Museums and the Web Conference, Vancouver 2005: A Review - 1 June 2005by Eleanor Lisney in Reviews-and-Interviews
It is now almost obligatory for a museum to have some kind of web presence. Visitors check for opening times, events, exhibitions and facilities before or after a visit and use the website. ...
Tools of Inspiration - 4 April 2005by Ann Light in Reviews-and-Interviews
Accessibility tools are not the most glamorous of playthings. More often than not, you make do with a toolbar across your browser; a set of guidelines, or, at best, heuristics; and, if you are lucky, a screen-reader. ...
Narrative vs Control in the Online Story World - 4 March 2005by Ann Light in Reviews-and-Interviews
How much control should users be able to take over the system they are using? Within HCI, the challenge is usually to give control of technology to users; be it through accessible design, or, more generally, by making paths clear and choices apparent….
Report: HITS is a welcome Collaboration of Design and Business - 2 January 2005by Nico Macdonald in Reviews-and-Interviews
A year ago the first HITS: Humans, Interaction, Technology, Strategyconference took place at the Chicago Historical Society (16-17 October 2003). ...