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Funology 2: from usability to enjoyment (2nd ed.)
Blythe M., Monk A., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2018. 561 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319682-12-9)
This was an unusual book for me to review, far removed from my comfort zone of developer environments and programming languages. This book is purely about human-computer interaction (HCI). It consists of 35 distinct essays, averaging about 15 page...
Aug 30 2021
HTML5-based system for interoperable 3D digital home applications
Zorrilla M., Martin A., Sanchez J., Tamayo I., Olaizola I. Multimedia Tools and Applications 71(2): 533-553, 2014. Type: Article
While the research described in this paper is interesting, the content of the paper fails to communicate either the concepts under review or the importance or detail of the research that was conducted due to grammatical and editorial errors. Conse...
Oct 24 2014
Understanding visualization: a formal approach using category theory and semiotics
Vickers P., Faith J., Rossiter N. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 19(6): 1048-1061, 2013. Type: Article
The authors of this paper present a simple, elegant top-level business model of visualization using a combination of basic concepts from semiotics and category theory. The model may be used as a framework for understanding visualization and reason...
Dec 3 2013
Guiding attention in controlled real-world environments
Booth T., Sridharan S., McNamara A., Grimm C., Bailey R. SAP 2013 (Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, Dublin, Ireland, Aug 22-23, 2013) 75-82, 2013. Type: Proceedings
I found this paper somewhat disappointing. Although the work presented has a novel quality, it does not break much ground....
Nov 21 2013
User interface design by sketching: a complexity analysis of widget representations
Kieffer S., Coyette A., Vanderdonckt J. EICS 2010 (Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems, Berlin, Germany, Jun 19-23, 2010) 57-66, 2010. Type: Proceedings
For efficient and effective pen-based sketching of user interface designs, what widget representations are best? To answer this question, the authors of this paper undertook two experiments. The first identified users’ preferences for repres...
Jul 14 2011
Bokode: imperceptible visual tags for camera based interaction from a distance
Mohan A., Woo G., Hiura S., Smithwick Q., Raskar R. ACM Transactions on Graphics 28(3): 1-8, 2009. Type: Article
The automatic identification of objects at a distance, using an applied device or tag, is a very powerful application of technology. While radio frequency identification (RFID), optical coding, and robust character recognition are all used for thi...
Mar 24 2010
As time goes by: integrated visualization and analysis of dynamic networks
Pohl M., Reitz F., Birke P. AVI 2008 (Proceedings of the Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, Napoli, Italy, May 28-30, 2008) 372-375, 2008. Type: Proceedings
The rapidly changing profiles of traffic on Internet networks require visualization and statistical analysis tools amenable to simultaneous visual contrasts of numerous network designs and performance. Network administration and security managemen...
Aug 25 2009
StoryTags: once upon a time, there was a photo
Tomás N., Guerreiro T., Gonçalves D. CHI 2009 (Proceedings of the 27th International Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Boston, MA, Apr 4-9, 2009) 3967-3972, 2009. Type: Proceedings
An important issue related to photo tagging is addressed in this paper. The authors propose using a narrative method to tag photos, by providing users with the possibility of telling a story about their photos....
May 21 2009
Data visualization: principles and practice
Telea A., A. K. Peters, Ltd., 2007. 460 pp. Type: Book
Many application packages and programming languages provide some graphic capabilities to view results of data processing. Often enough, this is for standard needs, but data visualization is something more, and Telea’s book proves it: data vi...
Jan 7 2009
In-car interaction using search-based user interfaces
Graf S., Spiessl W., Schmidt A., Winter A., Rigoll G. Human factors in computing systems (Proceeding of the Twenty-sixth Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Florence, Italy, Apr 5-10, 2008) 1685-1688, 2008. Type: Proceedings
In-vehicle information systems are becoming increasingly prevalent in cars. In addition to the usual issues associated with designing a user interface, these devices must be designed in such a way that they do not compromise driving safety. Most s...
Sep 12 2008
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