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interactions 17

Editors:Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko
Standard No:ISSN 1072-5520
Links:Table of Contents
  1. INTER 2010-01 Volume 17 Issue 1
  2. INTER 2010-03 Volume 17 Issue 2
  3. INTER 2010-05 Volume 17 Issue 3
  4. INTER 2010-07 Volume 17 Issue 4
  5. INTER 2010-09 Volume 17 Issue 5
  6. INTER 2010-11 Volume 17 Issue 6

INTER 2010-01 Volume 17 Issue 1


Interactions: information, physicality, co-ownership, and culture BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

The tactile experience

Tangible interaction = form + computing BIBFull-Text 6-11
  Mark Baskinger; Mark Gross


The transmedia design challenge: technology that is pleasurable and satisfying BIBFull-Text 12-15
  Donald A. Norman


The art of editing: the new old skills for a curated life BIBFull-Text 16-19
  Liz Danzico


Of memories and memorials: a conversation with Jake Barton about the Make History project BIBFull-Text 20-23
  Alex Wright
Operationalizing brands with new technologies BIBFull-Text 24-27
  Denise Lee Yohn
The social life of visualization BIBFull-Text 28-31
  Jeremy Yuille; Hugh Macdonald

Forum: Under Development

Beyond the Benjamins: toward an African interaction design BIBFull-Text 32-35
  N. J. Bidwell; H. Winschiers-Theophilus
Social change: women, networks, and technology BIBFull-Text 36-39
  Natalie Quizon

Forum: Interacting with public policy

Interacting with public policy BIBFull-Text 40-43
  Jonathan Lazar

Forum: Sustainably Ours

Reclaim BIBFull-Text 44-46
  Eli Blevis

The important role of user research

User-research-driven mobile user interface innovation: a success story from Seoul BIBFull-Text 48-51
  Jay Chaeyong Yi
Why marketing research makes us cringe BIBFull-Text 52-56
  Dan Formosa

(Does it bother anyone that design continues to be driven by awful marketing techniques?)

Why designers sometimes make me cringe BIBFull-Text 56-57
  Klaus Kaasgaard


Let the experts talk: an experience of tangible game design with children BIBFull-Text 58-61
  Javier Marco; Sandra Baldassarri; Eva Cerezo; Diana Yifan Xu; Janet C. Read

Clarifying interactions

Ps AND Qs: Socializing at cross purposes BIBFull-Text 62-65
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

Forum: Timelines

Reflections on the future of iSchools from a dean inspired by some junior faculty BIBAKFull-Text 66-68
  Martha E. Pollack
This article, by Martha Pollack, Dean of the School of information at the University of Michigan, completes a year in which five of the six Timelines columns have dealt with prospects for research on Information as well as aspects of its history. This is an exciting time for many elements of HCI, including Design, the input and display device renaissance, a flowering of domain-specific HCI-yet this period may be most remembered for its embrace of Information. -- Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History


The language/action model of conversation: can conversation perform acts of design? BIBFull-Text 70-75
  Peter H. Jones
FEATURE: Is wellness informatics a field of human-centered health informatics? BIBFull-Text 76-79
  Rebecca E. Grinter; Katie A. Siek; Andrea Grimes

Interactions Cafe

On designers as catalytic agents BIBFull-Text 80
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

INTER 2010-03 Volume 17 Issue 2


exploring aspects of design thinking BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

On Design Thinking

Evolution of the mind: a case for design literacy BIBFull-Text 6-11
  Chris Pacione
Design thinking in stereo: Brown and Martin BIBFull-Text 12-15
  Paula Thornton
Designing interactions at work: applying design to discussions, meetings, and relationships BIBFull-Text 16-19
  Roger Martin; Jennifer Riel

Tools and Technologies to Facilitate and Improve Design

From Davis to David: lessons from improvisation BIBFull-Text 20-23
  Liz Danzico
Mobilizing attention: storytelling for innovation BIBFull-Text 24-26
  Jeffrey Kim; Arnold Lund; Caroline Dombrowski
PUX: patterns of user experience BIBFull-Text 27-31
  Alan F. Blackwell; Sally Fincher
Interaction criticism: three readings of an interaction design, and what they get us BIBFull-Text 32-37
  Jeffrey Bardzell; Jay Bolter; Jonas Löwgren

