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  • Title: Welcome | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: .. Irish HCI 2009 conference.. Program.. Register.. Attending.. Authors.. Organisation.. CFP.. Welcome.. Update: Conference proceedings now.. available on-line.. I-HCI 2009 is the third conference of the Irish HCI Community.. It includes a rich program of interest to both industry practitioner or researcher along with academia.. This program includes an.. IxDA Industry Session.. , a.. tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users.. offered by Prof.. Helen Petrie and colleagues from the Univ.. of York, a.. workshop on experience, usability, and functionality: exploring the components of interaction.. , organised by HFRG, UCC and UL.. Along with a peer reviwed regular, short paper and student paper program (.. see full program.. ).. I-HCI 2009 will be held in Trinity College Dublin on the 17th and 18th of September it is organised and sponsored by the.. School of Computer Science and Statistics.. , Trinity College Dublin and the..  ...   evolving with the establishment of the.. ACM SIGCHI chapter.. and as such the 2009 program will not be based around a specific theme.. Instead, we have encouraged submissions on novel HCI concepts, insightful surveys of existing work, or concrete, significant, transferable research based on the implementation and evaluation of a working system.. Speculative short papers (upto 4 pages) may report work in progress or an interesting idea that is not yet fully developed.. I-HCI 2009 follows on from the great success of the past two conference events, I-HCI 2008 at the University College Cork, September 19th 20th and I-HCI 2007 in the University of Limerick on May 2nd.. Thanks to the authors for some of the papers to be presented at I-HCI for their research images which are displayed on cover of the proceedings.. Primary links.. RSS.. ,.. XHTML.. CSS.. |.. Drupal Themes Design.. by SEOposition.. com..

