Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2007 [electronic resource] : 11th IFIP TC 13 International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 10-14, 2007, Proceedings, Part I / edited by Cécilia Baranauskas, Philippe Palanque, Julio Abascal, Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4662Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007Description: XXIV, 635 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540747963Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Information systems | Artificial intelligence | Education | Computer Science | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Computers and Education | Computers and Society | Software EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.437 | 4.019 LOC classification: QA76.9.U83QA76.9.H85Online resources: Click here to access online
One: Keynote Speakers -- Human Values for Shaping the Made World -- Getting Your Message Across to Your Users -- Perspectives on Social Computing -- Two: Long and Short Papers -- Face-to-Face Sociability Signs Made Explicit in CMC -- Exploring Temporal Communication Through Social Networks -- Identifying Potential Social Impact of Collaborative Systems at Design Time -- Group Efficacy in Asynchronous vs. Multi-synchronous Virtual Teams: An Empirical Study -- Mutual Awareness in Collocated and Distant Collaborative Tasks Using Shared Interfaces -- A Proxy-Based Infrastructure for Web Application Sharing and Remote Collaboration on Web Pages -- Investigating User Attention and Interest in Websites -- FaericWorld: Browsing Multimedia Events Through Static Documents and Links -- Degree-of-Interest Visualization for Ontology Exploration -- S3: Storable, Shareable Search -- Trainable Sketch Recognizer for Graphical User Interface Design -- UI Prototyping for Multiple Devices Through Specifying Interaction Design -- Multi-fidelity Prototyping of User Interfaces -- User-Centered Design and Business Process Modeling: Cross Road in Rapid Prototyping Tools -- Ubiquitous Substitution -- Meta-design: Expanding Boundaries and Redistributing Control in Design -- Improving Users’ Comprehension of Changes with Animation and Sound: An Empirical Assessment -- Designing a Free Style, Indirect, and Interactive Storytelling Application for People with Aphasia -- Supporting the Planning and Organization of Multiple Activities in the Workplace -- Creators, Composers and Consumers: Experiences of Designing a Digital Library -- A Common Sense-Based On-Line Assistant for Training Employees -- Proactive Assistive Technology: An Empirical Study -- Use and Implications of a Shared, Forecasting Calendar -- Utilizing Sound Effects in Mobile User Interface Design -- Multimodal PDA Interfaces to Assist Drivers in Monitoring Their Vehicles -- The Adaptive Hybrid Cursor: A Pressure-Based Target Selection Technique for Pen-Based User Interfaces -- ThumbSpace: Generalized One-Handed Input for Touchscreen-Based Mobile Devices -- Optimizing on Mobile Usage Cost for the Lower Income Group: Insights and Recommendations -- Button Keyboard: A Very Small Keyboard with Universal Usability for Wearable Computing -- Electronic Communication: Themes from a Case Study of the Deaf Community -- Accessibility and Interactive TV: Design Recommendations for the Brazilian Scenario -- Guidelines for Designing Mobility and Orientation Software for Blind Children -- SymAB: Symbol-Based Address Book for the Semi-literate Mobile User -- Accessibility of Assistive Software Installation Interfaces -- Model-Driven Adaptation for Plastic User Interfaces -- The Beautification Process in Model-Driven Engineering of User Interfaces -- Consistency Priorities for Multi-device Design -- A Flexible Presentation Tool for Diverse Multi-display Environments -- A Pressure-Sensing Mouse Button for Multilevel Click and Drag -- DeskJockey: Exploiting Passive Surfaces to Display Peripheral Information -- Drag-and-Guess: Drag-and-Drop with Prediction -- Wave Menus: Improving the Novice Mode of Hierarchical Marking Menus -- Nearly-Integral Manipulation of Rotary Widgets -- CATKey: Customizable and Adaptable Touchscreen Keyboard with Bubble Cursor-Like Visual Feedback -- A Conceptual Framework for the Design and Evaluation of Affective Usability in Educational Geosimulation Systems -- TEMo-Chine: Tangible Emotion Machine -- Characterizing the Diversity in Users’ Perceptions -- Stay on the Ball! An Interaction Pattern Approach to the Engineering of Motivation -- Motivational Needs-Driven Mobile Phone Design -- Mobile Application for Increasing Contextual and Emotional Work Group Awareness -- Employing Dynamic Transparency for 3D Occlusion Management: Design Issues and Evaluation -- Towards Applicable 3D User Interfaces for Everyday Working Environments -- Dwell-Based Pointing in Applications of Human Computer Interaction -- A Miniature, One-Handed 3D Motion Controller -- Use Case Evaluation (UCE): A Method for Early Usability Evaluation in Software Development -- Evaluating Reduced-Functionality Interfaces According to Feature Findability and Awareness -- Playful Probing: Making Probing More Fun -- Do I Do What I Say?: Observed Versus Stated Privacy Preferences -- In and Out of the Hospital: The Hidden Interface of High Fidelity Research Via RFID -- Exploring Multiple Usability Perspectives.
INTERACT 2007 was the 11th of a series of INTERACT international conf- ences supported by the IFIP Technical Committee 13 on Huma – Computer Interaction. This year, INTERACT was held in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), or- nized by the Informatics Department at the Pontifcia Universidade Catlica do Rio de Janeiro, with the support of PETROBRAS, CGI. BR (Comit Gestor da Internet no Brasil), and Microsoft. Likeitspredecessors,INTERACT2007highlighted,toboththeacademicand industrialworld,theimportanceofthehuman–computerinteraction(HCI)area and its most recent breakthroughs on current applications. Both experienced HCI researchers and professionals, as well as newcomers to the HCI ?eld, int- ested in designing or evaluating interactive software, developing new interaction technologies, or investigating overarchingtheories of HCI, found in INTERACT 2007 a great forum to communicate with people with similar interests, to - courage collaboration, and to learn. INTERACT 2007 had “socially responsible interaction as its special theme. Human beings have evolved for many millennia; during most of that time, our major social contacts were within small, tightly knit groups who shared a c- mon language culture and physical context. In the last historical eyeblink, we rather suddenly ?nd ourselves part of a global community. We have very d- ferent cultures, languages, perspectives, and physical contexts. Moreover, as a species, we face the possibility of bringing about our own extinction if we c- not solvesome exceedinglychallengingproblems. Our individual brainpowerhas notincreasedsigni?cantlyin the last100,000years. Computing andcommuni- tion technologieso?er some potential, however,to increasegreatly our collective intelligence and creativity.