Challenges to Design Research

Technology first, needs last: the research-product gulf BIBFull-Text 38-42
  Donald A. Norman
An introduction to casual data, and how it's changing everything BIBFull-Text 43-47
  Lauren Serota; Dan Rockwell
The essence of interaction design research: a call for consistency BIBFull-Text 48-51
  Sam Ladner

Gender Issues

Sugared puppy-dog tails: gender and design BIBFull-Text 52-56
  Elizabeth F. Churchill
The lens of feminist HCI in the context of sustainable interaction design BIBFull-Text 57-59
  Shaowen Bardzell; Eli Blevis
MyMeal: an interactive user-tailored meal visualization tool for teenagers battling eating disorders BIBFull-Text 60-63
  Desmond Ballance; Jodie Jenkinson

On the Role and Design of Social Media and Enhanced Technology

From bowling alone to tweeting together: technology-mediated social participation BIBFull-Text 64-67
  Harry Hochheiser; Ben Shneiderman
Ubuntu in the network: humanness in social capital in rural Africa BIBFull-Text 68-71
  Nic Bidwell
Only robots on the inside BIBFull-Text 72-74
  Ryan Wistort

Forum: Timelines Updates

What a wonderful critter: orphans find a home BIBKFull-Text 76-78
  Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History

Interactions Cafe

On design thinking, business, the arts, STEM... BIBFull-Text 80-ff
  Jon Kolko; Richard Anderson

INTER 2010-05 Volume 17 Issue 3


Business, culture, and society BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

Human interfaces

Natural user interfaces are not natural BIBFull-Text 6-10
  Donald A. Norman
Making face: practices and interpretations of avatars in everyday media BIBFull-Text 11-14
  Liz Danzico
The ubiquitous and increasingly significant status message BIBFull-Text 15-17
  Bernard J. Jansen; Abdur Chowdury; Geoff Cook
Back to the future: bleeding-edge IVR BIBFull-Text 18-20
  Ahmed Bouzid; Weiye Ma
Give man a fish and you'll feed him for a day, teach him how to fish and...he will overfish BIBFull-Text 22-25
  Jussi Impiö
Accessibility and public policy in Sweden BIBFull-Text 26-29
  Jan Gulliksen; Hans von Axelson; Hans Persson; Bengt Göransson
Enjoying cultural heritage thanks to mobile technology BIBFull-Text 30-33
  Maria Francesca Costabile; Carmelo Ardito; Rosa Lanzilotti

Innovation in business

Creating a user-centered development culture BIBFull-Text 34-38
  Arnold (Arnie) M. Lund
Collaborate to innovate?: getting fresh small company thinking into big company innovation BIBFull-Text 39-43
  Mark Hicks
The role of leadership in winning design BIBFull-Text 44-47
  Don Fotsch

Social change

Depth over breadth: designing for impact locally, and for the long haul BIBFull-Text 48-51
  Emily Pilloton
Solving the world's problems through design BIBFull-Text 52-54
  Nadav Savio
Reframing health to embrace design of our own well-being BIBFull-Text 56-63
  Hugh Dubberly; Rajiv Mehta; Shelley Evenson; Paul Pangaro

New things to learn

Design challenge based learning (DCBL) sustainable pedagogical practice BIBFull-Text 64-69
  Eli Blevis
Social participation in open source: what it means for designers BIBFull-Text 70-74
  Paula M. Bach; Michael Twidale
Intentional communication: expanding our definition of user experience design BIBFull-Text 75-77
  Kristina Halvorson
Content strategy for everybody (even you) BIBFull-Text 78-81
  Karen McGrane
Enticing engagement BIBFull-Text 82-87
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