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  • Title: Program | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: Home.. Irish HCI Conference - 17th-18th September 2009, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.. On-line Proceedings.. 17th September.. IxDA Industry Session (morning).. Location: Lloyd Building Room LB01 (.. see map of TCD.. Time: 9.. 30am - 12.. 30pm (morning session) (registration from 8.. 30 - 9.. 30).. The IxDA Industry Session will involve presentations for a series of industry practitioners.. Organiser:.. Ben Arent.. TRIL Centre.. Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory.. Presenters:.. Niamh Phelan, Analyst, iQ Content Limited.. Henry Poskitt, Frontend.. com.. Frank Long, Frontend.. Des Traynor, Contrast -.. http://www.. destraynor.. com/.. [.. More Details.. ].. Tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users (Prof.. Helen Petrie, Univ.. of York).. (afternoon).. ).. Time: 1.. 30pm - 5.. 30pm (afternoon session) (registration from 8.. This workshop will consider the differences characteristics of older and disabled people, their attitudes and use of technologies and methodologies for how to design technologies (from websites to mobile phones) that are attractive and usable for these groups.. An added bonus is that it has been repeated shown that technologies that are designed inclusively for the needs of disabled and older people, are also more attractive and usable by all users.. Workshop on Experience, Usability, and Functionality: Exploring the components of interaction, Organised by HFRG, UCC and UL.. (all day).. Location: Lloyd Building Room 1.. 07 (.. 30am - 5pm (registration from 8.. Evaluation of computer systems is an essential activity in their development, design and implementation.. There currently exists a wide range of evaluation techniques assessing qualities such as: satisfaction, usability, efficiency, learnability, and so forth.. This workshop aims to develop this model and explore the practical implications of applying a multi-component model to HCI research and design.. 18th September Research Program.. 00am - 6.. 00pm (all day research program session) (registration from 8.. 00).. Registration.. 8.. 00.. 9.. 00 - 9.. 07.. Saturnino Luz, Gavin Doherty and Aaron Quigley.. Keynote.. 57.. Professor Barry Smyth - Towards Web Search 3.. 0.. After years of relatively limited technological innovation the Google-dominated world of Web Search is beginning to change.. In this talk we will discuss where Web search may be heading, focusing on a number of large-scale research projects that are trying to develop the next big thing in Web search.. We will consider some important recent initiatives on how to improve the quality of the Web search experience by helping search engines to respond to our individual needs  ...   - 12.. 42.. Mary Joyce and Jurek Kirakowski.. Internet attitudes and self-efficacy: a review.. 42 - 12.. 55.. Nora O Murchu.. Understanding Adaptive Design and User Experience.. Lunch.. 55 - 2.. Research Poster session.. Session 4.. Julie Doyle, TRIL/UCD.. 2.. 00 - 2.. 13.. Mary Barry, Aidan Kehoe and Ian Pitt.. Eye Tracking applied to Educational Software for Special Needs Learners.. 13 - 2.. 33.. Sonja Hermann, Brian Caulfield, Lucy Dunne and Barry Smyth.. Field Evaluation of SitSense A Wearable Posture Monitoring Interface for Computer Users.. 33 - 2.. 53.. Tracey Mehigan, Ian Pitt and Mary Barry.. Individual Learner Styles Inference Using Eye Tracking Technology.. Session 5.. Jurek Kirakowski.. HFRG/UCC.. 53 - 3.. 06.. Nina Horstra, Hans Weda and Pieter Jan Stappers.. Enhancing the exchange of daily experiences following a user-centered approach.. 3.. 06 - 3.. 26.. Andre Freire, Helen Petrie and Christopher Power.. Deconstructing Web Accessibility Metrics.. 26 - 4.. Session 6.. Luigina Ciolfi, IDC/UL.. 4.. 00 - 4.. 20.. Dina Salah, Helen Petrie and Richard Paige.. Towards a Framework for Bridging User-Centred Design and Agile Software Development Processes.. 20 - 4.. 40.. Allen Higgins.. Software Co-Design Work: Episodic Analysis of Creative Production.. 40 - 4.. Anders Sigfridsson.. Learning Processes in Distributed Software Development: A PhD Thesis Synopsis.. Session 7.. Mike Bennett, Clarity/UCD.. 53 - 5.. Yi Chen and Gareth Jones.. Exploring Digital Elements for Visualizing Time in Personal Information Re-finding.. 5.. 06 - 5.. 19.. Timothy McNichols.. Examining the Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality on Consumer Learning.. 19 - 5.. 32.. Nikiforos Karamanis and Saturnino Luz.. Interaction strategies by a non-English speaker in Dublin and their relation to Machine Translation.. 32 - 5.. 45.. Bridget Kane, Saturnino Luz and James Meaney.. Perception of movement and orientation in digital medical imaging.. Closing Remarks.. 45 - 6.. Gavin Doherty.. Note: Short paper presenters will have 8 minutes for presentation with 5 for questions while full paper presenters will have 15 minutes for presentataion with 5 for questions.. Posters (12.. 55-2.. 00):.. Stephan Weibelzahl and Abigail Reynolds.. Usability Testing of e-Learning in Practice; Lessons Learned.. Stephan Schlogl and Duncan P.. Brumby.. Do logos and brand labels impact peoples selection behaviour in web search.. Noirin Curran.. There are no computer-free days.. Marc McLoughlin.. Deploying Assemblies : developing a framework for understanding interaction in multi device ubicomp settings.. Dave Jeffery.. Advancing Usability of VREs by Promoting Loose Coupling.. Attachment.. Size.. pdficon_small.. gif.. 361 bytes..

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  • Title: Registration | Irish HCI 2009 conference
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  • Title: Attending | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: To attend any of the IHCI 2009 session please complete the.. online registration form.. Payment will be collected upon registration on the 17th or 18th of Sept.. (Please note, letters for visa support will only be issued to those with accepted papers).. The registration fee of 50 euro includes the coffee breaks and sandwiches for lunch, and a copy of the proceedings, but does not include evening meals or accommodation.. The program includes events on both the 17th and 18th of Sept.. Sept 17th:.. Please note some sessions are all day, some are half day.. Thursday 17th Sept: IxDA Industry Session (morning).. Thursday 17th Sept: Tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users (Prof.. Thursday 17th  ...   currently available (at time of writing) in Trinity College Dublin.. these can be booked online.. TCD is in the city centre any city centre hotel or guesthouse should be fine.. Check out.. visitdublin.. or other hotel booking websites.. The following are a number of useful travel sites for planning a visit to Ireland and Dublin.. These are some sites you might find useful when travelling to i-hci 2009 in Dublin:.. Dublin Transportation Office: Walking and Cycling Journey Planner.. iWalks, free podcast audio guides.. Dublin Bus Navigator.. Softguide Dublin | Street Map.. Dublin Bus.. Cheap Eats : diningtreats.. Entertainment Ireland.. Music, Clubs, Theatre.. Entertainment in Ireland and What's On In Dublin.. Current Traffic Conditions.. Online tourist office for Dublin..

