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CS547. Human-Computer Interaction Seminar

Previous talks available on YouTube: 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11.

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March 14, 2014
Lilly Irani, UCSD
Centering the Humans in Human Computation

March 7, 2014
Ken Koedinger, CMU
Using big data to discover tacit knowledge and improve learning

February 28, 2014
Mira Dontcheva, Adobe Research
Lowering the Barriers to Learning Complex Visual Design Tools

February 21, 2014
Paul Dourish, UCI
Reconfiguring sociomateriality: an ethnographic investigation of robotic deep space science

February 14, 2014
Hadley Wickham, Rice University
Expressing yourself in R

February 7, 2014
Helena Roeber,
User-Centered Design Innovation

January 31, 2014
Camille Utterback, Stanford University
From Falling Text to Custom Glass - Adventures in Interactive Art

January 24, 2014
Scott Klemmer, UCSD
Design at Large

January 17, 2014
Karl Willis, Autodesk Research
3D Printed Optics: Visible and Beyond

January 10, 2014
Kate Finn and Jeff Johnson, Wiser Usability
Designing for Older Adults: Usability Considerations for Real Users

December 6, 2013
Aleksandra Sarcevic, Drexel University
Supporting Fast-Response Medical Teams through Interactive Information Displays

November 22, 2013
Daniel Wigdor, University of Toronto
Zero-Latency Interfaces: Why we Care, How We're Building Them

November 15, 2013
Brian Bailey, UIUC
Design Thinking Tools for the Individual, Group and Community

November 8, 2013
Karim Lakhani, Harvard
Cumulative Innovation & Open Disclosure of Intermediate Results: Evidence from a Policy Experiment in Bioinformatics

November 1, 2013
Jeff Atwood, StackOverflow / Discourse
Building Social (and Discussion) Software for the Anti-Social

October 25, 2013
Marc Downie, OpenEndedGroup
Fieldwork: Digital Art as inquiry in the open studio

October 18, 2013
Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research
Beyond Flat Displays: Interactivity on Any Surface

October 11, 2013
Dan Cosley, Cornell
Big data as both a window and a mirror

October 4, 2013
Mike Cafarella, University of Michigan
Semiautomatic Spreadsheet Extraction

September 27, 2013
Genevieve Bell, Intel
Magical thinking: fear, wonder & technology

May 31, 2013
Nicolas Kokkalis, Stanford University
Managing Personal Information with Private, Accountable Crowdsourcing

May 24, 2013
Ranjitha Kumar, Stanford University
Design Mining the Web

May 17, 2013
Jesse Cirimele, Stanford University
Dynamic Procedure Aids Support Rapid Assimilation of Information

May 10, 2013
Daniela Rosner, Stanford STS & UW Human-Centered Design and Engineering
Modern Craft: Locating the Material in a Digital Age

May 3, 2013
Josh Tyler, Suitable Technologies
Beam Yourself Anywhere: The Research and Development of Remote Presence Technology

April 26, 2013
Terry Winograd, Stanford University
Filling in the H in CHI

April 19, 2013
DJ Patil, Greylock Partners
The things I wish I knew - lessons learned from making data product

April 12, 2013
Leslie Wu, Stanford University
Medical Checklists, Crisis Attention and Interactive Cognitive Aids

April 5, 2013
Dan Morris and Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research
"What Medicine and HCI Can Learn from Each Other" and "Microblog Credibility Perceptions"

March 15, 2013
Polo Chau, Georgia Tech
Data Mining Meets HCI: Making Sense of Large Graphs

March 8, 2013
Michael Bernstein, Stanford University
Crowds, networks, and data as catalysts for interactive systems

March 1, 2013
Tapan Parikh, UC Berkeley
Representation Technologies

February 22, 2013
Amy Jo Kim, Shufflebrain
Collaboration & Collective Action the next wave of social gaming

February 15, 2013
Kim Rees, Periscopic
Living, Breathing Data

February 8, 2013
Elizabeth Losh, UC San Diego
Designing the Digital University: Telepresence, Ubiquity, and Mess

February 1, 2013
Bret Victor,
Drawing Dynamic Visualizations

January 25, 2013
Sean Munson, University of Washington
Exposure to Political Diversity Online

January 18, 2013
Brenda Laurel,
Crossing Boundaries: Travels between Technology and the Humanities

January 11, 2013
Jure Leskovec, Stanford University
How users evaluate things and each other in social media

December 7, 2012
Jofish Kaye, Yahoo!
Comfortable, Communal and Creative Computing

November 30, 2012
Neema Moraveji, Stanford University
Designing Calming Technology

November 16, 2012
James Landay, University of Washington
Balancing Design and Technology to Tackle Global Grand Challenges

November 9, 2012
Eric Paulos, UC Berkeley
Hybrid Assemblages, Environments, and Happenings: Technologies and Strategies for an Emerging Participatory Culture

November 2, 2012
Balaji Prabhakar, Stanford University
It pays to do the right thing: Incentive mechanisms for Societal Networks

October 26, 2012
Panos Ipeirotis, NYU Stern
Crowdsourcing: Achieving Data Quality with Impefect Humans

October 19, 2012
Bill Griswold, UC San Diego
CitiSense - Always-on Participatory Sensing for Air Quality

October 5, 2012
Kate Starbird, University of Washington
Crowds, Crisis and Convergence: Unpacking "Crowdsourcing" in the Context of Disaster

September 28, 2012
Scott Snibbe, Snibbe Interactive
Interactivity as a Medium

June 1, 2012
Tovi Grossman, Autodesk Research
Understanding and Improving the Learnability of Software Applications

May 25, 2012
Anthony LaMarca, Intel Research
The Growth of Sensing and Sensemaking and the Resulting Challenges and Opportunities for HCI

May 18, 2012
Bjorn Hartmann, UC Berkeley
Feedback, Monitoring, and Free Snacks: Management Techniques for Crowd Work

May 11, 2012
Sudheendra Hangal, Stanford Computer Science
Putting Personal Digital Archives to Work

May 4, 2012
David Karger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Creating User Interfaces that Entice People to Manage Better Information

April 27, 2012
Austin Henderson, Jeff Johnson, Rivendel
Conceptual Models: Core to good design

April 20, 2012
Chris Harrison, Carnegie Mellon University
The Skintillating Possibilities of On-Body Computing

April 13, 2012
Win Burleson, Arizona State University
Motivational Environments and Personalized Cyberlearning

April 6, 2012
Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School
Inner Work Life, Performance, and Managerial Action

March 16, 2012
Adrien Treuille, Carnegie Mellon University
Next-generation Citizen Science

March 9, 2012
Judd Antin, Yahoo
Motivation in the Age of Online Participation

March 2, 2012
Dan Weld, University of Washington
Human Intelligence Needs Artificial Intelligence

February 24, 2012
Dan Schwartz, Stanford School of Education
An unexpected place for HCI to improve education: Tests.

February 17, 2012
Deborah Tatar, Computer Science at Virginia Tech
Microcoordination: a lens for studying the design of collaborative phenomena

February 10, 2012
Celine Latulipe, UNC Charlotte
Expressive Interaction and the Evaluation of Creativity Support

February 3, 2012
Johnny Lee, Google
Interface Technologies That Have Not Yet Left the Lab

January 27, 2012
Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research
What Do People Ask Their Social Networks, and Why? Exploring the Complementary Roles of Social Networks and Search Engines.

January 20, 2012
Daniel Russell, Google
Sensemaking III: What people do NOW to search-for and organize complex information.

January 13, 2012
David Stork, Rambus Labs
Computer vision in the study of art: New rigorous approaches to the study of paintings and drawings

December 9, 2011
Chuck Clanton, Jon Fox, Aratar
Interactive Body Gestures for Public Multiplayer Games and Toys

December 2, 2011
Tom Mullaney, Stanford Dept. of History
From the Chinese Typewriter to Silicon Valley

November 18, 2011
Wendy Mackay, INRIA/Stanford
Enhancing Creativity with Interactive Paper

November 11, 2011
Warren Sack, University of California, Santa Cruz
Peer to PCAST: What does open video have to do with open government?

November 4, 2011
Steve Benford, School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham
Trajectories Through Extended User Experiences

October 28, 2011
Daniel Fallman, Umea University, Sweden
The New Good: Designing Engaging Information Technology

October 21, 2011
Andruid Kerne, Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University; Interface Ecology Lab
Human-Centered Computing for Creativity and Expression

October 14, 2011
Paul (Whitmore) Sas, E*TRADE, XpcXpts
Interaction Design for the Quantified Self

October 7, 2011
Lada Adamic, University of Michigan
To friend and to trust: eliciting truthful and useful ratings online

September 30, 2011
Ed Cutrell, Development at Microsoft Research India
Natural Interactions & Computing for Global Development at Microsoft Research India

May 27, 2011
Jacob Wobbrock, University of Washington
Back to Basics: Making Pointing Accessible

May 20, 2011
Nathan Shedroff, Chris Noessel, California College of the Arts
Make it So

May 13, 2011
Neil Patel, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
Sharing Information in Rural Communities Through Voice Interaction

May 6, 2011
Eric Gilbert, College of Computing, Georgia Tech
Social Media Research, Live on the Web

April 29, 2011
Jeremy Bailenson, Department of Communication, Stanford University
Infinite Reality: Avatars, Eternal Life, New Worlds, and the Dawn of the Virtual Revolution

April 22, 2011
Pam Hinds, Stanford Department of Management Science and Engineering
Deepening Relational Coordination: Why Site Visits Matter in Global Work

April 15, 2011
Seth Raphael, Magic Seth
Human-Computer Telepathy, and Other Illusions

April 8, 2011
Don Norman, Segal Design Institute, Northwestern University
Living with Complexity

April 1, 2011
Thad Starner, College of Computing, Georgia Tech
Wearable Computing: Assimilating the Next Generation of 'Borg

March 11, 2011
Elizabeth Gerber, Segal Design Institute, Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University
Technology that Motivates Creative Action

March 4, 2011
Susan Wyche, Computing Innovation Fellow at Virginia Tech's Center for Human-Computer Interaction
Transnational Design: Exploring the Local and the Global in HCI

February 25, 2011
Yvonne Rogers, Open University
Designing in the Wild

February 18, 2011
Mike Frank, Psychology, Stanford
Numbers as tools for thinking: cross-cultural studies of numerical representations and routines

February 11, 2011
Ed Chi, Google Research
Building Social Recommenders for Delicious and Twitter

February 4, 2011
Niki Kittur, HCI Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Combining Minds: Making Sense of Information Together

January 28, 2011
Dan Jurafsky, Departments of Linguistics and Computer Science, Stanford University
It's Not You, It's Me: Automatically Extracting Social Meaning from Speed Dates

January 21, 2011
David Ayman Shamma, Internet Experiences Group, Yahoo! Research
Staying together: Understanding People and Media in Synchronous Connected Systems

January 14, 2011
Fred Turner, Department of Communication, Stanford University
Burning Man at Google: A Cultural Infrastructure for New Media Production?

