article review - 'When Users Do and Don't Rely on Icon Shape'

Article title: When Users Do and Don’t Rely on Icon Shape Author: Jackie Moyes Publication: Conference companion of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Year of publication: 1994 In this CHI ’94 short paper, the author explores when users rely on icon shape. The test combines two earlier works. Kaptelinin showed that,…

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article review - 'Understanding Memory Triggers for Task Tracking'

Article title: Understanding Memory Triggers for Task Tracking’ Authors: AJ Bernheim Brush, Brian R. Meyers, Desney S. Tan, Mary Czerwinski Publication: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Year of publication: 2007 In this CHI ’07 short paper, the authors discuss a field study aimed at understanding how participants use memory triggers to write…

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pictures from CHI 2007

For those of you who attended CHI 2007, especially the Microsoft reception on Wednesday night, check out the Microsoft UX Space. There’s lots of pictures from the whole event. If you’re interested in the UX positions in MacBU, email me soon! I heard that there was someone who wanted to meet me on Wednesday night…

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CHI2007

Anyone else going to CHI next week? I’ve got a huge list of the sessions that look the most interesting to me, and I’m immensely looking forward to it.

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article review - The Design of a GUI Paradigm Based on Tablets, Two-Hands, and Transparency

Article title: The Design of a GUI Paradigm Based on Tablets, Two-Hands, and Transparency Authors: Gordon Kurtenbach, George Fitzmaurice, Thomas Baudel, Bill Buxton Publication: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Year of publication: 1997 In this CHI ’97 paper, the authors discuss a two-handed GUI paradigm based on using two…

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