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  • Title: Authors | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: All papers will be reviewed by a national program committee with appropriate expertise.. I-HCI 2009 aims to be inclusive and will accept a broad range of research papers which are of a high quality to ensure a technically engaging program.. Paper Details.. The ideal full paper (upto 8 pages) for i-HCI should provide novel HCI concepts, an insightful survey of existing work, introduce concrete, significant, transferable research based on the implementation and evaluation of a working system.. A short paper (upto 4 pages) by contrast may report work in progress or an interesting idea that is not yet fully developed.. It's important that submitted papers are of a length  ...   would like to present a paper at the conference, please submit initially a 1,000 word abstract.. When making your submission, you should clearly indicate whether you intend to submit a Full or Short paper.. Full technical papers should be at most, eight (8) 2-column pages long.. Short technical papers and Student papers should be, at most, four (4) 2-column pages long.. Plese follow the formatting instructions below.. Paper Format and Submission.. Papers must be formatted according to.. the ACM SIG proceedings template.. , and submitted as.. PDF.. files though the.. paper submission system.. All accepted papers will be contained in the conference proceedings which will be published with an ISBN..

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  • Title: Organisation | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: Conference Chairs.. Gavin Doherty, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Aaron Quigley, University College Dublin, Ireland.. Program Chair.. Saturnino Luz, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Program Committee.. Annette Aboulafia, University of Limerick, Ireland.. Khurshid Ahmad, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Gabriela Avram, University of Limerick, Ireland.. Liam Bannon, University of Limerick, Ireland.. Mike Bennett, University College Dublin, Ireland.. Matt Mouley Bouamrane, University of Manchester, UK.. Luigina Ciolfi, University of Limerick, Ireland.. Michael Cooke, University of Limerick, Ireland.. David Coyle, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. John Dingliana, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Julie Doyle, University College Dublin, Ireland.. Enda Fallon, NUI Galway, Ireland.. Cathal Gurrin, Dublin City University, Ireland.. Sonja  ...   Ireland.. Dr.. Jurek Kirakowski, University College Cork, Ireland.. Gerard Lacey, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Hyowon Lee, Dublin City University, Ireland.. Masood Masoodian, The University of Waikato, New Zealand.. John McCarthy, University College Cork, Ireland.. Tim Mcnichols, IADT, Ireland.. Michael McTear, University of Ulster, UK.. Ian Pitt, University College Cork, Ireland.. Gavin Russell, University College Cork, Ireland.. Thomas Rist, Univ.. of Applied Sciences, Germany.. Alan Smeaton, Dublin City University, Ireland.. Cristiano Storni, University of Limerick, Ireland.. Ielka van der Sluis, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Conor Upton, Intel, Ireland.. William Wong, Middlesex University, UK.. Judith Wusteman, University College Dublin, Ireland.. Sponsors.. , Trinity College Dublin..

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  • Title: Call for Papers | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: Call for Papers.. HCI researchers, students and practitioners are invited to participate in I-HCI 2009, a two-day conference to be held at Trinity College Dublin on the 17th and 18th of September.. The conference will include long and short papers from practitioners and researchers along with new tracks and events for the 2009 conference.. Broadly HCI is interested in augmenting human activity and enriching experience.. As the Irish HCI community is evolving there will not be a specific theme for I-HCI 2009 but instead we aim to develop targeted pre-conference thematic workshops based on our common interests.. While retaining its grounding in the sciences of computing, usability and interaction, HCI now also draws its insights, influences, and challenges from creative, critical discourses in the social sciences, arts and humanities.. Papers in any area of HCI are welcome and encouraged.. Submissions should report original work that has not been previously published.. Contributions that advance the theory or practice of any aspect of HCI are welcome.. This includes for example theoretical papers, practice case studies, empirical evaluation and methodological work.. Topics of interest include.. Collaborative System UIs.. Computer-Mediated Communication and Online Communities.. Design Methods.. End-User Programming and Adaptation.. Ethnography and design-oriented fieldwork.. Evaluation Methods.. Human-Centered software engineering.. Hypermedia  ...   work in progress or an interesting idea that is not yet fully developed, you may prefer to submit a Short Paper.. When published in the proceedings, Full Papers will be 8 pages long and Short Papers will be four pages long.. Some short papers may be invited to expand upon the work into a full paper.. We aim to report on an acceptance rate for both short and long papers separately.. Students are encouraged to submit short papers (max.. 4 pages) for the Student Papers session.. The conference proceedings will contain all papers, Full, Short and Student, and will be published with an ISBN.. When making your submission, you should clearly indicate whether you intend to submit a a Full, Short or Student paper.. For more details on how to format and submit your contribution, please see these.. instructions for authors.. Important Dates.. Abstracts due:.. 24th May 2009.. 1st June 2009.. (extended).. Short/Full Papers:.. 12th June 2009.. 15 June 2009.. Author notification: 23rd July 2009.. Camera-ready papers due: 21st August 2009.. Conference starts: 17th - 18th September 2009.. Saturnino Luz, Trinity College Dublin - Program Chair.. Elisabeth Andre, University of Augsburg, Germany.. Aaron Quigley, University College Dublin, Ireland.. Venue.. Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.. Website.. :.. i-hci.. org..

