CHI 99 featured the first live interview sessions to be conducted at a CHI conference. Tapped for these interview sessions were some of the most original thinkers in human-computer interaction (HCI). Clement Mok and Jakob Nielsen were asked to address the Web and Web design limits to HCI. Bill Buxton and Clifford Nass tackled human limits to HCI. Wayne Gray and Bill Gaver compared their perspectives on methodological limits to HCI. And Don Norman and Janice Rohn squared off to address organizational limits to HCI. The interviewer was the Interviews Chair for CHI 99-Richard Anderson, whose work is all…
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