen; Pertti Huuskonen; Kristijan Mihalic
Mobile navigation support for pedestrians: can it work and does it pay off? BIB 31-33
  Manfred Tscheligi; Reinhard Sefelin
Multimodal warehouse application BIB 34-37
  Samir Raiyani; Janaki Mythily Kumar
Notes from China: handset design BIB 38-39
  Chris Ben
Point, push, pull: the FAU interface BIB 40-41
  Akio Yoshioka; Hiroyuki Toki; Noboru Takahashi; Shunji Ito
Your phone automatically caches your life BIB 42-44
  Youngho Rhee; Jaehwan Kim; Amy Chung
Leveraging the context of use in designing networked services BIB 45-48
  Boyd de Groot

People: the way i see it

Why doing user observations first is wrong BIB 50-ff
  Don Norman

People: on the edge

Tagging the world BIB 51-ff
  Lars Erik Holmquist

People: fast forward

Wit and wisdom: where do we turn for advice? BIB 52-53
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

Death of a sugar daddy: the mystery of the AFIPS orphans BIBAFull-Text 54-57
  Jonathan Grudin

Books

Review of "Mobile Interaction Design by Matt Jones and Gary Marsden", John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., ISBN 0470090898, $60.00 BIB 58-ff
  Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
New & upcoming titles BIB 59
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 60
 

Rave

Delight design BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Postcards from the future

Doomsday BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

INTER 2006-09 Volume 13 Issue 5

In this issue

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

Fresh: rant

It's all about the concept... BIB 5
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: ok/cancel

Take a hike BIB 7
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

Too smart and too rich? BIB 7-9
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: mailbag

Letters to the editor BIB 9
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: pushing the envelope

A Little Help From My Friends BIB 10-11
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: nuts & bolts

Almost dead on arrival: a case study of non-user-centered design for a police emergency-response system BIB 12-18
  Aaron Marcus; Jim Gasperini

Forum: Under development

How to provide useful ICT when called upon BIB 20-21
  Edwin Blake

Forum: Here's entertainment

Talking about games experiences: a view from the trenches BIB 22-23
  Bruce Phillips

Gadgets: part 2

Gadgets are here to stay BIB 24-25
  Bruno von Niman
The reality of ICT use is failing to meet the user's requirements BIB 26-29
  Anne M. Clarke
Increasing text-entry usability in mobile devices for languages used in Europe BIB 30-35
  Martin Bocker; Bruno von Niman; Karl Ivar Larsson
Co-design, China, and the commercialization of the mobile user interface BIB 36-41
  David M. Williams
Mind the gap: notes on product replacement BIB 42-46
  Pekka Ketola

The way i see it

Words matter. talk about people: not customers, not consumers, not users BIB 49-63
  Donald A. Norman

The well-tempered practitioner

Brainstorming pitfalls and best practices BIB 50-63
  Chauncey E. Wilson

Fast forward

From KidCHI to BabyCHI BIB 52-53
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

Turing maturing: the separation of artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction BIBAFull-Text 54-57
  Jonathan Grudin

Books

Review of "The International Handbook of Creativity edited by James C. Kaufman and Robert J. Sternberg", Cambridge University Press, 2006, ISBN 0521547318, $34.99 BIB 58-61
  Mark C. Detweiler
New & upcoming titles BIB 59
  Gerard Torenvliet

Event planner

Event planner BIB 60-61
 

Postcards from the future

Phoning it in BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab

Rave

Design At Chi BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

INTER 2006-11 Volume 13 Issue 6

In this issue

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

Fresh: rant

Results are in: fidelity deception ranks high on usability problems BIB 5-7
  Jonathan Arnowitz; Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson

Fresh: mailbag

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

Fresh: ok/cancel

Judgmental BIB 9
  Tom Chi; Kevin Cheng

Fresh: ask Doctor Usability

I like it like that! BIB 9-10
  Dr. Usability

Fresh: CHI 2007

Design infusion at CHI 2007 BIB 11
  Jon Kolko; Bill Lucas

Fresh: pushing the envelope

Whither the web? BIB 12-13
  Fred Sampson

Fresh: nuts & bolts

10 usability tips & tricks for testing mobile applications BIB 14-15
  David Schultz

Forum: under development

How do you manage your contacts if you can't read or write? BIB 16-17
  Jan Chipchase

Forum: connections

Must electronic gadgets disrupt our face-to-face conversations? BIB 18-19
  William Newman

Waits & measures

Quantifying usability BIB 20-21
  Jeff Sauro
The user is in the numbers BIB 22-25
  Jeff Sauro
Functionality, usability, and user experience: three areas of concern BIB 26-28
  Niamh McNamara; Jurek Kirakowski
Sample sizes for usability tests: mostly math, not magic BIB 29-33
  James R. Lewis
A practical guide to the CIF: usability measurements BIB 34-37
  Mary Theofanos
Making the fuzzy parts of ROI clear BIB 38-41
  John Sorflaten
Practical issues in usability measurement BIB 42-43
  Nigel Bevan

People: the way I see it

Logic versus usage: the case for activity-centered design BIB 45-ff
  Donald A. Norman

People: the well-tempered practitioner

Triangulation: the explicit use of multiple methods, measures, and approaches for determining core issues in product development BIB 46-ff
  Chauncey E. Wilson

People: fast forward

SeniorCHI: the geezers are coming! BIB 48-49
  Aaron Marcus

Forum: Timelines

The demon in the basement BIBAFull-Text 50-53
  Jonathan Grudin

People: on the edge

Ubiquitous Japan BIB 54-55
  Lars Erik Holmquist

Books

Review of "The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation for Design by Klaus Krippendorff", Taylor & Francis, 2006, ISBN 0415322200, $79.95 BIB 56-ff
  Austin Henderson
New & upcoming titles BIB 57
  Judy Grover

Event planner

Event planner BIB 58-59
  Judy Grover

Bridge the gap

Transitioning to the hallway talk BIB 60
  Carolyn Gale
Toward a common ground: practice and research in HCI BIB 61-62
  Avi Parush

Rave

Thank you for your input: my favorite things BIB 64
  Jonathan Arnowitz

Postcards from the future

Skinner built the internet BIB 64
  Atticus Wolrab