2006

People and Computers XIX — The Bigger Picture

Proceedings of HCI 2005

ISBN: 978-1-84628-192-1 (Print) 978-1-84628-249-2 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. H — HCI at the Human Scale

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      Pages 1-1

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      “Looking At the Computer but Doing It On Land”: Children’s Interactions in a Tangible Programming Space

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      Pages 19-35

      The Usability of Digital Ink Technologies for Children and Teenagers

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      Pages 37-52

      PROTEUS: Artefact-driven Constructionist Assessment within Tablet PC-based Low-fidelity Prototyping

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      Pages 53-68

      The Reader Creates a Personal Meaning: A Comparative Study of Scenarios and Human-centred Stories

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      Pages 69-83

      What Difference Do Guidelines Make? An Observational Study of Online-questionnaire Design Guidelines Put to Practical Use

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      Pages 85-100

      Designing Interactive Systems in Context: From Prototype to Deployment

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      Pages 101-111

      Using Context Awareness to Enhance Visitor Engagement in a Gallery Space

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      Pages 113-129

      Engagement with an Interactive Museum Exhibit

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      Pages 131-147

      User Needs in e-Government: Conducting Policy Analysis with Models-on-the-Web

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      Pages 149-165

      Fit for Purpose Evaluation: The Case of a Public Information Kiosk for the Socially Disadvantaged

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      Pages 167-182

      A Visuo-Biometric Authentication Mechanism for Older Users

  2. C — HCI in the Greater Cultural Context

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 183-183

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      Pages 185-199

      A Computer Science HCI Course

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      Pages 201-217

      Use and Usefulness of HCI Methods: Results from an Exploratory Study among Nordic HCI Practitioners

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      Pages 219-232

      Building Usability in India: Reflections from the Indo-European Systems Usability Partnership

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      Pages 233-250

      Visualizing the Evolution of HCI

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      Pages 251-265

      “I thought it was terrible and everyone else loved it” — A New Perspective for Effective Recommender System Design

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      Pages 267-284

      Rich Media, Poor Judgement? A Study of Media Effects on Users’ Trust in Expertise

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      Pages 285-299

      Cultural Representations in Web Design: Differences in Emotions and Values

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      Pages 301-316

      Interaction Design for Countries with a Traditional Culture: A Comparative Study of Income Levels and Cultural Values

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      Pages 317-333

      Researching Culture and Usability — A Conceptual Model of Usability

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