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  • Index | Berkeley Institute of Design
    Shelby Eli Patten Lisa Pruitt ASEE 2013 PDF InfoVis 2012 Oct 14 19 2012 Seattle WA USA Graphical Overlays Using Layered Elements to Aid Chart Reading Nicholas Kong Maneesh Agrawala IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization InfoVis 2012 PDF UIST 2012 Oct 07 10 2012 Cambridge MA USA MixT Automatic Generation of Step by Step Mixed Media Tutorials Pei Yu Peggy Chi Sally Ahn Amanda Ren Mira Dontcheva Wilmot Li and Björn Hartmann ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2012 PDF Midas Fabricating Custom Capacitive Touch Sensors to Prototype Interactive Objects Valkyrie Savage Xiaohan Zhang and Björn Hartmann ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2012 PDF Proton A Customizable Declarative Multitouch Framework Kenrick Kin Björn Hartmann Tony DeRose Maneesh Agrawala ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2012 PDF UnderScore Musical Underlays for Audio Stories Steve Rubin Floraine Berthouzoz Gautham Mysore Wilmot Li Maneesh Agrawala ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2012 PDF UBICOMP 2012 Sep 05 08 2012 Pittsburgh PA USA A High Accuracy Low latency Scalable Microphone array System for conversation analysis David Sun John Canny Ubiquitous Computing Ubicomp 2012 PDF IEEE Internet Computing 2012 Sep 01 30 2012 Journal MobileWorks Designing for Quality in a Managed Crowdsourcing Architecture Anand Kulkarni Philipp Gutheim Prayag Narula David Rolnitzky Tapan Parikh Björn Hartmann IEEE Internet Computing 2012 PDF DIS 2012 Jun 11 15 2012 Newcastle United Kingdom Showing is Sharing Building Shared Understanding in Human Centered Design Teams with Dazzle Lora Oehlberg Kyu Simm Jasmine Jones Alice Agogino Bjön Hartmann DIS 2012 PDF ASEE 2012 Jun 10 13 2012 San Antonio TX USA Leadership and Service Learning Improves Confidence of Engineering Skills in Women Jennifer Wang Eli Patten Ryan Shelby Farzana Ansari Lisa Pruitt ASEE 2012 PDF Denice Dee Denton

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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    at a science center through the investigation of the design processes of 22 visitor groups across five challenges The design processes are compared across the challenges to identify characteristics of these settings that engage learners in engineering The premise example designs and materials played key roles in visitors design processes Findings show that 1 each challenge provided unique contexts in which to engage in iterative engineering design 2 visitors utilized

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/aera/design_challenges_at_a_science_1/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    different competencies and domain knowledge some responses are likely to be more plausible than others To efficiently utilize the crowd s work analysts must be able to quickly identify and consolidate redundant responses and determine which explanations are the most plausible In this paper we demonstrate several crowd assisted techniques to help analysts make better use of crowdsourced explanations 1 We explore crowd assisted strategies that utilize multiple workers to

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/vast/identifying_redundancy_and_exp/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    a majority of people still prefer traditional paper media as it provides better user experiences in many aspects readability portability ease of making annotations shared reading tactile sensory experiences etc This paper identifies barriers and opportunities for paper related features based on human centric design research directed towards the overarching goal of providing insights for finding disruptive opportunity spaces In framing our design research we define journeys that tangible and

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/iced/humancentric_study_of_digitalp/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    influencing children by fostering interest in engineering Taking advantage of the popular tinkering and Do It Yourself Maker movement increasingly more science centers are offering engineering and maker programs But are they empowering visitors to engineer This paper details the study of the Ingenuity Lab an engineering maker space at the Lawrence Hall of Science The space is open to drop in visitors on weekends serving mostly family groups with ages ranging from infant to elderly The majority of children are between the ages of four and ten A monthly open ended engineering design challenge and theme is presented to visitors along with materials consisting of low cost consumables and or reusable electronics Visitors design build and test solutions to the challenges In particular this study aims to assess the program s impact on its visitors with regards to visitors perceptions of engineering and identity with engineering as well as visitors confidence in and agency to do engineering Three challenges over three months were studied via visitor number and time tracking and post surveys Across the challenges families engaged in and recognized their own engineering behaviors through the refinement of their design solutions perceiving engineering as accessible Many parents hoped

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/asee/ingenuity_lab_making_and_engin/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    engineering Our previous study demonstrated that incorporating leadership studies into a freshman level engineering course correlated with increased confidence in students abilities just after completion of the course which could positively impact retention Eighty seven students from both leadership and non leadership modules were assessed over one year later using the same online survey based on ABET National Academy of Engineering NAE criteria with additional open ended questions Follow up

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/asee/a_followup_study_of_a_firstyea/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    that viewers must perform to read a chart We identify five main types of overlays that support these processes the overlays can provide 1 reference structures such as gridlines 2 highlights such as outlines around important marks 3 redundant encodings such as numerical data labels 4 summary statistics such as the mean or max and 5 annotations such as descriptive text for context We then present an automated system that

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/infovis/graphical_overlays_using_layer/ (2014-10-25)
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  • Papers | Berkeley Institute of Design
    are easy to scan but cannot effectively describe dynamic interactions and video tutorials that show all manipulations in detail but are hard to navigate We hypothesize that a mixed tutorial with stat ic instructions and per step videos can combine the benefits of both formats We describe a comparative study of static video and mixed image manipulation tutorials with 12 participants and distill design guidelines for mixed tutorials We present

    Original URL path: http://bid.berkeley.edu/papers/uist/mixt_automatic_generation_of_s/ (2014-10-25)
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