Seminar on People, Computers, and Design - 2000-2001

On-line videos of the presentations are hosted at

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

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

October 10, 2000 - SPECIAL SESSION, Gates 104, 2:15pm -
Jan Borchers, Universities of Darmstadt and Ulm.
   Interaction Design for New Media: A Pattern Approach

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

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

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

November 3, 2000 - Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
   Context Aware Computing;
    Can implicit communication with computers be more useful than explicit communication?

November 10, 2000 - Kai Li, Princeton University
   Building a Scalable Display Wall

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

February 16, 2001 - Mitchell Resnick, MIT Media Lab
   Lifelong Kindergarten

February 23, 2001 - David Cavallo, MIT Media Lab
    New Learning Environments

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

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

March 16, 2001 - Barbara Hayes Roth, Stanford Knowledge Systems Lab and Extempo Systems
    Characters Everywhere

April 5, 2001 - Charlie Ortiz, SRI International
    Interpreting information requests in context

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

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

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

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

May 11, 2001 - Andrea Lunsford, Stanford Dept. of English
   Collaboration as Theory and Practice

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

May 25, 2001 - Orkut Buyukkokten, Stanford CS
    Web Browsing on Handheld Devices   

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

last updated June 2, 2001

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