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9:00 to 10:30


Web Site Analysis

  • NetRaker Suite: A Demonstration
    Doug van Duyne, James Landay, Matthew Tarpy, NetRaker Corporation, USA
  • Designing Online Banner Advertisements: Should we Animate?
    Michelle Bayles, Wichita State University, USA
  • Statistical Profiles of Highly-Rated Web Site Interfaces
    Melody Ivory, Marti Hearst, UC Berkeley, USA


The World of Wireless and Kids

Allison Druin, University of Maryland, USA

Erik Strommen, Consultant, USA
Matt Barranca, Context-Based Research Group, USA
Heiko Sacher, GVO Interaction, USA
Deborah G. Tatar, SRI, USA
Elliot Solloway, University of Michigan, USA


Collaborative Filtering

  • Specifying Preferences Based on User History
    Loren Terveen, Jessica McMackin, Brian Amento, Will Hill, AT&T Labs - Research, USA
  • Observed Behavior and Perceived Value of Authors in Usenet Newsgroups: Bridging the Gap
    Andrew Fiore, Cornell University, USA
    Scott LeeTiernan, University of Washington, USA
    Marc Smith, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Diffusing Information in Organizational Settings: Learning from Experience
    Dave Snowdon, Xerox Research Centre Europe, UK

Hands-On Interfaces

  • A Tangible Interface for Organizing Information Using a Grid
    Robert Jacob, Tufts University & MIT Media Lab, USA
    Hiroshi Ishii, Gian Pangaro, James Patten, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Cognitive Cubes: A Tangible User Interface for Cognitive Assessment
    Ehud Sharlin, Lili Liu, Steve Sutphen, University of Alberta, Canada
    Yuichi Itoh, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Osaka University, Japan
    Benjamin Watson, Northwestern University, USA
  • Illuminating Clay: a 3-Dimensional Tangible Interface for Landscape Analysis
    Ben Piper, Carlo Ratti, Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab, USA

Practitioners Special Track - Usability in Practice

User Experience Lifecycle - Evolution and Revolution

Stephanie Rosenbaum, Tec-Ed, USA
Chauncey Wilson, Bentley College, USA

Karel Vredenburg, IBM, Canada
Timo Jokela, University of Oulu, Finland
Janice Rohn, Siebel Systems, USA
Trixi Smith, Lansing Comunity College, USA

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11:30 to 13:00


Visualizing Patterns

  • A Dynamic Query Interface for Finding Patterns in Time Series Data
    Harry Hochheiser, Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland, USA
  • SHriMP Views: An Interactive Environment for Information Visualization and Navigation
    Margaret-Anne Storey, MIT, USA
    Casey Best, Jeff Michaud, University of Victoria, Canada
    Derek Rayside, Marin Litoiu, IBM Centre for Advanced Studies (Toronto), Canada
    Mark Musen, Stanford University
  • Polyarchy Visualization: Visualizing Multiple Intersecting Hierarchies
    George Robertson, Kim Cameron, Mary Czerwinski, Daniel Robbins, Microsoft Research, USA


What the Best Usability Specialists are Made Of

Danielle Gobert, Fidelity Investments, USA

Virginia Howlett, Blue Sky Design, USA
Carolyn Snyder, Snyder Consulting, USA
Howard Tamler, HT Consulting, USA
Thomas Tullis, Fidelity Investments, USA
Chauncey Wilson, Bentley College, USA


Communities and Organizations

  • HutchWorld: Clinical Study of Computer-mediated Social Support for Cancer Patients and their Caregivers
    Shelly Farnham, Cheng Lili, Linda Stone, Melora Zaner-Godsey, Christopher Hibbeln, Microsoft, USA
    Janet Abrams, Karen Syrjala, Ann Marie Clark, Fred Hutchinson, Cancer Research Center, USA
  • Design as a Minority Discipline in a Software Company: Toward Requirements for a Community of Practice
    Michael Muller, Lotus Development Corporation, USA
    Kenneth Carey, IBM Research, USA
  • Designing for Improved Social Responsibility, User Participation and Content in On-Line Communities
    Sean Kelly, Microsoft Corporation, USA
    Christopher Sung, eTonal media, USA


  • Unremarkable Computing
    Peter Tolmie, James Pycock, Tim Diggins, Allan MacLean, Alain Karsenty, Xerox Research Centre Europe, UK
  • Comparing Paper and Tangible, Multimodal Tools
    David McGee, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
    Philip Cohen, R. Matthews Wesson, Sheilah Horman, Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology, USA
  • Making Sense of Sensing Systems: Five Questions for Designers and Researchers
    Victoria Bellotti, Maribeth Back, W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca Grinter, Cristina Lopes, Xerox PARC, USA
    Austin Henderson, Rivendel Consulting & Design, USA

Invited Session

Ask Jakob

Chris Noddler, Microsoft, USA

Jakob Nielsen, Nielsen Norman Group, USA

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14:30 to 16:00


Getting Real About Speech: Overdue or Overhyped?

Frankie James, SAP Labs, USA

Bruce Balentine, Enterprise Integration Group, USA
John Makhoul, BBN Technologies, USA
Clifford Nass, Stanford University, USA
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland, USA


Group Spaces

  • Sotto Voce: Exploring the Interplay of Conversation and Mobile Audio Spaces
    Paul Aoki, Rebecca Grinter, Margaret Szymanski, James Thornton, Allison Woodruff, Xerox PARC, USA
    Amy Hurst, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • Age-old Practices in the 'New World': A Study of Gift-giving between Teenage Mobile Phone Users
    Alex Taylor, Richard Harper, University of Surrey, UK
  • Finding Others Online: Reputation Systems for Social Online Spaces
    Carlos Jensen, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    John Davis, Shelly Farnham, Microsoft Research, USA

Design Methods

  • Groupware Walkthrough: Adding Context to Groupware Usability Evaluation
    David Pinelle, Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Cognitive Walkthrough for the Web
    Marilyn Hughes Blackmon, Peter Polson, Clayton Lewis, University of Colorado, USA
    Muneo Kitajima, National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology, Japan
  • A Survey of User-Centered Design Practice
    Karel Vredenburg, Paul Smith, IBM, Canada
    Ji-Ye Mao, Tom Carey, University of Waterloo, Canada

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16:30 to 18:00

Closing Plenary

Interfaces for Alternate, Automated and Involuntary Experiences: Prosthetics, Robotics and Remote Operational Systems.

Stelarc is an Australian artist who has performed extensively in Japan, Europe and the USA- including new music, dance festivals and experimental theatre. He has used medical instruments, prosthetics, robotics, Virtual Reality systems and the Internet for art performances.

In 1997 he was appointed Honorary Professor of Art and Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. He was Artist-In-Residence for Hamburg City in 1998. In 2000 he was awarded an honorary Degree of Law by Monash University. He is now Principal Research Fellow in the Performance Arts Digital Research Unit at The Nottingham Trent University, UK. His art is represented by the Sherman Galleries in Sydney.

In his presentation he will explore alternate, intimate and involuntary interfaces with the body, demonstrating a muscle stimulation system for remote choreography of the body.

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