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  • Title: IxDA Industry Session | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: The IxDA Industry Session will involve presentations from a series of industry practitioners.. Session: IxDA Industry Session.. Registration: To attend this session you must.. register for i-HCI 2009 and pay the regular 50 or student fee 30.. This session will start with a brief introduction to Web Analytics by Niamh Phelan.. Peter McKenna will then discuss implementing Google Analytics.. We will assume no prior knowledge of analytics but will progress quickly to.. advanced techniques that yield high return in the form of customer insight and low cost issue detection.. Having brought the audience up to speed on the basics, Niamh will progress to setting up and analysing goals and funnels in GA for the purpose of detecting usability issues.. We will then introduce implementing and analysing front end tracking, including tracking downloads, and the insights into customer behaviour that can be revealed.. We will conclude with a brief synopsis of the most advanced topics in the field, including session recording with Clicktale, testing with the Web Optimiser and personalisation using Omniture.. Out of box experience (OOBE) describes the users' first interactions with anew product.. In technical products this invariably involves plugging stuffin, installing some software and crossing your fingers in the hope that the product will work.. The problem is that, in far too many cases, it doesn't.. A recent  ...   using this technique.. The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of using personas.. An experiment was conducted over a period of 5 weeks using students from NCAD.. The results showed that, through using personas, designs with superior usability characteristics were produced.. They also indicate that using personas provides a significant advantage during the research and conceptualisation stages of the design process (supporting previously unfounded claims).. The study also investigated the effects of using different presentation methods to present personas and concluded that photographs worked better than illustrations, and that visual storyboards were more effective in presenting task scenarios than text only versions.. Designing for mobile context.. Modern devices deceive designers into believing that designing for mobile is a solved problem.. After almost a decade spent struggling to re-create the Internet on mobile phones, the emergence of Opera Mobile, Mobile Safari, Android Webkit, and the Palm WebOS has meant that most websites can now be considered mobile ready.. However as the mobile context has become ubiquitous, it is now apparent to end users, and businesses that recreating the desktop experience on a phone is not desirable.. This talk covers some experiences designing mobile applications addressing a mobile context, and walks through the design decisions to be made when writing applications for mobile devices , specifically iPhone and android handsets..