Interactions Cafe

On language potential BIBFull-Text 88
  Jon Kolko

INTER 2010-07 Volume 17 Issue 4

Interactions Cafe

Subtlety, change BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

The mystery of product development

Everything I know about user experience I learned from Jimmy Buffett BIBFull-Text 6-8
  Greg Hintermeister
The research-practice gap: the need for translational developers BIBFull-Text 9-12
  Donald A. Norman
Visible synthesis BIBFull-Text 13-17
  Katie Minardo Scott

Design, HCI, and the planet

Climate change: a challenge for design BIBFull-Text 18-21
  Julian Sanchez; Marco T. Sanchez
Navigating the terrain of sustainable HCI BIBFull-Text 22-25
  Carl DiSalvo; Phoebe Sengers; Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir
co-design lessons with children BIBFull-Text 26-29
  Kirsikka Vaajakallio; Tuuli Mattelmäki; Jung-Joo Lee
Learning to succeed at e-government BIBFull-Text 30-33
  Ulrike Rivett; Melissa Loudon
Time goes by...everything looks the same BIBFull-Text 34-37
  Dennis Littky

Forum: Timelines

CSCW: time passed, tempest, and time past BIBAKFull-Text 38-40
  Jonathan Grudin
Twenty-five years after its founding, the CSCW community concluded that it had been boiled. Its name no longer reflects the group's activity. Each word in "Computer Supported Cooperative Work" has lost its relevance.
Keywords: HCI History

Design, HCI, and the planet

Interacting with public policy: Driving transportation policy through technological innovation BIBFull-Text 42-48
  Juan E. Gilbert; Aqueasha M. Martin; Wanda Eugene; Hanan Alnizami; Wanda Moses; Deidra Morrison
Stepping out of the shallows BIBFull-Text 49-51
  Alex Wright
Q&A with Nicholas Carr BIBFull-Text 52-54
  Alex Wright
Adding by leaving out: the power of the pause BIBFull-Text 55-57
  Liz Danzico
evolve, adapt, THRIVE! BIBFull-Text 58-61
  Jon Innes
Today's flâneur: from HCI to place-based interaction and human-place interaction BIBFull-Text 62-66
  Elizabeth F. Churchill
Adaptive reuse: things, containers, and streets in the architecture of the social web BIBFull-Text 67-70
  Fred Scharmen

Interactions cafe

On education BIBFull-Text 72-ff
  Jon Kolko

INTER 2010-09 Volume 17 Issue 5


Interactions: authenticity, complexity, design BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko

Authenticity in new media

The meaning of affinity and the importance of identity in the designed world BIBFull-Text 6-11
  Matthew Jordan
Fluidity in craft and authenticity BIBFull-Text 12-15
  Sarah Kettley
The design of serendipity is not by chance BIBFull-Text 16-18
  Liz Danzico
Why "the conversation" isn't necessarily a conversation BIBFull-Text 19-21
  Ben McAllister
The (anti) social net BIBFull-Text 22-25
  Elizabeth F. Churchill

The complexity of "advancement"

Hope for the best and prepare for the worst: interaction design and the tipping point BIBFull-Text 26-30
  Eli Blevis; Shunying Blevis
Reciprocity, deep storage, and letting go: opportunities for designing interactions with inherited digital materials BIBFull-Text 31-34
  William Odom; Richard Banks; Dave Kirk
My uncle used to watch television BIBFull-Text 35-37
  Andrew Cyrus Smith

Design and usability

Six speaking chairs (not directly) for people who cannot speak BIBFull-Text 38-42
  Graham Pullin; Andrew Cook
Looking at accessibility as a design problem BIBFull-Text 43-45
  Dana Chisnell
Gestural interfaces: a step backward in usability BIBFull-Text 46-49
  Donald A. Norman; Jakob Nielsen

The politics of development

Not your average farmer: designing for lead users in ICT4D research BIBFull-Text 50-52
  Neil Patel

Forum: Timelines

Project SAGE, a half-century on BIBAKFull-Text 53-55
  John Leslie King
John Leslie King's interest in history was evident at the first CSCW conference in 1986. His review of 15 years of research with technology to support real-time collocated interaction, then called Group Decision Support Systems, revealed that we sometimes learn more slowly from experience than we could. In this article, he describes the little-known system that pioneered real-time human-computer interaction in the 1950s, created the computing profession, and trained hundreds of its earliest practitioners. -- Jonathan Grudin
Keywords: HCI History

The politics of development

Interacting with policy in a political world: reflections from the voices from the Rwanda Tribunal project BIBFull-Text 56-59
  Lisa P. Nathan; Batya Friedman

What is design?