January 7, 2011
Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center
"Progressive User Interfaces" and the journey of research, design, and development of touch screen gesture keyboard

December 3, 2010
Aaron Koblin, Google Creative Lab
Data+Art

November 19, 2010
Leila Takayama, Willow Garage
Interacting with and through personal robots

November 12, 2010
Paulo Blikstein, Stanford School of Education, Transformative Technologies Lab
One Fabrication Lab per Child: The Ultimate Construction Kit

October 29, 2010
Tico Ballagas, Nokia Research
Story Time for The 21st Century: Supporting Distant Family Communication

October 22, 2010
Monica Lam, Stanford Computer Science
Open Mobile and Social Computing

October 15, 2010
Gregory Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology
Computing and Autism: A role for technology and technologists

October 8, 2010
Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards
Designing with the mind in mind: The Psychological Basis for UI Design Rules

October 1, 2010
Robert Sutton, Stanford Management Science and Engineering
Good Boss, Bad Boss

September 24, 2010
David Nguyen, Accenture
Changing Delivery Models of a Consulting Firm through Collaboration Technology

May 28, 2010
Joel Brandt, HCI Group, Stanford University
Redesigning the Programming Experience: Understanding and Supporting Developers in the Age of the Web

May 21, 2010
Jodi Forlizzi, HCI Institute and School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University
Interdisciplinary Design for Services, Systems, and Beyond

May 14, 2010
S. Joy Mountford, Osher Fellow at Exploratorium
Data in our Creative Lives

May 7, 2010
David Kirsh, Professor of Cognitive Science, UC San Diego
How We Think with Bodies and Things

April 30, 2010
Mitch Resnick, Media Lab at MIT
Lifelong Kindergarten: Design, Play, Share, Learn

April 23, 2010
Ed Catmull, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios
Recognizing and Addressing Blocks to Creativity

April 16, 2010
Harold G. Nelson, School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University
Designing stuff: lame gods in the service of prosthetic gods

April 9, 2010
Larry Leifer, Stanford's Center for Design Research
Dancing with Ambiguity: design thinking in theory and practice

April 2, 2010
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
The Green Machine: Combining Information Design with Persuasion Design to Promote Eco-Action

March 12, 2010
Timothy Bickmore, Northeastern University
Anthropomorphic Interfaces for the Underserved

March 5, 2010
Michael Naimark, USC School of Cinematic Arts
Representing Earth

February 26, 2010
Peggy Weil, California College of the Arts
Interactive Art and Social Meaning

February 19, 2010
Rajat Paharia, Bunchball
Driving User Behavior with Game Dynamics and Behavioral Economics

February 12, 2010
Leighton Read, Seriosity Inc. and Alloy Ventures
Total Engagement: How multiplayer games will change the future of work

February 5, 2010
Mike Cohen, Maryam Kamvar Garrett, Google
Speaking versus Typing

January 29, 2010
Adrian Freed, UC Berkeley Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT)
The Anti-ergonomy of Instruments of Interaction

January 22, 2010
Vik Singh, Sutter Hill Ventures
Following #Twitter

January 15, 2010
Steven Dow, Stanford HCI Group
How Prototyping Practices Affect Design Results

January 8, 2010
Kim Goodwin, Cooper Design
Designing a Unified Experience: Bringing Interaction, Visual, and Industrial Design Together

December 4, 2009
Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research
The Web Changes Everything: How Dynamic Content Affects the Way People Find Online

November 20, 2009
Shwetak Patel, University of Washington CS
Enabling Practical Ubiquity

November 13, 2009
Hamid Aghajan, Stanford Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Human-centered Vision Systems: Ideas for enabling Ambient Intelligence and serving Social Networks

November 6, 2009
Marc Levoy, Stanford Graphics Group
Computational photography and the Stanford Frankencamera

October 30, 2009
Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley School of Information
Why Is the Google Book Search Settlement So Controversial?

October 23, 2009
Barbara Tversky, Columbia Teachers College and Stanford University
Segmenting and Connecting: From Event Perception to Comics

October 16, 2009
Stephen E. Palmer, Psychology Department and Cognitive Science Program, UC Berkeley
Aesthetic Science of Color: WAVEs of Color, Culture, Music, and Emotion

October 9, 2009
Ras Bodik, UC Berkeley
Synthesizing Programs from Programmer Insight

October 2, 2009
David Akers, Stanford CS
Backtracking Events as Indicators of Software Usability Problems

September 25, 2009
Lukas Biewald, Dolores Labs
Crowdsourcing Work

May 29, 2009
Robert E. Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University
Designing Online Communities from Theory

May 22, 2009
Will Wright, Maxis / Electronic Arts
Launching Creative Communities: Lessons from the Spore community experience

May 15, 2009
Scott Snibbe, Sona Research and Snibbe Interactive Inc
Social Immersive Media

May 8, 2009
Dan Siroker, Obama Campaign and CarrotSticks
How We Used Data to Win the Presidential Election

May 1, 2009
Gary Olson, Judy Olson, UC Irvine
What Still Matters about Distance?

April 24, 2009
Jim Campbell, Electronic Artist
Far Away Up Close

April 17, 2009
Alex Payne, Twitter
The Interaction Design of APIs

April 10, 2009
Clara Shih, Salesforce.com
Social Enterprise Software Design

April 3, 2009
John Lilly, Mike Beltzner, Mozilla Foundation
Firefox, Mozilla & Open Source -- Software Design at Scale

March 13, 2009
Barry Brown, Department of Communication, University of California San Diego
Experts at Play

March 6, 2009
Jeffrey Heer, Stanford Computer Science (HCI)
A Brief History of Data Visualization

February 27, 2009
Sep Kamvar, Stanford Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
We Feel Fine and I Want You To Want Me: Case Studies in Internet Sociology

February 20, 2009
Michal Migurski, Tom Carden, Stamen Design
Not Invented Here: Online Mapping Unraveled

February 13, 2009
Vladlen Koltun, Stanford Computer Science
Computer Graphics as a Telecommunication Medium

February 6, 2009
Björn Hartmann, Stanford HCI Group
Enlightened Trial and Error - Gaining Design Insight Through New Prototyping Tools

January 30, 2009
Bobby Fishkin, Reframe It
Social Annotation, Contextual Collaboration and Online Transparency: A history of the past and future of social annotation in printed books and on the web

January 23, 2009
Dan Saffer, Kicker Studio
Tap is the New Click

January 16, 2009
Hayes Raffle, Nokia Research
Sculpting Behavior - Developing a tangible language for hands-on play and learning

January 9, 2009
Todd Mowry, Carnegie Mellon University
Pario: the Next Step Beyond Audio and Video

December 5, 2008
Jaroslaw Kapuscinski, Stanford Dept. of Music
Catch the Tiger! Composing with Sounds and Images

November 21, 2008
Sergi Jordà, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
Exploring the Synergy between Live Music Performance and Tabletop Tangible Interfaces: the Reactable

November 14, 2008
Gail Wight, Stanford Art Dept.
Unreasonable Interactions

November 7, 2008
Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research
SearchTogether and CoSearch: New Tools for Enabling Collaborative Web Search

October 31, 2008
Justine Cassell, Northwestern University
Building Theories: People's Interaction with Computers

October 24, 2008
Peter Pirolli, PARC
Information Foraging Theory

October 17, 2008
Jesse James Garrett, Adaptive Path
Aurora: Envisioning the Future of the Web

October 10, 2008
Karrie Karahalios, University of Illinois
Visualizing Voice

October 3, 2008
David Merrill, MIT Media Lab
Natural Interactions with Digital Content

September 26, 2008
Tristan Harris, Apture
New models for browsing

May 30, 2008
Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab
The Art of Tangible Bits

May 23, 2008
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Science 2.0: The Design Science of Collaboration

May 16, 2008
Rob Miller, MIT CSAIL
Automating & Customizing the Web With Keyword Programming

May 9, 2008
Dan Morris, Microsoft Research
MySong: Automatic Accompaniment for Vocal Melodies

May 2, 2008
Krzysztof Gajos, University of Washington
Automatically Generating Personalized Adaptive User Interfaces

April 25, 2008
Leah Buechley, University of Colorado
Computational Textiles and the Democratization of Ubiquitous Computing

April 18, 2008
Steve Whittaker, UKPARC, University of Sheffield
The Past Present and Future of Digital Memories

April 11, 2008
Gwendolyn Floyd, Joshua Kauffman, REGIONAL
Designing for Cuba: necessary in(ter)vention

April 4, 2008
Beth Noveck, Microsoft Research
Technologies for collaborative democracy

