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When PPIG goes GUI PoP research pushing the boundaries of HCI. Alan Blackwell University of Cambridge. Why did that seem like a good idea in the first place?. Vannevar Bush. Memex. J C R Licklider – man-computer symbiosis. Ivan Sutherland – demonstrating symbiosis. Sketchpad.

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When ppig goes gui pop research pushing the boundaries of hci

When PPIG goes GUIPoP research pushing the boundaries of HCI

Alan Blackwell

University of Cambridge






















If this is man machine symbiosis why does the man half work

If this is man-machine symbiosis,why does the man-half work?













What is the difference between education and designing a better customer

What is the differencebetween educationand designinga better customer?







We like our heroes fully augmented

We like our heroesfully-augmented













Who gets to be creative the designer or the user

Who gets to be creative?The designer?Or the user?




Further reading
Further reading

  • Blackwell, A.F. (2001). Pictorial representation and metaphor in visual language design. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing,12(3), 223-252.

  • Blackwell, A.F. (2006). The reification of metaphor as a design tool. Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI),13(4), 490-530.

  • http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~afb21


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