All look same?: a comparison of experience design and service design BIBFull-Text 60-62
  Jodi Forlizzi
Building a user observatory: from ethnographic insights to effective recommendations BIBFull-Text 63-67
  Valérie Bauwens
Relying on failures in design research BIBFull-Text 68-69
  Nicolas Nova
Solving complex problems through design BIBFull-Text 70-73
  Steve Baty
The space of design BIBFull-Text 74-79
  Hugh Dubberly

Interactions Cafe

On academic knowledge production BIBFull-Text 80
  Jon Kolko

INTER 2010-11 Volume 17 Issue 6


Interactions BIBFull-Text 5
  Richard Anderson; Jon Kolko


Designing for solitude BIBFull-Text 6-9
  Ben Fullerton
Oh, beleaguered beauty BIBFull-Text 10-12
  José A. Martínez Salmerón
REALizing our messy futures: toward culturally responsive design tools in engaging our deeper dives BIBFull-Text 14-19
  Woodrow W., III Winchester

Opinion: Between the Lines

The taxonomy of the invisible: counting emerging urban forests BIBFull-Text 20-23
  Liz Danzico


Broadening horizons through information technology BIBFull-Text 24-26
  Lisa P. Nathan
Future workplaces to support environmental sustainability BIBFull-Text 27-28
  Bill Tomlinson

Forum: Sustainably Ours

The climate change habitability index BIBFull-Text 29-33
  Yue Pan; Chit Meng Cheong; Eli Blevis


Transforming healthcare infrastructure BIBFull-Text 34-40
  Dave Cronin
Design tools for base of the pyramid strategies BIBFull-Text 41-46
  Prasad Boradkar; Unmesh Kulkarni
Bodystorming as embodied designing BIBFull-Text 47-51
  Dennis Schleicher; Peter Jones; Oksana Kachur

Forum: Interacting with Public Policy

L'Administration électronique: the French approach to e-government BIBFull-Text 52-55
  Marco Winckler

Forum: Timelines

MCC's human interface laboratory: the promise and perils of long-term research BIBAKFull-Text 56-59
  Bill Curtis
Success famously has many parents, and SIGCHI is no exception. A strong paternity claim can be made by Bill Curtis, who garnered funding and organized ACM's sponsorship for the Gaithersburg conference in 1982, during which plans to form SIGCHI were announced. The successful and unexpectedly profitable Gaithersburg meeting provided the model for the first CHI conference, which convened in Boston in December 1983. In this column, Bill discusses his subsequent involvement with the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation. This research enterprise, largely forgotten today, was highly influential in the 1980s, hiring and providing visibility to HCI researchers, many of whom remain active. From 1986 to 1989, I was one of the occupants of that unusual building in Austin, Texas, where the fourth-floor management comprised mainly former intelligence-agency employees, while many researchers on the floors below were there in part to avoid working on Reagan-era Strategic Defense Initiative ("Star Wars") projects.
Keywords: HCI History

Opinion: The Way I See It

Looking back, looking forward BIBFull-Text 61-63
  Donald A. Norman

Forum: Under Development

Angst, and how to overcome it BIBFull-Text 64-66
  Gary Marsden


The hard work lies ahead (if you want it) BIBFull-Text 67-69
  Steve Portigal


Learning from John Rheinfrank: reflections on acquiring a design language BIBFull-Text 70-74
  Jon Freach

Forum: On Modeling

Ability-centered design: from static to adaptive worlds BIBFull-Text 75-79
  Shelley Evenson; Justin Rheinfrank; Hugh Dubberly

Interactions Cafe

On experiences, people, technology BIBFull-Text 80
  Jon Kolko