March 14, 2008
Mira Dontcheva, University of Washington and Adobe
Interaction Techniques for Automating Collecting and Organizing Personal Web Content

March 7, 2008
Golan Levin, Carnegie Mellon University
Looking at Looking at Looking

February 29, 2008
Elaine Chew, Alexandre François, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, University of Southern California
Analytical Listening through Interactive Visualization

February 22, 2008
Daniel Fallman, University of Umeå
Supporting Studio Culture in Interaction Design Research

February 15, 2008
S. Joy Mountford, Yahoo!
Visualizations and Ambient Interfaces

February 8, 2008
Kurt Partridge, Ellen Isaacs, PARC
User Interaction With a Personalized Mobile Recommender of Leisure Activities

February 1, 2008
Fernanda Viégas, Martin Wattenberg, IBM Research
Many Eyes: Democratizing Visualization

January 25, 2008
Ronny Kohavi, Microsoft
Practical Guide to Controlled Experiments on the Web: Listen to Your Customers not to the HiPPO

January 18, 2008
Dan Russell, Google
How good Google searchers get to be that way

January 11, 2008
Doantam Phan, Stanford HCI
Supporting the Visualization and Analysis of Network Events

December 7, 2007
Brian Lee, Stanford HCI
Adaptive Interaction Techniques for Sharing and Reusing Design Resources

November 30, 2007
Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
Context Aware Computing: Understanding and Responding to Human Intention

November 16, 2007
Ge Wang, CCRMA, Stanford University
"ChucK: A Computer Music Programming Language, Designing Instruments for Laptop Orchestras"

November 9, 2007
Monty Hammontree, Director of User Experience Microsoft Developer Products Division
Data Modeling and Conceptual Sketching in the Design Process at Microsoft

November 2, 2007
Cathy Marshall, Microsoft Research
‘It’s like a fire. You just have to move on’: Toward adaptive services for personal archiving

October 26, 2007
Paul Tang, M.D., M.S, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Designing a Health Care Interface

October 19, 2007
Ed Chi, Palo Alto Research Center
Research meets Web2.0: Augmented Social Cognition sheds light on Coordination, Trust, Wikipedia, and Social Tagging

October 12, 2007
Paul Dourish, Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine
The Accountability of Presence: Location Tracking beyond Privacy

October 5, 2007
Ron B. Yeh, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
Designing Interactions that Combine Pen, Paper, and PC

September 28, 2007
Brad Myers, Human Computer Interaction Institute, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
More Natural Programming Through User Studies

June 1, 2007
Bill Buxton, Microsoft Research
Sketching and Experience Design

May 25, 2007
Joe Britt, Danger Inc.
Building the Danger Hiptop: Striking the Right Balance for a New Mobile Internet Platform

May 18, 2007
Wendy Ju, Stanford Center for Design Research
The Design of Implicit Interactions

May 11, 2007
Ken Goldberg, IEOR and EECS, UC Berkeley
Collaborative Observatories for Natural Environments: Searching for the Ivory Billed Woodpecker and other Elusive Creatures

May 4, 2007
Ron Baecker, University of Toronto
Knowledge Media to Aid Multimedia Communications and Human Cognition

April 27, 2007
Joseph (Jofish) Kaye, Cornell Univ.
Evolving Evaluation from Engineers to Experience: What History can Teach us About Evaluation in HCI

April 20, 2007
Elizabeth F Churchill, Yahoo! Research
Social perturbations and posited practices: looking at prototypes as more than immature proto-products

April 13, 2007
Manu Kumar, Stanford Computer Science - HCI Group
GUIDE: Gaze-Enhanced User Interface Design

April 6, 2007
Brian P. Bailey, University of Illinois Urbana Champlaign
Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach to Intelligent Interruption Management

March 16, 2007
Adam Barker, Google
Google Design in Practice: the Challenge of Simplicity

March 9, 2007
Maneesh Agrawala, UC Berkeley Computer Science
Interactive Diagrams of Complex 3D Objects

March 2, 2007
Katherine Isbister, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Better Game Characters by Design: A Psychological Approach

February 23, 2007
Scott Jenson, Google
Why Phones are not Computers

February 16, 2007
Tina Blaine, Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie-Mellon University
Designing Interfaces for Musical Experience

February 9, 2007
Don Norman, Northwestern Univ. and Nielsen-Norman Group
The Design of Future Things: Cautious Cars and Cantankerous Kitchens

February 2, 2007
Bill Moggridge, Stanford Design Division and IDEO
Designing Interactions

January 26, 2007
Bonnie John, HCI Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University
Usability and Software Architecture: The forgotten quality attribute and the forgotten design problem

January 19, 2007
Harold Thimbleby, University of Swansea
Problems and solutions with "simple" interactive devices

January 12, 2007
Byron Reeves, Stanford Dept. of Communication
Psychological Engagement in Complex Multiplayer Games and Implications for Learning and Work

December 8, 2006
Tessa Lau, Allen Cypher, IBM Almaden Research
Koala: End user programming on the web

December 1, 2006
Eric Brewer, UC Berkeley
Technology for Developing Regions

November 17, 2006
Gayna Williams, Microsoft
Innovation on User Research Methods during the development of Windows Vista

November 10, 2006
Jeff Pierce, IBM Almaden Research
From Personal Computers to Personal Information Environments

November 3, 2006
John Zimmerman, HCI Institute and School of Design, CMU
Designing for the Self

October 27, 2006
Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research
Sensing Technologies for Future Computing Form Factors

October 20, 2006
Michael Mateas, UC Santa Cruz
Expressive Intelligence: Artificial Intelligence, Games and New Media

October 13, 2006
Marc A. Smith, Microsoft Research
Microsoft Research Community Technologies Group: Recent work

October 6, 2006
Joe McKay, Greg Niemeyer, UC Berkeley
Finding Balance: Addressing Cognitive Dissonances through Play

September 29, 2006
Wanda Orlikowski, MIT Sloan School
Sociomaterial Practices: Exploring Technology at Work

June 26, 2006
Karen Holtzblatt, InContext Design
Contextual Design: Lessons Learned and Industry Directions

May 26, 2006
Mark J. Abel, Intel Platform Software Division
Translating Usage into Technology

May 19, 2006
Gillian Crampton Smith, IVREA/IUAV Venice
From material to immaterial and back again

May 12, 2006
Munjal Shah, Riya
The next generation of photo search

May 5, 2006
Beth Noveck, New York Law School
Designing Digital Democratic Institutions: Legal Code Meets Software Code

April 28, 2006
Gordon Bell, Microsoft Research
MyLifeBits, a System to Realize Memex…and more

April 21, 2006
Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research
(Rapidly) Emerging Technologies and Knowledge Management

April 14, 2006
Péter Pál Boda, Nokia Research
Contextual multimodal interfaces and device-centric sensory networks

April 7, 2006
Saadi Lahlou, EDF
Back from the office of the future: Lessons learned for the design of augmented environments

March 17, 2006
Daniel Billsus, Laurent Denoue, David Hilbert, FXPal
Seamless capture and discovery for corporate memory

March 10, 2006
Dan Russell, Google
How do Google searchers behave? Improving search by divining intent

March 3, 2006
Jan Jannink, imeem
HCI Considerations for Managing Social Media

February 24, 2006
Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab
Tangible Bits: Beyond Painted Bits

February 17, 2006
Charles Jorgensen, NASA Ames
Subvocal Speech and the Development of Biological Interfaces

February 10, 2006
Tapan Parikh, University of Washington
Technologies for Communities: Managing Information from the Grassroots

February 2, 2006
Mik Lamming, Firefly Labs
Fireflies: An apparatus for continuously sensing human activities

January 27, 2006
Julie Larson-Green, Microsoft
Moving Beyond Menus and Toolbars in Microsoft Office

January 20, 2006
Todd Davies, Stanford Symbolic Systems Program
Designing for Deliberation

January 13, 2006
Jock Mackinlay, Chris Stolte, Tableau Software
Visual Interfaces for Databases

December 9, 2005
Adam Cheyer, SRI
CALO: A Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes

December 2, 2005
Jim Hollan, Department of Cognitive Science, UCSD
Opportunities and Challenges for HCI Design and Research

November 18, 2005
Blake Ross, Asa Dotzler, Mozilla Foundation
Creating Simple Software in a Geek-driven Culture

November 11, 2005
Genevieve Bell, Intel
The Digital and the Divine: a Critical Exploration of the Intersections of Spiritual Practice and New Technologies

November 4, 2005
Prof. Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT Media Lab
Social Interface

October 28, 2005
Mattias Rost, Johan Lundin, Viktoria Institute
Context Photography and Talking About Work

October 21, 2005
Larry Gonick, Overeducated Cartoonist
The Cartoon Universe of Larry Gonick: Words, Pictures, and Information

October 14, 2005
Jeffrey Heer, UC Berkeley
Presiding Over Accidents: Techniques for Designing Directive Interfaces

October 7, 2005
Luke Kowalski, Corporate Ui Architect, Oracle Corp
Administrators Anonymous - UCD, TCO, LCM, and other interventions

September 30, 2005
Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research
Making Sense on Small Screens

May 27, 2005
Paul Braund, World Bank Institute
Pilot projects from around the world: The edge of the network society

May 20, 2005
Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
Context-Aware Computing: A World That Knows What To Do For You

May 13, 2005
Elaine Chew, USC Integrated Media Systems Center
Collaborative Performance Experiments in the Distributed Immersive Performance Project

May 6, 2005
Ahmad Mansur, Zeum
Interaction and Exhibit Design in Museums

April 29, 2005
Bill Tomlinson, UC Irvine
Affective Interaction Paradigms for Animated Characters

April 22, 2005
Tom Moran, IBM Almaden Research Center
Unified Activity as a Paradigm for Supporting Collaboration

