Papers are online for the Alt-HCI trcak of British HCI conference in September.
These are papers that are trying in various ways to push the limits of HCI, and we would like as many people as possible to join in discussion around them … and this discussion will be part of process for deciding which papers are presented at the conference, and possibly how long we give them!
Here are the papers — please visit the site, comment, discuss, Tweet/Facebook about them.
paper #154 — How good is this conference? Evaluating conference reviewing and selectivity
do conference reviews get it right? is it possible to measure this?
paper #165 — Hackinars: tinkering with academic practice
doing vs talking – would you swop seminars for hack days?
paper #170 — Deriving Global Navigation from Taxonomic Lexical Relations
website design – can you find perfect words and structure for everyone?
paper #181 — User Experience Study of Multiple Photo Streams Visualization
lots of photos, devices, people – how to see them all?
paper #186 — You Only Live Twice or The Years We Wasted Caring about Shoulder-Surfing
are people peeking at your passwords? what’s the real security problem?
paper #191 — Constructing the Cool Wall: A Tool to Explore Teen Meanings of Cool
do you want to make thing teens think cool? find out how!
paper #201 — A computer for the mature: what might it look like, and can we get there from here?
over 50s have 80% of wealth, do you design well for them?
paper #222 — Remediation of the wearable space at the intersection of wearable technologies and interactive architecture
wearable technology meets interactive architecture
paper #223 — Designing Blended Spaces
where real and digital worlds collide