HCDE Students and Faculty Shine at 2009 IPCC Conference

Saturday, July 25, 2009

The 2009 IPCC Conference was held July 19–22 in Hawaii. Students and faculty from the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) attended and presented in record numbers:

  • Jan Spyridakis: Excellence: A State of Mind—A Process of Mutual Discovery
  • Chad Driesbach, Rebecca Walton, Beth Kolko, Aidai Seidakmatova: Asking Internet Users to Explain Non-Use in Kyrgyzstan
  • Irini K. Spyridakis: Multimedia and Culture: Globalization vs. Localization of World Music Videos in the Internet Age
  • Cynthia Putnam, Emma Rose, Rebecca Walton, Beth Kolko: Mobile phone users in Kyrgyzstan: A case study of identifying user requirements for diverse users
  • Katie Derthick, Natasha Jones, Randy Dowell, Justin McDavid, David Mattern, Jan Spyridakis: Effectiveness of Plain Language in Environmental Policy Documentation for the General Public
  • Robert B. Watson: Improving Software API Usability through Text Analysis: A Case Study
  • Alexander Thayer, Thérèse E. Dugan: Achieving Design Enlightenment: Defining a New User Experience Measurement Framework
  • Quan Zhou, David Farkas: QuikScan: Facilitating Reading and Information Navigation Through Innovative Document Formatting
  • Sella Rush, Sajanee Halko, Brett Masker, Elisabeth Cuddihy, Jaayden Halko,Kate Mobrand, Jan Spyridakis: Internet-Based Research for the Desktop and Beyond: Building a Foundation of Excellence for Information Design on the Web
  • Sandy Bartell, Katherine Brown: Secrets to Managing a Large Documentation Project Virtually—Process, Technology, and Group Ethos: Lessons Learned