April 15, 2005
Victoria Bellotti,
What a To-Do: Studies of Task Management Towards the Design of a Personal Task List Manager

April 8, 2005
Younghee Jung, Per Persson, Nokia Corporation
Mobile social computing: From research to product

April 1, 2005
Thad. Starner, Georgia Tech
Interfaces for Augmenting Face-to-Face Conversation Using Wearable Computers

March 11, 2005
Milton Chen, Erica Chuang, VSee Lab
How to Change the World and be Home for Dinner: The art, science, and myths of videoconferencing

March 4, 2005
Gaile Gordon, John Woodfill, Tyzx Inc.
Networks of Smart 3D sensors

February 25, 2005
Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley
Networked Robots

February 18, 2005
Asaf Degani, Nasa AMES Research
Taming HAL

February 11, 2005
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
12 Myths of Mobile User-Interface Design

February 4, 2005
Danah Boyd, UC Berkeley SIMS
Revenge of the Social Network: Lessons from Friendster

January 28, 2005
Margaret Morris, Intel Research Seattle
Embedded Health Assessment

January 21, 2005
Ian Smith, Intel Research Seattle
Social Mobile Applications, Location Privacy, and the capital of Nevada

January 14, 2005
Tessa Lau, IBM T.J. Watson Research
Adaptive User Interfaces: Design Challenges for HCI

January 7, 2005
Meredith Ringel Morris, Stanford CS Dept.
Tabletop Interfaces

December 3, 2004
Eric Paulos, Intel Berkeley Lab
Trash Talk: Deconstructing Situations across our Emerging Technological Urban Landscape

November 19, 2004
James Landay, Intel Research Seattle & University of Washington
Digital Simplicity: Usable Personal Ubicomp

November 12, 2004
Michael Shiloh, Making Things
Teleo: Rapid Prototyping Toolkit

November 5, 2004
Mark Newman, PARC
End-User Composition in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

October 29, 2004
Jason Tester, Institute for the Future
Accelerated Democracy: Scenarios from the future of technological voting

October 22, 2004
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
High Performance Pen Interfaces

October 15, 2004
Scott Snibbe,
Body, Space and Cinema

October 8, 2004
Scott Kim, Designer, scottkim.com
Paper, Plastic, or Playstation? Adapting a game to a wide range of technologies

September 1, 2004
Amy Jo 'AJ' Kim, Principal, SocialDesigner.Net
The Network is the Game: Social Trends in Mobile Entertainment.

May 26, 2004
Jennifer Mankoff, Group for Interface Research, UC Berkeley CS
Enhancing User Experiences in Ubiquitous Computing.

May 21, 2004
Anind Dey, Intel Research and UC Berkeley
Giving Users Control in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

May 14, 2004
Alonso Vera, Roxana Wales, NASA Ames
Collaboration, Tool Use, and Work Practice of Mars Mission Scientists

May 7, 2004
Walt Scacchi, Institute for Software Research, UC Irvine
Understanding the Requirements for Developing and Designing Free/Open Source Software

April 23, 2004
Mor Naaman, Stanford Computer Science
Adventures in Time and Space: Leveraging Geo-Referenced Digital Photographs

April 16, 2004
Simon Buckingham Shum, Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, UK
Semantic Scholarly Publishing and Discourse: Tools for Modelling Contested Knowledge Domains

April 9, 2004
Jay Trimble, NASA ARC
The MERBoard: A Multi-Mission Platform for Collaborative Mission Control Applications

April 2, 2004
Marc Davis, UC Berkeley School of Information Management and Systems
Mobile Media Metadata: The Future of Mobile Imaging

March 12, 2004
Randy Pausch, Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon Univ.
Interactive Entertainment: Sharing Control Between Authors and Participants

March 5, 2004
Jason I. Hong, UC Berkeley Group for User Interface Research
Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing

February 27, 2004
Joan Walton, Leslie Keely, Ronald Mak, NASA Ames Research Center
NASA's Collaborative Information Portal: HCI Lessons Learned

February 20, 2004
Jeff Herman, Suja Raju, eBay
The Business of User Experience

February 13, 2004
Jaron Lanier, National Tele-immersion Initiative.
What remains to be done with Virtual Reality

January 30, 2004
Genevieve Bell, Intel Research.
Talking phones: a cultural analysis of an information and communication technology

January 23, 2004
Dan Gillette, Cure Autism Now
Developing a Voice Output Communication Aid for Children with Severe Autism: A Case Study of User-Centered, Collaborative Design with Users Who Cannot Speak or Write

January 16, 2004
David Stork, Ricoh Innovations and the Open Mind Initiative
The Open Mind Initiative: Large-scale knowledge acquisition from non-experts via the web

January 9, 2004
Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards.
Web Bloopers: Avoiding Common Design Mistakes

December 5, 2003
François Guimbretière, University of Maryland Human-Computer Interaction Lab
People, Paper, and Computers

November 21, 2003
Jim Hollan, Cognitive Science, UC San Diego
People, Computers, and Design: A View from UCSD

November 14, 2003
Michael Slater, Adobe
A Next-Generation Consumer Photo Application Challenges in Creating a Simple Yet Powerful User Experience

November 7, 2003
Tom Zimmerman, IBM Almaden Research
Motivations for Invention

October 31, 2003
Ramesh Raskar, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL)
Graphics, Vision and HCI Research at MERL

October 24, 2003
Howard Rheingold,
Smart Mobs: Mobile Communication, Pervasive Computing, and Collective Action

October 17, 2003
Polle Zellweger, MacZell Consulting
Making the World Wide Web Fit People: Traveling in Comfort on the Information Superhighway

October 10, 2003
Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University
The Million Book Digital Library Project

October 3, 2003
Bill Moggridge, Ideo
Designing Technology

September 26, 2003
Jeremy Bailenson, Stanford Communication Dept
Strategic Behavioral Transformations in Immersive Collaborative Virtual Environments

May 30, 2003
Rob Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center
System Administrators are Users Too

May 23, 2003
Roy Pea, Michael Mills, Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning
The DIVER Project: Point-of-View Authoring of Virtual Tours of Video Recordings (aka "Diving") for Learning, Education and Other Purposes

May 16, 2003
Ka-ping Yee, UC Berkeley
Peephole Displays: Pen Interaction on Spatially Aware Handheld Computers

May 9, 2003
Brian Dear,
Lessons Learned: Interacting with the PLATO System

May 2, 2003
Will Wright, Maxis
Games and Simulation

April 25, 2003
Alan Kay, HP Labs
Croquet: A Collaboration Architecture

April 18, 2003
Bay-Wei Chang, Krishna Bharat, Google
Web Search Engines: Algorithms and User Interfaces

April 11, 2003
Fred Turner, Stanford Dept. of Communication
From Counterculture To Cyberculture: How The Whole Earth Catalog Brought Us "Virtual Community"

April 4, 2003
Chuck Clanton, Jeffrey Ventrella, There
Avatar-centric Communication in There

March 14, 2003
Wally Smith, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Technology Demonstrations: What are they for?

March 7, 2003
Kate Collie, University of British Columbia
Challenging the Videoconferencing Gold Standard: Art Therapy and Tele-Mediated Communication in Behavioral Telehealth

February 28, 2003
Douglas W. Oard, University of Maryland
Searching Spoken Word Collections

February 21, 2003
B.J. Fogg, Stanford CSLI
Using Computers to Change What People Think and Do: Insights into Captology

February 14, 2003
Victoria Bellotti, Nicolas Ducheneaut, Mark Howard, Ian Smith, PARC
TaskMaster: Resource management in an email client

February 7, 2003
Terry Winograd, Stanford Computer Science Dept.
Where Do HCI Theory and Practice Meet?

January 31, 2003
Marti Hearst, UC Berkeley SIMS
Using Words to Search a Thousand Images: Hierarchical Faceted Metadata in Search Interfaces

January 24, 2003
David Hilbert, Jonathan Trevor, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
Issues in Personalizing Shared Ubiquitous Devices

January 17, 2003
Marissa Mayer, Google
The How and Why of Google UI

January 10, 2003
Judith Donath, MIT Media Lab
Intuitive media: Depicting people and situations in mediated environments

December 6, 2002
Raul Rojas, Freie Universitaet Berlin
Electronic Chalk: A tool for live and remote teaching

November 22, 2002
Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University
Mobile Devices for Control

November 15, 2002
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
Advanced User-Interface Design for Vehicles

November 8, 2002
Paul Whitmore, E*Trade
Beginning with the End in Mind: How to design for people's real goals

November 1, 2002
Marc Davis, School of Information Management and Systems, UC Berkeley
Towards Computational Media: Metadata for Media Automation and Reuse

October 25, 2002
Scott Weiss, Usable Products Company
Handheld Usability

October 18, 2002
Jan Borchers, Stanford Computer Science
Post-Desktop User Interfaces: iStuff and the Search for the Great Unified Input Theory

October 11, 2002
Rich Gold, The Red Shift
Desire in Context

October 4, 2002
Victoria Bellotti, Nicolas Ducheneaut, Mark Howard, Ian Smith, PARC
Seven Slides and a Fight: How Extreme Programming improved our user-centered design process, but not our social skills

September 27, 2002
Richard Marks, Manager R&D Special Projects, Sony
Video Interfaces for Entertainment

May 31, 2002
Scott Klemmer, Group for User Interface Research, UC Berkeley Dept. of Computer Science
Where Do Web Sites Come From? Capturing and Interacting with Design History

May 24, 2002
Jim Fruchterman, President, The Benetech Initiative
Designing for the Disadvantaged: -- Technology Serving the Rest of Humanity

May 17, 2002
Milton Chen, Stanford Computer Science
Design of a Video Auditorium and Leveraging the Asymmetric Sensitivity of Eye Contact for Videoconferencing

May 10, 2002
Neil Scott, The Archimedes Project, Stanford
Technology and Human Well-being

May 3, 2002
Bradley Rhodes, Ricoh Innovations
Intelligence Augmentation: Creating a Prosthetic for the Brain

April 26, 2002
Lyn Bartram, Colligo Networks and Simon Fraser University
Coding with Motion: Perceptually based Visualization Techniques

April 19, 2002
Gerhard Fischer, Center for LifeLong Learning & Design (L3D), Department of Computer Science and Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Colorado, Boulder
Social Creativity and Meta-Design in Lifelong Learning Communities

April 12, 2002
Giovanni Seni, Motorola Human Interface Labs
TreadMill Ink -- Enabling Continuous Pen Input on Small Devices

April 5, 2002
Karon Weber, Pixar Animation Studios
Interaction Design at Pixar Animation Studios

March 15, 2002
Eric Bier, Ken Pier, PARC
Sparrow Web: Group-Editable Web Pages

March 8, 2002
Patrick Baudisch, PARC
Focus Plus Context Screens: Displays for Users Working with Large Visual Documents

March 1, 2002
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
Input Research at Microsoft: Sensors, Mice, and Keyboards, Oh My!

