Seminar on People, Computers, and Design - 1990-91

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

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

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

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

February 6, 1991 - Daniel Oppenheim, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA)
Stanford University
DMIX: An environment for music composition

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

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

March 6, 1991 - Ted Nelson, Autodesk, Inc.

April 3, 1991 - Raymonde Guindon,
The opportunistic dynamics of the design process: some implications for HCI.

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

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

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

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

May 22, 1991 - Robin Jeffries and Jim Miller, Human Computer Interaction Department
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA
User Interface Evaluation in the Real World: A Comparison of Four Techniques

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

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


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