July 2005 HCI research in privacy and security
- Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, Carolyn Brodie:
Why HCI research in privacy and security is critical now.
- Rogério de Paula, Xianghua Ding, Paul Dourish, Kari Nies, Ben Pillet, David F. Redmiles, Jie Ren, Jennifer Ann Rode, Luiz Roberto Silva Filho:
In the eye of the beholder: A visualization-based approach to information system security.
- Roy A. Maxion, Robert W. Reeder:
Improving user-interface dependability through mitigation of human error.
- Volker Roth, Tobias Straub, Kai Richter:
Security and usability engineering with particular attention to electronic mail.
- Bruce Beckles, Von Welch, Jim Basney:
Mechanisms for increasing the usability of grid security.
- Susan Wiedenbeck, Jim Waters, Jean-Camille Birget, Alex Brodskiy, Nasir D. Memon:
PassPoints: Design and longitudinal evaluation of a graphical password system.
- Antonella De Angeli, Lynne M. Coventry, Graham Johnson, Karen Renaud:
Is a picture really worth a thousand words? Exploring the feasibility of graphical authentication systems.
- John Karat, Clare-Marie Karat, Carolyn Brodie, Jinjuan Feng:
- Anne Adams, Ann Blandford:
Bridging the gap between organizational and user perspectives of security in the clinical domain.
- Carlos Jensen, Colin Potts, Christian Jensen:
Privacy practices of Internet users: Self-reports versus observed behavior.
- Blaine A. Price, Karim Adam, Bashar Nuseibeh:
Keeping ubiquitous computing to yourself: A practical model for user control of privacy.
- Linda Little, Pamela Briggs, Lynne M. Coventry:
Public space systems: Designing for privacy?
October 2005 Computer support for creativity
- Ernest A. Edmonds, Linda Candy:
Computer support for creativity.
- Todd Lubart:
How can computers be partners in the creative process: Classification and commentary on the Special Issue.
- Robert J. Sternberg:
Creativity or creativities?
- Thomas T. Hewett:
Informing the design of computer-based environments to support creativity.
- Ted Selker:
Fostering motivation and creativity for computer users.
- Nathalie Bonnardel, Evelyne Cauzinille-Marmèche:
Towards supporting evocation processes in creative design: A cognitive approach.
- Winslow Burleson:
Developing creativity, motivation, and self-actualization with learning systems.
- Ernest A. Edmonds, Alastair Weakley, Linda Candy, Mark Fell, Roger Knott, Sandra Pauletto:
The studio as laboratory: Combining creative practice and digital technology research.
- Gerhard Fischer, Elisa Giaccardi, Hal Eden, Masanori Sugimoto, Yunwen Ye:
Beyond binary choices: Integrating individual and social creativity.
- Yasuhiro Yamamoto, Kumiyo Nakakoji:
Interaction design of tools for fostering creativity in the early stages of information design.
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