February 22, 2002
Kathleen McKinney Liston, Stanford Civil Engineering
Interactive Workspaces in Construction

February 15, 2002
Paul Pangaro, Sun Microsystems
The Cybernetics of HCI: A Pragmatic Approach

February 8, 2002
Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University
Moore's Law Meets Physiology: The Future of Interactive Systems

February 1, 2002
Brenda Laurel,
Eutopian Entrepreneur

January 25, 2002
Jock Mackinlay, Xerox PARC
Visualization for All

January 18, 2002
Parvati Dev, Stanford SUMMIT (Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies)
Interactive Medical Education

January 11, 2002
Larry Page, Google
Google is not an anomaly: A blueprint for inventing and building innovative and successful user-centric products

December 7, 2001
Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary
Elastic Presentation

November 30, 2001
RED group, Xerox PARC
XFR: eXperiments in the Future of Reading

November 16, 2001
Gene Golovchinsky, FXPAL
Reading Applicances and the Future of Document Work

November 9, 2001
David Dupouy, Sensiva
Symbols as Universal User Interface

November 2, 2001
Larry Arnstein, University of Washington
Experiment Capture in the Biology Lab -- Disguised as a Lab Assistant for Cell Biologists

October 26, 2001
Jonathan Trevor, David Hilbert, FXPAL
M-Links: A UI For Web Interaction On Very Small Devices

October 19, 2001
Kristen Nygaard, University of Oslo
A process-oriented conceptual platform for informatics

October 12, 2001
Scott Sona Snibbe,
Haptic Techniques for Media Control

October 5, 2001
Jef Raskin,
Prolegomena to future interface design

September 28, 2001
Dan Russell, IBM Almaden Research
BlueBoards in Use: Large Public Displays for Collaboration

June 1, 2001
François Guimbretière, Stanford Computer Science
Fluid Interaction for High Resolution Wall-size Displays

May 25, 2001
Orkut Buyukkokten, Stanford Computer Science
Web Browsing on Handheld Devices

May 18, 2001
James Landay, Group for User Interface Research, UC Berkeley
Pervasive Interaction: Informal Tools for Designing Anywhere, Anytime, Anydevice User Interfaces

May 11, 2001
Andrea Lunsford, Stanford Program in Writing and Rhetoric
Collaboration as theory and practice

May 4, 2001
Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards
Designing Responsive Software Despite Performance Limitations

April 27, 2001
John C. Tang, James "Bo" Begole,
Awareness on the move: Desktop and mobile awareness prototypes for coordinating contact

April 20, 2001
Debby Hindus, Interval Research
Casablanca: Designing Social Communication Devices for the Home

April 13, 2001
Jennifer Mankoff, Georgia Tech
Programming Support for Natural Interaction

April 6, 2001
Charles L. Ortiz, Jr, Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI International
Interpreting Information Requests in Context

March 16, 2001
Barbara Hayes-Roth, Stanford University & Extempo Systems Inc.
Characters Everywhere

March 9, 2001
Turner Whitted, Microsoft Research
Experiments with Un-tethered Interaction

March 2, 2001
Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research
Multimedia Research at Microsoft: Making Audio and Video First-Class Objects

February 23, 2001
David Cavallo, MIT Media Laboratory
New Learning Environments

February 16, 2001
Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Lab
Lifelong Kindergarten

February 9, 2001
Fabrice Florin,
Interactive Design in Digital Entertainment

February 2, 2001
Steve DiPaola, Stanford University Digital Art Center (SUDAC)
Emerging Interactive Expression Systems: Blurring Author and Audience

January 26, 2001
Paul Whitmore, E*trade Group
The Psychology of Ecommerce: Choice Overload and other Paradoxes

January 19, 2001
Mark Pesce, USC
The Playful World: Interactive Toys and the Future of Imagination

January 12, 2001
Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders, SonicRim and The Ohio State University
Opening the Design Process: Everyday People in the Fuzzy Front End

December 8, 2000
Sidney Fels, University of British Columbia
Building Novel Interfaces

December 1, 2000
Clifford Nass, Department of Communication, Stanford University
Voice Activated: Interface Design and the Psychology of Enjoyment, Trust, and Sales

November 17, 2000
Terry Winograd, François Guimbretière, Brad Johanson, Stanford Computer Science
Experiments in Interaction with Wall Displays

November 10, 2000
Kai Li, Princeton University
Building and Using A Scalable Display Wall

November 3, 2000
Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
Sensible Computers: Technologies that Enable Computers to Understand Human Emotion

October 27, 2000
Jennifer Healey, MIT Media Lab
Sensible Computers: Technologies that Enable Computers to Understand Human Emotion

October 20, 2000
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland College Park.
Leonardo's Laptop: Human Needs and the New Computing

October 13, 2000
Jenny Preece, University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Online Communities: Designing Usability, Supporting Sociability

October 10, 2000
Jan Borchers, Universities of Darmstadt and Ulm
Interaction Design for New Media: A Pattern Approach

October 6, 2000
Steve Shafer, Microsoft Research.
EasyLiving: An Architecture for Building Intelligent Environments

September 29, 2000
Amy Jo Kim, NAIMA.
Growing a Web Community: Three Immutable Laws, Nine Timeless Design Strategies

May 26, 2000
Myron Flickner, IBM Almaden Research Center.
Frontiers in Attentive Environments: An overview of IBM Almaden Research Center's BlueEyes project

May 19, 2000
Byron Reeves, Stanford Dept. of Communication.
Arousal Responses to Interactive Media

May 12, 2000
Diane Schiano,
New Findings on Facial Affect

May 5, 2000
Ed Chi, Xerox PARC.
The Scent of a Site: A System for Analyzing and Predicting Information Scent, Usage, and Usability of a Web Site

April 28, 2000
Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards Inc.
The Making of 'GUI Bloopers'

April 21, 2000
Dan Robbins, Microsoft Research.
The Task Gallery: A 3D Window Manager

April 14, 2000
Vaughan Pratt, Stanford Computer Science Dept.
HWI: Human-Wearable Interaction

April 7, 2000
Bob Carpenter, SpeechWorks International
Spoken User Interfaces

March 31, 2000
Marney Morris, Animatrix
Engagement

March 10, 2000
Eric Paulos, UC Berkeley, Computer Science
Social Tele-embodiment: Understanding Presence

March 3, 2000
Karon Maclean, Interval Research
Designing with Haptic Feedback

February 25, 2000
John Morkes, Trilogy Software
Effects of Humor in Task-Oriented Human-Computer Interaction and Computer-Mediated Communication: A Direct Test of SRCT Theory

February 18, 2000
Richard Mogford, NASA Ames Research Center
Human Factors in Advanced Air Transportation Technologies

February 11, 2000
Greg Wolff, Ricoh Silicon Valley
In Support of Multimedia Conversations

February 4, 2000
Brenda Laurel,
Gender and Technology: A Case Study

January 28, 2000
Tony Temple, IBM UK
Advanced Interface Design for Ease of Use

January 21, 2000
Warren Sack, MIT Media Lab
Conversation Map: An Interface for Very Large-Scale Conversations

January 14, 2000
Debby Hindus, Interval Research Corporation
The Importance of Homes in Technology Research

January 7, 2000
Malcolm Slaney, Interval Research Corporation
People Centric Processing or Better CHI with Signal Computation

December 3, 1999
Steve DiPaola, Communities.com
Internet-based Interactive Character Design: From Agents to Avatars

November 19, 1999
Pamela Hinds, Stanford Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Perspective Taking Amongst Distributed Workers

November 12, 1999
Abbe Don, Abbe Don Interactive
Stories About Interactive Storytelling: From Handmade Books to HTML and Beyond

November 5, 1999
Ken Perlin, NYU Media Research Lab
Recent Research at the NYU Media Research Lab

October 29, 1999
Clifford Nass, Department of Communication, Stanford University
How Human is Human-Computer Interaction? Anthropomorphic Interfaces and Social Responses to Computers

October 22, 1999
Marie O'Mahony,
The Soft Machine - Design in the Cyborg Age

October 15, 1999
Angel Puerta, RedWhale Software
Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces

October 8, 1999
Robert Horn, Stanford CSLI and Information Mapping
Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century

October 1, 1999
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
Scenarios of Future User-Interface Design

September 24, 1999
Prof. Kenneth Salisbury, Stanford Depts of Computer Science and Surgery
Introduction to Haptics

May 28, 1999
Adam Cheyer, SRI International
Tasking Communities of Agents Through Adaptable Multimodal Interfaces

