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Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT ’97

IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 14th–18th July 1997, Sydney, Australia

  • Steve Howard
  • Judy Hammond
  • Gitte Lindgaard

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Keynote and Invited Speakers

  3. Technical Sessions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 13-13
    2. Usability Case Studied

      1. Barbee Teasley, Jean Scholtz
        Pages 23-30
      2. Janet Wesson, Gideon de Kock, Peter Warren
        Pages 31-38
    3. Navigation

    4. Graphical User Interface Design

      1. Shumin Zhai, Julie Wright, Ted Selker, Sabra-Anne Kelin
        Pages 59-66
      2. Stefan Stille, Shailey Minocha, Rolf Ernst
        Pages 67-68
      3. Geoff Leach, Ghassan Al-Qaimari, Mark Grieve, Noel Jinks, Cameron McKay
        Pages 69-76
    5. Usability Studies

    6. Visual Interfaces

      1. Monique Noirhomme-Fraiture, Manuel Rouard
        Pages 100-101
      2. Takeo Igarashi, Sachiko Kawachiya, Satoshi Matsuoka, Hidehiko Tanaka
        Pages 104-111
    7. New Technologies

      1. Bill Simpson-Young, Ken Yap, Jordi Robert-Ribes, Nadine Ozkan
        Pages 112-113
      2. Tim Mansfield, Simon Kaplan, Ted Phelps, Mark Fitzpatrick, Winnie Qiu, Rik Taylor et al.
        Pages 114-116
      3. Duncan Stevenson, Kevin Smith, Paul Veldkamp, John McLaughlin, Rochelle O’Hagan, Dione Smith et al.
        Pages 117-118
    8. Panel Session

      1. Leigh Snelling, Lucy Suchman, Joan Greenbaum, Toni Robertson, Patsy Segall
        Pages 119-122
    9. Panel Session

      1. Nigel Bevan, Ian Curson
        Pages 123-125
    10. Task and Interaction Modelling I

    11. Organisation and Laboratory Overview

      1. Nigel Bevan
        Pages 142-143
      2. Gayna Williams, Marshall McClintock
        Pages 144-145
    12. Issues in Design I

      1. Alistair Sutcliffe, Michele Ryan
        Pages 148-155
      2. David Golightly, David J. Gilmore
        Pages 156-163
      3. Bob Fields, Peter Wright, Michae Harrison
        Pages 164-171
    13. HCI: Education and discipline

    14. Panel Session

    15. Designing Multimedia Interfaces

      1. Barbee Teasley, Keith Instone, Laura Marie Leventhal, Eric Brown
        Pages 197-204
      2. Frank Vetere, Steve Howard, Ying Leung
        Pages 205-211
      3. Kumiyo Nakakoji, Kouhei Suzuki, Nobuo Ohkura, Atsushi Aoki
        Pages 212-219
    16. Special Needs

      1. Helen Petrie, Valerie Johnson, Thomas Strothotte, Rainer Michel, Andreas Raab, Lars Reichert
        Pages 220-227
      2. Dimitrios I. Rigas, James L. Alty
        Pages 228-235
      3. Elizabeth D. Mynatt
        Pages 236-243
    17. Action Sequences and Undo

    18. At the editors’ request a further chapter, ‘Dealing with undo’, has been inserted as chapter 140

      1. Chunbo Zhou, Atsumi Imamiya
        Pages 252-259
    19. Evaluation

      1. Vanessa Evers, Donald Day
        Pages 260-267
      2. Randolph G. Bias
        Pages 268-269
      3. Andrew Howes, Stephen J. Payne, David Moffat
        Pages 270-277
    20. Supporting Navigation

      1. Peter Brusilovsky, John Eklund, Elmar Schwarz
        Pages 278-285

About this book

Introduction

The theme of the 1997 INTERACT conference, 'Discovering New Worlds ofHCI', signals major changes that are taking place with the expansion of new technologies into fresh areas of work and leisure throughout the world and new pervasive, powerful systems based on multimedia and the internet. HCI has a vital role to play in these new worlds, to ensure that people using the new technologies are empowered rather than subjugated to the technology that they increasingly have to use. In addition, outcomes from HCI research studies over the past 20 years are now finding their way into many organisations and helping to improve and enhance work practices. These factors have strongly influenced the INTERACT'97 Committee when creating the conference programme, with the result that, besides the more traditional HCI research and education focus found in previous INTERACT conferences, one strand of the 1997 conference has been devoted to industry and another to multimedia. The growth in the IFIP TCI3 committee itself reflects the expansion ofHCI into new worlds. Membership oflFIP TC13 has risen to now include representatives of 24 IFIP member country societies from many parts of the world. In 1997, IFIP TCl3 breaks new ground by holding its sixth INTERACT conference in the Asia-Pacific region. This is a significant departure from previous INTERACT conferences, that were all held in Europe, and is especially important for the Asia-Pacific region, as HCI expands beyond its traditional base.

Keywords

Interaction Interface computer human-computer interaction human-computer interaction (HCI)

Editors and affiliations

  • Steve Howard
    • 1
  • Judy Hammond
    • 2
  • Gitte Lindgaard
    • 3
  1. 1.Swinburne CHI LaboratorySwinburne University of TechnologyAustralia
  2. 2.School of Computing SciencesUniversity of TechnologySydneyAustralia
  3. 3.Gitte Lindgaard & AssociatesAustralia

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-35175-9
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1997
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4757-5437-7
  • Online ISBN 978-0-387-35175-9
  • Series Print ISSN 1868-4238
  • Series Online ISSN 1868-422X
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