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  • Title: Tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: Tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users.. Tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users at i-HCI 2009.. Thursday 17th September.. Tutorial: Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users.. Registration: To attend this tutorial you must.. Organisers:.. Helen Petrie, Christopher Power and David Swallow.. HCI Research Group, Department of Computer Science, University of York.. We live in a rapidly aging society.. According to recent United Nations statistics [1], one out of every ten people in the world is now aged 60 years or older, in Europe the figure is one in every five people.. While current cohorts of older people have grown up without extensive use of digital technologies, as the post-World War II generations age (the baby boomers , the first of whom have now started retiring), they will be much more familiar with such technologies.. So there are a number of drivers to push the design of technologies for older and disabled users: older people inevitably have at least minor disabilities, often several disabilities that interact with each other; the need and desire to live independently into older age; and the desire to continue using familiar technologies.. Workshop facilitators:.. Helen Petrie is Head of the HCI Group and a Professor of Human-Computer Interaction in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York in the UK.. She has been involved in many research projects on the design and evaluation of technology for disabled and elderly people, including 12 EU-funded projects.. She recently led the team that conducted the largest and most comprehensive study of the accessibility of the Web for people with disabilities for the Disability Rights Commission.. She was also  ...   developing test methodologies for web accessibility and on the definition of fundamental web accessibility measures on colour contrast discrimination by various groups of users.. His current work is in participation with the EU4ALL project on accessibility of elearning for people with disabilities.. He currently serves as a programme committee member for accessibility conferences (ADDW, W4A) and is an editor for the ISO Access for All standard.. David Swallow is a Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York.. He received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of York, where he specialised in the psychological aspects of Human-Computer Interaction.. David s interest in Interaction Design was further developed in his pursuit of a Master's degree in Information Processing and the Man-Machine Interface, also at the University of York, where he focused upon the user experience of mobile 'smart' phones.. David is currently involved in EU4ALL - a project funded by the European Union that aims to develop an open service-orientated architecture that will support accessible lifelong learning by disabled and older adults.. He has also been involved in BenToWeb - a European Union funded project with the aim of developing benchmarking tools and methodologies to determine the accessibility of websites, and TENUTA - a project funded by the European Union to provide accessibility and usability support to projects funded under the eTen Programme.. Having worked as a web developer, David specialises in the creation of accessible standards-compliant websites and also serves as a programme committee member for the Accessible Design in the Digital World conference.. [1] United Nations Secretariat, Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs.. www.. un.. org/ageing/popageing.. html..

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  • Title: User Experience Workshop | Irish HCI 2009 conference
    Descriptive info: User Experience Workshop.. User Experience Workshop at i-HCI 2009.. Thursday 17th September 2009.. Workshop: Experience, Usability, and Functionality: Exploring the components of interaction.. Registration: To attend this workshop you must.. Jurek Kirakowski, HFRG, University College Cork.. Eve Griffin, People and Technology Group, University College Cork.. Michael Brown, HFRG, University College Cork.. Noirin Curran, People and Technology Group, University College Cork.. Mary Joyce, People and Technology Group, University College Cork.. Click here.. for a more detailed description of this workshop.. Abstract.. More recently, the importance of evaluating the wider relationship between people and technology has been acknowledged.. This paradigm shift has led to the emergence of new concepts surrounding user experience, for example, engagement, pleasure, presence, and fun, to name a few.. It is apparent that these components represent important aspects of HCI that are often omitted by traditional approaches to evaluation.. McNamara and Kirakowski (2007) propose a three-component model for interaction, identifying functionality, usability and experience as the key components of any human-computer interaction.. The vast majority of research and design methodologies focus on only one of these aspects, describing only part of the interaction.. While multi-method approaches can be used to allow for each of these aspects to be examined, this can often be both expensive and time-consuming.. Aims and Goals.. Discuss the implications of a multi component approach to HCI research and design.. Disseminate knowledge of this approach.. Critically evaluate and expand on this approach.. Discover the range of methods suitable for analysis.. To develop a practical framework for application.. Activities.. This workshop will involve three key actives..  ...   summary.. Discussion and future developments.. The final activity of the day will take the form of open discussion among all participants of the workshop.. The themes to be addressed will be: the sufficiency of the three-component model, and the implications of its application.. Timetable.. 9:30-10:40: Introductions and Presentations.. 10:40-11:00: Morning Break.. 11:00-12:30: Focus Groups.. 12:30-13:30: Lunch.. 13:30-15:00: Collation and Presentation of Results.. 15:00-15:30: Evening Break.. 15:30-17:00: Discussion and Conclusions.. Participants.. It is estimated that 16-20 participants will be involved in this workshop.. Participants from a diverse backgrounds and expertise are welcome.. Areas of research which would be appropriate include HCI, Computer Science, CSCW, and Interaction Design.. Participants are requested to submit an abstract of not more than 500 words.. Abstracts should be sent to Eve Griffin (.. e.. griffin@ucc.. ie.. ) no later than August 28th, 2009.. Submissions are invited that report findings in the area of HCI and explore one or more aspects of interaction as detailed above.. Findings should be discussed in terms of usability, user experience, functionality or a combination of these components of interaction.. In addition to the abstracts (which will be made available to all accepted participants), participants will be asked to give a short presentation (approximately five minutes) during the first segment of the workshop, reporting their findings.. The abstracts will be evaluated by the workshop organisers and authors of accepted/non-accepted contributions will be notified no later than September 4th, 2009.. The maximum amount of participants that will be accepted is 20.. Any additional information regarding this workshop may be obtained from Eve Griffin (..

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