May 21, 1999
Norbert Streitz, GMD - German National Research Center for Information Technology, IPSI - Integrated Publication and Information Systems Institute Darmstadt, Germany
Roomware: Towards the next Generation of Human-Computer Interaction based on an Integrated Design of Real and Virtual Worlds

May 14, 1999
Elin Rønby Pedersen, FX Palo Alto Research Laboratory
Tacit Interaction

May 7, 1999
Ken Fishkin, Anuj Gujar, Beverly Harrison, Roy Want, Xerox PARC
Invisible Interfaces

April 30, 1999
Keith Edwards, Anthony LaMarca, Xerox PARC
Flatland User Interfaces

April 23, 1999
Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado, Boulder
Transcending the Individual Human Mind: Creating Shared Understanding through Collaborative Design

April 16, 1999
Mihai Nadin, University of Wuppertal (currently Stanford CSLI)
Computational Design

April 9, 1999
Bay-Wei Chang, Jock Mackinlay, Polle Zellweger, Xerox PARC
Fluid Documents: Annotation in Context

April 2, 1999
Allen Cypher, David Canfield Smith, Larry Tesler, StageCast
Visual Interactive Simulations

March 12, 1999
Rob Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center
Personal Information, Privacy, and the Web

March 5, 1999
Jaron Lanier, National Tele-immersion Initiative
The National Tele-immersion Initiative

February 26, 1999
Sharon Oviatt, Oregon Graduate Institute
Ten Myths of Multimodal Interaction

February 19, 1999
Allan Kuchinsky, Hewlett Packard Laboratories
Consumer Multimedia Organization and Retrieval

February 12, 1999
James Landay, UC Berkeley
Informal User Interfaces for Shared Note Taking

February 5, 1999
Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University
The Internet at Home: Expectations, Realities, and the Future

January 29, 1999
Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley
Interfacing Telerobotics to the Net: Experiments in Telepistemology

January 22, 1999
Patrick Whitney, Kei Sato, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology
As If Users Mattered: Research in Human Centered Design

January 15, 1999
Lucy Suchman, Xerox PARC
Putting Working Document Collections Online

December 4, 1998
Miriam Reiner, Department of Education In Science and Technology, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Access to tacit embodied knowledge: Force sensations and conceptualization

November 20, 1998
Scott Snibbe, Interval Research
Dynamic Abstraction

November 13, 1998
Paul Rankin, Philips Research, Redhill, UK
StarCursors in ContentSpace: Abstractions of people and places

November 6, 1998
Rosalind W. Picard, MIT Media Laboratory
Toward Affective Interfaces

October 30, 1998
Paul Saffo, Institute for the Future
Sensors: The Next Wave in Information Technology

October 23, 1998
Andreas Paepcke, Stanford Computer Science, Digital Library Project
Interacting With Information: Lessons from the Stanford Digital Library Project

October 16, 1998
Don Norman, Nielsen-Norman Group
The life cycle of a technology: Why it is so difficult for large companies to innovate

October 9, 1998
John Dowding, Robert Moore, SRI International
CommandTalk: A Spoken-Language Interface to a Battlefield Simulator

October 2, 1998
Terry Winograd, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
A Human-Centered Architecture for an Interactive Workspace

September 25, 1998
Gillian Crampton Smith, Royal College of Art, London
Interaction Design

May 29, 1998
Erich J. Neuhold, GMD-IPSI & T.U. Darmstadt
Work beyond the Desktop: Our Cooperative Building and Roomware Projects

May 22, 1998
Justine Cassell, MIT Media Lab
Communicating with Machines Using Speech, Gesture, and Facial Expression

May 15, 1998
Peter Mullen, Visio
Experience from the Design of Visio

May 8, 1998
BJ Fogg, Sun Microsystems and Stanford University
Persuasive Computers: Examples, perspectives, and research directions

May 1, 1998
Phil Agre, Department of Communication, UC San Diego
The Architecture of Identity

April 24, 1998
Gary M. Olson, Judith S. Olson, School of Information, University of Michigan
Distance Matters: Intellectual Work Among Geographically Separated Group Members

April 17, 1998
Rob Haitani, 3Com (Palm Computing)
The Design of the Palm Pilot

April 10, 1998
Ramon Felciano, Stanford Section on Medical Informatics
Graphical Style Sheets: Reusable Representations of Domain-Specific Information Graphics

April 3, 1998
David Kurlander, Microsoft Corporation
Comic Chat: Research and Productization War Stories

March 13, 1998
John Canny, Computer Science Division, UC Berkeley
3DDI: 3D Direct interaction

March 6, 1998
Charles Kerns, George Toye, Stanford Learning Lab
New Technologies for Learning

February 27, 1998
Frankie James, Stanford Computer Science and CSLI
AHA: Audio HTML Access

February 20, 1998
Ben Shneiderman, Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, University of Maryland
The Eyes Have It: User Interfaces for Information Visualization

February 13, 1998
Alan Cooper, Cooper Interaction Design
The Inmates are Running the Asylum

February 6, 1998
Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research
Probability, Utility, and Human-Computer Interaction

January 30, 1998
Harry Saddler, Xerox PARC
The Apple Design Project 1992-1997: A Retrospective

January 23, 1998
Dag Svanæs, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
Kinesthetic Thinking: Interaction Design without Programming

January 16, 1998
Robert C. Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center
WBI: Intermediaries for Manipulating Web Content

January 9, 1998
Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab
Integrating User Interface Agents with Conventional Applications

December 5, 1997
Amy Bruckman, Georgia Tech
Open Research Questions about Virtual Communities

November 21, 1997
William Buxton, Alias Wavefront
Less is More, More or Less

November 14, 1997
Anatol Holt, University of Milano
Primitive Man in the Electronic Work Environment

November 7, 1997
Bernard Gifford, UC Berkeley School of Education and Academic Systems
Computer-mediated instructional materials for distribution over networked computers: From theory to practice

October 31, 1997
Trevor Darrell, Chris Bregler, Interval Research
Intelligent Analysis/Synthesis of Facial Imagery

October 24, 1997
Hannes Marais, Krishna Bharat, DEC Systems Research Center
Supporting Cooperative and Personal Surfing with a Desktop Assistant

October 17, 1997
Don Gentner, Human Interface Designer, JavaSoft, Sun Microsystems
The WebTop - HotJava Views and Beyond

October 10, 1997
Marc Levoy, Stanford Computer Science
The Digital Michaelangelo Project

October 3, 1997
Jitendra Malik, Computer Science Division, UC Berkeley
Finding Objects in Large Collections of Images

September 26, 1997
Randy Pausch, Carnegie-Mellon University
Disney's Aladdin: First Steps Towards Storytelling in Virtual Reality

May 30, 1997
Donald Norman, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Toward the third generation of the PC: Lessons learned from Thomas Edison

May 23, 1997
James D. Hollan, Computer Science Department, University of New Mexico
Towards A New View of Information: History-Enriched Digital Objects and Dynamic Work Materials

May 16, 1997
Austin Henderson, Jed Harris, Pliant Research
Negotiating Ontologies: bridging the gaps

May 9, 1997
Henry Fuchs, University of North Carolina
Technologies for Telecollaboration: Challenges and Opportunities in Image Capture, Rendering and Display

May 2, 1997
Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab
Tangible Bits: Towards Seamless Interfaces between People, Bits, and Atoms

April 25, 1997
Michelle Wang Baldonado, Stanford Computer Science (Digital Library Project)
SenseMaker: An Information-Exploration Interface

April 18, 1997
Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards Inc.
Universal Access to the Net: Requirements and Social Impact

April 11, 1997
Martin Röscheisen, Stanford Computer Science (Digital Libraries Project)
A Network-Centric Design for Relationship-based Rights Management

April 4, 1997
Alex Waibel, Interactive Systems Laboratories, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Karlsruhe
Speaking with your Voice, Pen, Eyes, Face, Hands, and Fingers

March 14, 1997
Daniel Russell, Apple Research Labs
Sensemaking II: What, why and whither people use the WWW for work

March 7, 1997
Peter Samis, Steve Mayer, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Interface Design for Art

February 28, 1997
Jon Bowersox, MD, PhD, Dept of Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine
Designing an Interface for Telesurgery

February 21, 1997
Robert Jacobson, SRI Consulting
Information Design and Why It Matters

February 14, 1997
Steve B. Cousins, Stanford Computer Science PCD Project
A User Interface for Interacting with Heterogeneous Distributed Applications

February 7, 1997
Peter G. Neumann, SRI International
Risks and Their Prevention: The Role of the Human Interface

January 31, 1997
Ted Selker, IBM Almaden Research Center
Test as You Build; An Approach To Creating New Interfaces

January 24, 1997
Karen Fries, Microsoft
Making Software Easier and More Fun with Social Interfaces

January 17, 1997
David Stork, Ricoh California Research Center (and visiting scholar in Psychology at Stanford)
HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality

January 10, 1997
Diane Schiano, Interval Research
The First Noble Truth of CyberSpace: People are People Even in the MUD

December 6, 1996
Amy Jo Kim, NAIMA
Ritual Reality: Social Engineering in Online Communities

November 22, 1996
John Hughes, Computer Graphics Group, Brown University
Sketching: Past, Present, and Future

November 15, 1996
Adele Goldberg, Neometron
The Design of LearningWorks

November 8, 1996
Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Laboratory
Human Performance in 6 Degree-of-Freedom Input Control

November 1, 1996
Paul Dourish, Apple Research Labs
Accounting for System Action: Ethnomethodology and the Reconceptualisation of Interactive Systems

October 25, 1996
Mark Pesce,
Engagement * Interface * Community

October 18, 1996
Srinija Srinivasan, Ontological Yahoo, Yahoo! Inc.
Untangling the Web

October 4, 1996
Jakob Nielsen, SUN Microsystems
Ensuring the Usability of the Next Computing Paradigm

