Copenhagen Business School is happy to host the 5th Danish Human Computer Interaction Research Symposium. The aim of the symposium is to stimulate interaction between researchers from academia and industry through oral presentations and a keynote presentation. We received 17 paper contributions for the symposium, of which 14 were presented orally in four panel sessions. Previously the symposium has been held at University of Aarhus 2001, University of Copenhagen 2002, Roskilde University Center 2003, Aalborg University 2004. Torkil Clemmensen & Lene Nielsen Copenhagen, November 2005 CONTENT INTRODUCTION DHRS 2005 -CONFERENCE PROGRAM ABOUT THE KEYNOTE SPEAKEREMOTION AS A CONSTRUCT IN HCI Pradeep Yammiyavar DESIGNING GAMES - BALANCING FUN AND SERIOUSNESS Anne Marie Kanstrup & Ellen Christiansen TRAPS & TRIGGERS -DESIGN FOR DISCUSSION Rune Nielsen EARLY EXPERIENCES FROM AN INSPIRATION CARD WORKSHOP Kim Halskov Madsen & Peter Dalsgård FASTTRACK SCROLLING: A FASTER AND MORE SATISFYING SCROLLING INTERFACE FOR WEB BROWSERS Søren Jakobsen USING PERSONAS TO GUIDE ITERATIVE DEVELOPMENT Anders Toxboe "THEN THE PICTURE COMES IN YOUR MIND OF WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN ON TV" - A STUDY OF PERSONAS DESCRIPTIONS AND USE Lene Nielsen DEALING WITH REALITY - IN THEORY Gitte Skou PetersenA NEW IFIP WORKING GROUP - HUMAN WORK INTERACTION DESIGN Rikke Ørngreen, Torkil Clemmensen & Annelise Mark-Pejtersen CLASSIFICATION OF DESCRIPTIONS USED IN SOFTWARE AND INTERACTION DESIGN Georg Strøm OBSTACLES TO DESIGN IN VOLUNTEER BASED ORGANISATIONS Olav W. Bertelsen & Pär-Ola Zander PROCESS MANAGEMENT TOOLS IN HIGHER EDUCATION E-LEARNING - A NEWRESEARCH AREA Karin Tweddell Levinsen FROM HANDICRAFT SCHOOL TO DESIGN UNIVERSITY Eva Brandt THE USE PROJECT: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN USABILITY EVALUATIONAND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Als, B., Frøkjær, E., Hornbæk, K. , Høegh, R., Jensen, J., Nørgaard, M.,Skov, M., Stage, J. & Uldall-Espersen, T. BRIDGING BETWEEN IT AND THE ILLITERATE WORLD - RETHINKING HCI Janni Nielsen

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationKøbenhavn
Number of pages124
StatePublished - 2005
SeriesWorking paper

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