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Draft timetable

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Provisional programme

Paper session 1, Thursday 11am-noon

  • FreeForm: An Informal Environment for Interface Prototyping
    Beryl Plimmer, Mark Apperley
    Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand
  • Analysing Mouse and Pen Gestures
    Michael Moyle, Andy Cockburn
    University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Tools for the Selection of Colour Palettes
    Giovanni Moretti, Paul Lyons
    Massey University, New Zealand

Paper session 2, Thursday 2.00pm-3.30pm

  • A Taxonomy of User Interface Metaphors
    Pippin Barr, Robert Biddle, James Noble
    Victoria University, New Zealand
  • The Effect Of Display And Image Type On Inter-Object Distance Estimation in Virtual and Real Environments
    Dayang R. Awang-Rambli, Roy S. Kalawsky
    Loughborough University, UK
  • Virtual and a Real Table for Creating Inter-real Virtual Space
    Shigeru Wesugi, Yoshiyuki Miwa
    Waseda University, Japan

Paper session 3, Thursday 4.00pm-5.30pm

  • The high level design of object-oriented user interfaces: a review of methods
    Liz Kemp, Chris Phillips
    Massey University, New Zealand
  • GUI Migration across Heterogeneous Java Profiles
    Candy Wong, Hao-hua Chu, Masaji Katagiri
    DoCoMo Communications Laboratories, USA
  • A Lightweight Web-Based Case Tool for Sequence Diagrams
    Rilla Khaled, Dan MacKay, Robert Biddle, James Noble
    Victoria University, New Zealand

Paper session 4, Friday 9.30am-10.30am

  • Designing software for unusual users: the severely/profoundly intellectually handicapped
    Sally Jo Cunningham
    University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Dealing with application complexity when designing for older users
    Dan Hawthorn
    UNITEC, New Zealand

Paper session 5, Friday 11am-12.30pm

  • Design of Interactive Television Programs
    Leena Eronen
    Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
  • Designing an interface for supporting information visualisation in eLearning discussion forums
    David Hamilton David Hunt Chris Knowles
    Waikato Innovation Centre for Electronic Education, New Zealand
  • Experiences developing a thin-client, multi-device travel planning application
    John Grundy, Weiguo Jin
    University of Auckland, New Zealand

Paper session 6, Friday 1.30pm-2.30pm

  • An Experimental Speech to Graphics System
    Andrew Golightly, Tony Smith
    University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Application of Imperfect Speech Recognition to Navigation and Editing of Audio Documents
    Mark Apperley, Orion Edwards, Sam Jansen, Masood Masoodian, Sam McKoy, Bill Rogers, Tony Voyle, David Ware
    University of Waikato, New Zealand

Keynote Speakers:

Harold Thimbleby, UCLIC, London UK.

Jon Labrie, Weta Digital Ltd.

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