Seminar on People, Computers, and Design - 1995-96

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

Oct. 6 1995 - Jonathan Grudin , UC Irvine,
Enabling and Constraining Effects of New Technologies

Oct. 13, 1995 - Takeshi Sunaga, Tama Art University, Tokyo (visiting professor in the Stanford Design Division),
Sketching Information

Oct. 20, 1995 - Kristen Nygaard, Joergen Lindskov Knudsen, Elmer Sandvad, Kaj Groenbaek, University of Oslo, University of Aarhus
Hypermedia applications in BETA

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

Nov. 3, 1995 - Terry Winograd, Stanford Computer Science,
Interacting with the Digital Library

Nov. 10, 1995 - Judith Donath, MIT Media Lab,
The establishment of identity in virtual communities

Nov. 17, 1995 - Sally Rosenthal, Interval Research,
New Voices, New Visions


Dec. 1, 1995 - James Gosling, Sun Microsystems,
Bringing behavior to the Internet

Dec. 8, 1995 - Betsy Bayha, World Institute on Disability,
Universal Design

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

January 19, 1996 - Mark Ackerman, UC Irvine
Social Activity in CSCW Systems

January 26, 1996 - Thomas Phelps and Robert Wilensky, UC Berkeley
Multivalent Documents: Documents as interfaces to information in networked digital repositories

February 2, 1996 - Steve Cousins, Rebecca Lasher, Andreas Paepcke, Stanford University
A Digital Library Interface

February 9, 1996 - Enver Sehovic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Information Society in a Post-Communist Environment: The Croatian Experience

February 16, 1996 - Gayle Curtis, Scott Kim, and Kristina Hooper Woolsey,

February 23, 1996 - Kevin Mullet, Macromedia
Space Craft: Perceptual aids for cognitive activity

March 1, 1996 - Yvonne Rogers, University of Sussex
Designing for Interactivity: From diagrams to virtual reality

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

March 15, 1996 - Kevin Lynch, General Magic
Magic Cap

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

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

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

April 26, 1996 - Will Wright, Maxis
Interfacing to Microworlds

May 3, 1996 - Cancelled

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

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

May 24, 1996 - Ann McCormick, CAPS Mira Studio
Play and Learning with Technology, Realities of the Marketplace (paper available)

May 31, 1996 - Lauralee Alben (Alben+Faris), Harry Saddler (Apple), Terry Winograd (Stanford)
The interactions Design Awards


Titles and abstracts for all years are available by year and by speaker.

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