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People and Computers XVII - Designing for Society : Proceedings of HCI 2003 : BCS Conference Series - Philippe Palanque

People and Computers XVII - Designing for Society : Proceedings of HCI 2003

BCS Conference Series

By: Philippe Palanque (Editor), Eamonn P. O'Neill (Editor), Peter Johnson (Editor)

Paperback ISBN: 9781852337667
Number Of Pages: 418

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This volume contains the full papers presented at HCI 2003, the 17thAnnual Conference of the British HCI Group, a specialist group of theBritish Computer Society.

Understanding Task Grouping Strategiesp. 3
Two Phenomenological Studies of Placep. 21
The Interaction Character of Computers in Co-located Collaborationp. 37
How Knowledge Workers Gather Information from the Web: Implications for Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Toolsp. 55
Evaluation of a Prototype Interface for Structured Document Retrievalp. 73
Comparing Speed-dependent Automatic Zooming with Traditional Scroll, Pan and Zoom Methodsp. 87
The Application of Urban Design Principles to Navigation of Information Spacesp. 105
A Method for Organizational Culture Analysis as a Basis for the Implementation of User-Centred Design into Organizationsp. 127
Changing Analysis' Tunes: The Surprising Impact of a New Instrument for Usability Inspection Method Assessmentp. 145
Ontological Sketch Models: Highlighting User-System Misfitsp. 163
Improving the Acquisition of Small Targetsp. 181
A Directional Stroke Recognition Technique for Mobile Interaction in a Pervasive Computing Worldp. 197
Look or Listen: Discovering Effective Techniques for Accessing Speech Datap. 207
Social and Cultural Obstacles to the (B2C) E-Commerce Experiencep. 225
Trust at First Sight? A Test of Users' Ability to Identify Trustworthy E-commerce Sitesp. 243
MovieLens Unplugged: Experiences with a Recommender System on Four Mobile Devicesp. 263
Effective Web-Searching on Mobile Devicesp. 281
M-RSVP: Mobile Web Browsing on a PDAp. 297
Fancy Graphics Can Deter Older Users: A Comparison of Two Interfaces for Exploring Healthy Lifestyle Optionsp. 315
Towards VoiceXML Dialogue Design for Older Adultsp. 327
Web Touch: An Audio-tactile Browser for Visually Handicapped Peoplep. 339
Two Falls out of Three in the Automated Accessibility Assessment of World Wide Web Sites: A-Prompt vs. Bobbyp. 349
Expressive Image Generator for an Emotion Extraction Enginep. 367
An Exploration of Facial Expression Tracking in Affective HClp. 383
Could I have the Menu Please? An Eye Tracking Study of Design Conventionsp. 401
Author Indexp. 415
Keyword Indexp. 417
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ISBN: 9781852337667
ISBN-10: 1852337664
Series: BCS Conference Series
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 418
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.26
Weight (kg): 0.61