September 27, 1996
Trevor Darrell, Interval Research
Perceptive Agents and Interfaces using Computer Vision

May 31, 1996
Lauralee Alben, Harry Saddler, Terry Winograd, Alben+Faris
The Interactions Design Awards

May 24, 1996
Ann McCormick, CAPS Mira Studio
Play and Learning with Technology, Realities of the Marketplace

May 17, 1996
Michael Graves, Rao Machiraju, Apple Computer
Heat and Dust: Designing Solutions on the Other Side of the World

May 10, 1996
Thomas Erickson, Apple Computer
The Design and Long-Term Use of a Personal Electronic Notebook

April 26, 1996
Will Wright, Maxis
Interfacing to Microworlds

April 19, 1996
Tony Fernandes, Netscape
International User Interface Design

April 12, 1996
James Landay, Carnegie Mellon University
Interactive Sketching for the Early Stages of User Interface Design

April 5, 1996
Ann Copestake, Greg Edwards, Elizabeth Macken, Neil Scott, Stanford Center for the Study of Language and Information
Using Computers to Aid Communication, A Case Study

March 15, 1996
Kevin Lynch, General Magic
Magic Cap Human Interface: Adventures in Design

March 8, 1996
T.V. Raman, Adobe Systems
Emacspeak

March 1, 1996
Yvonne Rogers, Sussex University, UK
Designing for Interactivity: From Diagrams to Virtual Reality

February 23, 1996
Kevin Mullet, Macromedia Product Development
Space Craft: Perceptual Aids for Cognitive Activity

February 16, 1996
Gayle Curtis, Scott Kim, Kristina Hooper Woolsey, Stanford University
VizAbility [TM]: Interactive multimedia for visual thinking

February 9, 1996
Enver Sehovic, Univ. of Zagreb
Information Society in a Post-Communist Environment

February 2, 1996
Steve Cousins, Rebecca Lasher, Andreas Paepcke, Dept. of Computer Science and Computer Science Library, Stanford University
A Digital Library Interface

January 26, 1996
Thomas A. Phelps, Robert Wilensky, Dept. of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Multivalent Documents: Documents as interfaces to information in networked digital repositories

January 19, 1996
Mark S. Ackerman, Dept. of Information and Computer Science, UC Irvine
Social Activity in CSCW Systems

January 12, 1996
Doug Crockford, Randy Farmer, Electric Communities
The socialization of cyberspace: From habitat to the full service network

December 8, 1995
Betsy Bayha, World Institute on Disability
Universal Design

December 1, 1995
James Gosling, SUN Microsystems
Bringing behavior to the Internet

November 17, 1995
Sally Rosenthal, Interval Research
New Voices, New Visions

November 10, 1995
Judith Donath, MIT Media Lab
The establishment of identity in virtual communities

November 3, 1995
Terry Winograd, Stanford Computer Science
Interacting with the Digital Library

October 27, 1995
Larry Friedlander, Stanford English Dept
The Wheel of Life, a transformational theater piece

October 20, 1995
Kristen Nygaard, Joergen Lindskov Knudsen, Elmer Sandvad, Kaj Gronbak, University of Oslo
Hypermedia applications in BETA

October 13, 1995
Takeshi Sunaga, Tama Art University, Tokyo
Sketching Information

October 6, 1995
Jonathan Grudin, Information and Computer Science Department, University of California, Irvine
Enabling and Constraining Effects of New Technologies

September 29, 1995
Jack Hong, George Toye, Larry J. Leifer, Stanford Center for Design Research
Applications of WWW in the Education of Engineering Design Teams

June 2, 1995
Martin Röscheisen, Christian Mogensen, Terry Winograd, Stanford Computer Science
Interfaces to the Digital Library: An Experiment

May 26, 1995
Beth Mynatt, Georgia Tech
Transforming Graphical User Interfaces into Auditory User Interfaces

May 19, 1995
Allen Cypher, David C. Smith, Apple
KidSim: End User Programming of Simulations

May 12, 1995
Allan Heydon, DEC Research Center
The Juno-2 Constraint-Based Drawing Editor

May 5, 1995
Mark Andreessen, Netscape Inc.
The Future of the Internet

April 28, 1995
Hector Moll-Carrillo, Matthew Marsh, IDEO
Articulating a Metaphor through User-Centered Design

April 21, 1995
Shannon Halgren, Tony Fernandes, Deanna Thomas, Claris
Amazing Animation

April 14, 1995
Clifford Nass, Byron Reeves, Stanford Communication Dept.
A Social Science Theory is a Practical Thing: Social Responses to Communication Technology and Microsoft's Bob

April 7, 1995
Barry Arons, MIT Media Lab
Interactively Skimming Recorded Speech

March 17, 1995
Tom Moran, Xerox Parc
Implicit Structures for Pen-Based Systems Within a Freeform Interaction Paradigm

March 10, 1995
John Lamping, Ramana Rao, Xerox Parc
Visualizing Large Information Structures using Focus+Context Techniques

March 3, 1995
Jonathan Steuer, Cyborganic Media
Combining Content and Community: The Potential and Pitfalls of WWW Publishing

February 24, 1995
Jock D. Mackinlay, User Interface Research Group, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
Butterfly: An Organic User Interface For Searching Citation Links

February 17, 1995
Pavel Curtis, Xerox PARC
The Internet at the Turn of the Millenium

February 10, 1995
Nancy Frishberg, Apple Computer
Sign Language Interfaces

February 3, 1995
Barbara Hayes Roth, Stanford Knowledge Systems Laboratory
Directed Improvisation by Computer Characters

January 27, 1995
Eviatar Shafrir, Hewlett-Packard
Information Playgrounds: Local Metaphors for Interactive Information A Visual Design Perspective

January 20, 1995
Marti Hearst, Xerox PARC
Context and structure in full-text information access

January 13, 1995
Yoav Shoham, Stanford Computer Science and Interval Research
Software Agents in Academia and Industry

December 9, 1994
Eric Bier, Ken Fishkin, Maureen Stone, Xerox Parc
The Magic Lens Interface

December 2, 1994
Donald Norman, Apple Computer
An academic discovers the realities of design

November 18, 1994
Rogers Hall, UC Berkeley School of Education
Designing for mathematical understanding

November 11, 1994
Bonnie Johnson, Interval Research
Exploring the Future in the Present: How to Support Design with Research When Potential Users Can't Imagine Future Products

November 4, 1994
Nick Arnett, Verity
Building Virtual Libraries on the Internet

October 28, 1994
T.V. Raman, DEC Cambridge Research Laboratories
Audio System For Technical Readings

October 21, 1994
Michael Deering, SUN Microsystems
High Resolution Virtual Reality

October 14, 1994
Jef Raskin,
Interface Paradox

October 7, 1994
Joy Mountford, Interval Research
Interface: where should industry and academia meet?

September 30, 1994
Marc Levoy, Dept. of Computer Science, Stanford
Spreadsheets for Images

May 27, 1994
Marc Davis, MIT Media Lab and Interval Research
Media Streams: Representing Video for Retrieval and Repurposing

May 20, 1994
Jakob Nielsen, Sunsoft
Heuristic Evaluation of User Interfaces

May 13, 1994
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus Associates, San Francisco
Managing Metaphors in Advanced UIs

May 6, 1994
Ted Selker, User System Ergonomics Research (USER), IBM Almaden Research Center
Proactive and Reactive Agents in User Interface

April 22, 1994
Barbara Tversky, Department of Psychology, Stanford University
Spatial Metaphors in Graphic Displays

April 15, 1994
Charles A. Poynton, Sun Microsystems
Icons, Electrons, Photons and Neurons - Color Science for Computer-Human Interface Designers

April 8, 1994
Amy Jo Bilson, Paramount
Get into the Groove: Design Principles for Interactive Live Performance

April 1, 1994
Paul Saffo, Institute for the Future
Designing for the consumer

March 18, 1994
Joseph Bates, School of Computer Science and College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University
Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Entertainment

March 4, 1994
Terry Winograd, Stanford University
Interfacing to the information highway

February 25, 1994
Randal Walser, Spacetime Arts Inc.
The Art & Technology of Spacemaking

February 18, 1994
Bruce Tognazzini, Sunsoft
Computing in the year 2004

February 11, 1994
Sha Xin Wei, Stanford University
mmdd: an open meta-testbed for multimedia distributed documents

February 4, 1994
Dan Russell, Apple ATG
Sensemaking: What people do to understand their world

January 28, 1994
David Rumelhart, Stanford Psychology Dept.
Neural Network Applications to Cursive Handwriting

January 21, 1994
Andy Hertzfeld, General Magic
Magic Cap and TeleScript

January 14, 1994
Pattie Maes, M.I.T. Media-Laboratory
Learning Interface Agents

January 7, 1994
Marc H. Brown, DEC Systems Research Center
Algorithm Audiovisualization

December 10, 1993
George Robertson, Xerox PARC
Information visualization using 3d interactive animation

December 3, 1993
Ken Kahn, Stanford CSLI
ToonTalk (tm) -- Using Animation for Source Code and Video Game Technology for Programming

November 19, 1993
Brenda Laurel, Rob Tow, Rachel Strickland, Interval Research
Placeholder: Landscape and narrative in a virtual environment

November 12, 1993
Robert Cailliau, CERN
WorldWideWeb

November 5, 1993
David Goldberg, Xerox Parc
Unistrokes: Pen computing for experts

October 29, 1993
Terry Winograd, Stanford and Interval Research
From virtual reality to real virtualities: Designing the worlds in which we live

October 22, 1993
Nathan Shedroff, Vivid Publishing Inc.
Information Interaction Design: A Unified Field Theory of Design

October 15, 1993
Harry Saddler, Lauralee Alben, Jim Faris, Apple Computer
Making It Macintosh: Interactive Media, Interpersonal Design

