Articles

Topic: Trip Reports

The Human Body as Touchscreen Replacement

July 22, 2013

When you touch your own body, you feel exactly what you touch — better feedback than any external device. And you never forget to bring your body.

Mobile Devices Will Soon Be Useful

September 16, 2001

New mobile devices and services are more realistic and useful than last year's models, and will likely expand mobile device adoption. Design usability and simplicity are key, particularly for the automotive market where complexity can be dangerous. DEMOmobile Conference on Mobile Computing 2001.

World Economic Forum Trip Report

February 1, 2001

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 2001 World Economic Forum. World Economic Forum (Davos, Switzerland, 2001).

New Devices Augur Decent Mobile User Experience

September 17, 2000

The current generation of mobile Internet products and services has miserable usability (as shown at the DEMOmobile 2000 conference). New devices like Blackberry, Modo, and a prototype Microsoft telephone do better.

CHI'94 Trip Report

June 1, 1994

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1994 Computer-Human Interaction conference (CHI '94). CHI'94 (Boston, MA, April 24-28), IEEE Software 11, 4 (July), 110-112.

UPA'93: Usability Professionals Association Annual Meeting

August 1, 1993

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1993 Usability Professionals Association (UPA) Annual Meeting. Usability Professionals Association Annual Meeting (Redmond, WA, July 21-23, 1993), SIGCHI Bulletin 26, 2 (April 1994).

CHI'92 Trip Report

June 1, 1992

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1992 Computer-Human Interaction conference (CHI '92). CHI'92 (Monterey, CA, 3-7 May 1992), IEEE Software 9, 4 (July 1992), pp. 78- 79.

CHI'90 Trip Report

June 1, 1990

Jakob Nielsen's trip report from the 1990 Computer-Human Interaction (CHI '90) conference. CHI'90 (Seattle, WA, 1-5 April 1990), SIGCHI Bulletin 22, 2 (October 1990), pp. 20-25.

Hypertext'89 Trip Report

April 1, 1990

Trip report from the ACM Hypertext'89 conference. Includes summary of Meyrowitz' discussion of open integrating hypertext and the extent to which the Memex vision has been realized so far. Hypertext'89 (Pittsburgh, PA, 5-8 November 1989), SIGCHI Bulletin 21, 4 (April 1990), pp. 52-61.

Hypertext'2 Trip Report

July 1, 1989

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1989 Hypertext 2 conference in York, U.K. International Conference on Fifth Generation Computer Systems (Tokyo, Japan, 28 November - 2 December 1988), SIGCHI Bulletin 21, 1 (July 1989), pp. 68-71.

CHI'89 Trip Report

June 1, 1989

Jakob Nielsen's trip report from the 1989 Computer-Human Interaction (CHI '89) conference held in Austin, Texas. CHI'89 (Austin, TX, 30 April - 4 May 1989), SIGCHI Bulletin 21, 2 (October 1989), pp. 28-40.

CHI'88 Trip Report

June 1, 1989

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1988 Computer-Human Interaction conference (CHI '88). CHI'88 (Washington, DC, 15-19 May 1988), SIGCHI Bulletin 20, 2 (October 1988), pp. 58-66.

HyperHyper'89 Trip Report

March 1, 1989

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1989 Hyper Hyper Conference in London, UK. British Computer Society HyperHyper workshop (London, UK, 23 February 1989), SIGCHI Bulletin 21, 1 (July 1989), pp. 65-67.

Fifth Generation 1988 trip report

December 31, 1988

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1988 International Conference on Fifth Generation Computer systems conference in Tokyo, Japan.

Hypertext'87 Trip Report

April 1, 1988

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1987 Hypertext conference. HyperTEXT'87 (Chapel Hill, NC, 13-15 November 1987), SIGCHI Bulletin 19, 4 (April 1988), pp. 27-35. Also exists in a hypertext version in HyperCard format.

CHI+GI'87 Trip Report

December 31, 1987

Jakob Nielsen's Trip Report from the 1987 Joint Computer-Human Interaction + Graphics Interface Conferences (CHI+GI '87)

CSCW'86 Trip Report

December 31, 1986

Jakob Nielsen's trip report for the 1986 Computer-supported Cooperative Work conference (CSCW '86). Computer-Supported Cooperative Work'86 (Austin, TX, 3-5 December 1986), ACM SIGCHI Bulletin 19, 1 (July 1987), pp. 54-61.