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  1. Interaction Science has undergone rapid development since JoIS’ (the Journal of Interaction Science) founding in 2013. The advent of novel techniques and tools required reviewing the understanding of Interacti...

    Authors: Gisela Susanne Bahr and Christian Stary
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2016 4:2
  2. Organizations continue building virtual working teams (Teleworkers) to become more dynamic as part of their strategic innovation, with great benefits to individuals, business and society. However, during such ...

    Authors: Salim Chujfi and Christoph Meinel
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2015 3:5
  3. Navigation within a website is an important factor for the success of a website. Faster and easy web-navigation leads to better usability and reduces cognitive load on the user. Several cognitive models exist ...

    Authors: Herre van Oostendorp and Sonal Aggarwal
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2015 3:3
  4. The use of calendars for work and personal activities has been widely investigated for decades and the term calendar work, coined by Palen (CHI 17-24,1999), refers to the many ways people employ and interact w...

    Authors: Anke Dittmar and Laura Dardar
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2015 3:2
  5. This pilot study aims to find a way to measure ‘presence’ as a proxy for ecological validity in driving simulators. The underlying assumption is that a person experiencing a strong sense of presence in the vir...

    Authors: Christophe Deniaud, Vincent Honnet, Benoit Jeanne and Daniel Mestre
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2015 3:1
  6. Almost a third of college students are obese, placing them at risk for adult obesity and its complications. Internet use may be one factor contributing to college student obesity. The purpose of this study was...

    Authors: Megan A Moreno, Lauren A Jelenchick, Rosalind Koff, Jens C Eickhoff, Natalie Goniu, Angela Davis, Henry N Young, Elizabeth D Cox and Dimitri A Christakis
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2013 1:4
  7. In this paper we discuss the open source process as it relates to accessibility software. Open source is a development model that has shown considerable benefits in a number of application areas. However the n...

    Authors: Michael Heron, Vicki L Hanson and Ian Ricketts
    Citation: Journal of Interaction Science 2013 1:2