October 8, 1993
Wilfred J. Hansen, Director, Andrew Consortium, Carnegie Mellon University
Andrew User Interface System as a multiparadigm environment for visual languages

October 1, 1993
Margaret Minsky, Interval
Putting "Feel" into "Look and Feel": Interaction with the Sense of Touch

June 2, 1993
Richard Mander, Dan Rose, Gitta Salomon, Yin Yin Wong, Advanced Technology Group, Apple Computer Inc.
Development of a 'Pile' metaphor for casual organization of information

May 26, 1993
Scott D. Weiss, User Interface Architect, Gain Technology
UNIX Multimedia: Today's Reality

May 19, 1993
Debby Hindus, Interval Research
Ubiquitous Audio: Supporting Spontaneous Collaboration

May 12, 1993
S. Joy Mountford, Apple Advanced Technologies Group
Design of New Media Interfaces

May 5, 1993
Ted Selker, IBM Almaden Research
Trackpoint II: Making a better mouse

April 28, 1993
Mark Beaulieu, Digital Lantern
Digital Cities - Interactive Information Design with Electronic Maps for Consumers

April 21, 1993
Steve Mayer, Digital F/X
Arcade Video Games and User Interface Issues

April 14, 1993
Steven Utt, Former UI Designer, Momenta Corp.
Re-thinking the Pen-on-Display User Interface

April 7, 1993
Randy Smith, Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Concrete Abstractions in the User Interface

March 31, 1993
John Coate, The CompuMentor Project
Building Online Community

March 10, 1993
Andrew Singer, Interval Research and the Association for Software Design
Towards a Profession of Software Design

March 3, 1993
Tim Oren, Kaleida
Virtual Markets and Communities: Why Multimedia Publishing is a Crock

February 24, 1993
Bob Glass, SunSoft
User Interface Design - A View from the Trenches

February 17, 1993
Robert Horn, Information Mapping
Visual Language -- Combining Words and Images to Make a New Language

February 10, 1993
Kai-Fu Lee, Speech and Language Technologies, Advanced Technology Group, Apple ComputerInc.
Towards Conversational Computers

February 3, 1993
Neil Scott, Stanford CSLI (Center for the Study of Language and Information)
Total Access for Disabled Computer Users

January 27, 1993
Rob Tow, Interval Research
Visual Psychophysics in Humans and Non-Humans With Some Notes on Applications to Computer Scanning, Printing, and Video

January 20, 1993
Kristina Hooper Woolsey, Apple Computer Multimedia Lab
Casual Multimedia: The use of imagery in everyday activities

January 13, 1993
Philip R. Cohen, Computer Dialogue Laboratory, Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI International
The Role of Natural Language in a Multimodal Interface

January 6, 1993
Ramana Rao, Xerox PARC
The Information Grid: A Framework for Information Retrieval and Retrieval-Centered Applications

December 9, 1992
Tom Moran, Xerox Parc
LiveBoard Meeting Support and the Whiteboard User Interface Metaphor

December 2, 1992
Marc Davis, MIT Media Lab
Media Streams: Interfaces and Representations for Reusable Media

November 25, 1992
Michael Naimark, Interval Research
Presence at the Interface (or How Do You Know I'm Not a Movie and When Does it Matter?)

November 18, 1992
Raymonde Guindon, Hewlett-Packard, Design Vision
Requirements and Design of DesignVision, An Object-Oriented Graphical Interface to a Software Design Environment.

November 11, 1992
Chuck Clanton, Aratar
Film Craft in User Interface Design

November 4, 1992
Cliff Nass, Stanford Dept. of Communcation
Computers Are Social Actors: A New Paradigm and Some Surprising Results

October 28, 1992
Ehud Shapiro, Weizmann Institute
Active Mail: An Architecture for Groupware

October 21, 1992
Robert Carr, GO Corp.
Mobile pen-based computing

October 14, 1992
Marney Morris, Animatrix
Practical Interactive Design

October 7, 1992
Allan Shepherd, Audrey Ishizaki, HP Labs
Strudel, a Customizable Electronic Conversation Toolkit

September 30, 1992
Terry Winograd, Stanford University and Interval Research
Introduction to the seminar on human-computer-interaction

May 27, 1992
Marc Stiegler, Autodesk
The Construction of an Information Marketplace

May 20, 1992
Scott Minneman, John Tang, Xerox PARC
Shared Drawing: sketching tools for distributed design

May 13, 1992
Paul Heckel, Hyperracks Inc.
Debunking the Software Patent Myths

April 29, 1992
Marc Levoy, Stanford Computer Science
Artistic Devices and Photorealism in Scientific Visualization

April 22, 1992
John Tang, Sun Microsystems Laboratories Inc. (SMLI)
Developing Usable, Collaborative, Multimedia Technology

April 15, 1992
Andy Hertzfeld, General Magic
User interface and artistic values

April 8, 1992
Chuck Bigelow, Stanford
Fonts, Glyphs, Curves, Bits - Typefaces for Interfaces

April 1, 1992
Lee Felsenstein, LAV-PC Inc.
Reconstructing the Agora - Pre-industrial Applications of Computer Communications

March 11, 1992
James Laffey, Apple
Organizational Memory as a Support for Learning and Performance: Prototypes and Issues

March 4, 1992
Parvati Dev, SUMMIT Stanford University School of Medicine
Using computers to teach medicine: Design and interface issues

February 26, 1992
Richard Stallman, MIT and the League for Programming Freedom
Protecting the Freedom to Write Software: The new software monopolies, and what we can do about them

February 19, 1992
Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
Principles of Effective Visual Communication for Graphical User Interface Design

February 12, 1992
Scott Minneman, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
The Social Construction of a Technical Reality: studies of group engineering design practice

February 5, 1992
Abbe Don, IN CONTEXT
Point of View in the Interface: Storytelling and Information Retrieval

January 29, 1992
Bob Johansen, Institute for the Future
Tools For Tomorrow's Teams

January 22, 1992
Mitch Kapor, ON Technologies and Electronic Frontier Foundation
Inventing Software Design

January 15, 1992
Mike Lesk, Bellcore
Better Things for Better Chemistry Through Multi-Media: The CORE Electronic Chemistry Library

January 8, 1992
Pavel Curtis, Xerox PARC
Mudding: Social Phenomena in Text-Based Virtual Realities

December 11, 1991
Larry Leifer, Professor, Director, Stanford Center for Design Research, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Instrumenting the Product AND the Design Process: 3 examples

December 4, 1991
Fred Lakin, Performing Graphics Co.
The Electronic Design Notebook: Performing Medium and Processing Medium

November 20, 1991
Bill Verplank, IDEO
Sketching Metaphors: Graphic Invention And User Interface Design

November 13, 1991
Kathleen Carter, Xerox EuroPARC
Tools for intuitive skill - Supporting skills of the hand and eye

November 6, 1991
Brenda Laurel, Telepresence Research Inc.
Be There Here: Telepresence and Virtual Reality

October 30, 1991
Allen Cypher, Apple
Eager: Programming Repetitive Tasks by Example

October 23, 1991
Rolfe Faste, Stanford Design Division
Cultural Preferences and Brain Modality: Implications for the Design of Silicon-based Tools

October 16, 1991
Craig Zarmer, Jeff Johnson, Human-Computer Interaction Department, HP Labs
ACE: Building Software Applications out of High-level, Semantic-based Components

October 9, 1991
Jock D. Mackinlay, George G. Robertson, Stuart K. Card, User Interface Research Group, Xerox PARC
The Information Visualizer: A 3D User Interface for Information Retrieval

October 2, 1991
Brewster Kahle, Project Leader, Wide Area Information Servers, Thinking Machines Corporation
User Interfaces for Wide Area Information Servers

June 5, 1991
Richard Steele, Tolfa Corporation Lingraphica
Communication Using Iconic Graphics

May 29, 1991
Scott Kim, Stanford University
Toward a Visual Computer for Visual Thinkers

May 22, 1991
Robin Jeffries, Jim Miller, Human Computer Interaction Department HP Laboratories
User Interface Evaluation in the Real World: A Comparison of Four Techniques

May 15, 1991
David M Levy, Xerox PARC
Copying, Identity, and WYSIWYG

May 8, 1991
Frans Heeman, Pietje van der Velden, Steven Pemberton, Software Engineering Research Centre (SERC), Utrecht, the Netherlands
Direct Interactive Generation of Interactive Systems

May 1, 1991
Vladimir I. Pokhilko, Phychology Department at Moscow State University
Implementing Personality Theory to Human-Computer Interaction

April 24, 1991
Ted Selker, IBM, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY
Graphics as Visual Language

April 3, 1991
Raymonde Guindon, Hewlett-Packard, Design Vision
The opportunistic dynamics of the design process: some implications for HCI

March 6, 1991
Ted Nelson, Autodesk Inc.
The Six Nelson Paradigms for Interactive Software or Pac-Man, the Prototype For Office Systems

March 1, 1991
Gerhard Fischer, Department of Computer Science and Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Colorado, Boulder
Reducing the Power of High-Tech Scribes

February 20, 1991
Tony Hoeber, GO Corporation
Designing a Pen-Based User Interface

February 6, 1991
Daniel V. Oppenheim, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University
DMIX: An Environment for Music Composition

January 30, 1991
Bernie DeKoven,
A Brief Description of the Group Interface Session with Bernie DeKoven

January 15, 1991
Larry Leifer, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Design Division, Stanford Director, Center for Design Research, Stanford University
EDN (Electronic Design Notebook)

January 9, 1991
Dr. Steve Ellis, NASA
Pictorial Communication: In Virtual and Real Environment

November 7, 1990
Dan Russell, Xerox PARC
IDE: a system to support instructional design


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