Vergangene Events 1999

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Thursday, November 25th 1999

Contents

Rapid Prototyping for E-Business

Patrick Steiger, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Venue:18:30 , ETH-Zentrum, Clausiusstrasse 25, Building NW, Room B81, CH-8092 Zurich

Abstract Electronic Business (E-Business) is the integration of markets, organisations, processes, and systems using Internet-enabled and -related technologies. In other words: E-Business is efficient, fast, transparent, personalised, and lower-cost business run on an Inter-, Extra-, and Intranet infrastructure mostly with a Web front-end.
If an enterprise starts the process of turning itself into an E-Business - optimally by defining an E-Business strategy and by identifying opportunities of business areas which are then implemented according to their order of priority - often a Web-based prototype is developed to evaluate the first steps. Prototyping as it is addressed in this presentation is NOT about evaluation of technical aspects, but about validating functional requirements and rapidly providing an initial look & feel which can be tested on usability and potential business value.According to the fast development in the area of E-Business, such a prototype usually must be realised within a very short time frame (1 - 5 weeks).
Patrick Steiger will present the approach they take at PricewaterhouseCoopers to cope with these challenges. Prototypes created this summer will be demonstrated and serve as basis for a discussion.


Thursday, October 28th 1999

Software Ergonomics Annual General Meeting

Organiser: Daniel Felix, Chairman.

Venue:18:45 , Restaurant 'Au Premier', Main Station, CH-8001 Zurich


Thursday, September 30th 1999

Informal Board Meeting

Organiser: Daniel Felix

after a break we are taking up our activities again. I would like to invite you to our informal board meeting, at which we will prepare the annual general meeting, taking place in October.

1830 hours in Room G44 at Technopark Zurich (building Einstein).


Thursday, June 24th 1999

CHI'99 Conference Report

Organiser: Markus Stolze, IBM Zürich Research Laboratory

Venue:18:30 ETH Zentrum, Clausiusstrasse 25, Building NW, Room B81


Thursday, May 27th 1999

Designeinflüsse bei WWW-Befragungen

Empirische Ergebnisse aus dem Web-Labor für Experimentelle Psychologie

Dr. Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Universität Zuerich

Venue:18:30 ETH Zentrum, Clausiusstrasse 25, Building NW, Room B81

Abstract

Haben bestimmte Designkomponenten von Webseiten, wie zum Beispiel Pop-up-Menüs, und generelle Designentscheidungen, wie die Verteilung der Fragen auf mehrere Seiten, einen verzerrenden Einfluss auf das Antwortverhalten von Beantwortern von WWW-Fragebögen? Geschildert wird, wie diese Fragen mit Hilfe psychologischer Experimente im WWW untersucht werden und welche Ergebnisse bisher vorliegen.


Thursday, April 29th 1999

Spielend Programmieren

Programmier-Lernzeuge für die Computer-User von Morgen

Organiser: Marco Abderhalden, ISMC AG and UBS.

Venue:18:30 ETH Zentrum, Clausiusstrasse 25, Building NW, Room B81

Abstract

Wir präsentieren Computerspiele und andere Information Appliances mit welchen Kindern programmieren lernen koennen. Vorgestellt werden unter anderem: Lego Mindstorms, Toontalk, Agentsheets und Classics wie Logo. In der interaktiven Diskussion wollen wir untersuchen, was Programmieren ist, warum Kinder programmieren lernen sollen und ob Programmieren wirklich kinderleicht sein kann.


Thursday, March 25th, 1999

exhibition «Fehlermeldung-Installation»

The SwissCHI is going to visit the exhibition «Fehlermeldung-Installation» at the «Museum fuer Gestaltung, Zuerich».

Meetingpoint 25th of march at 18:30h at the entrance.

After this visit we will attend the report by Fredy Schwyter from the «Fachtagung Software- Ergonomie '99 (Design von Informationswelten)» hold in "Walldorf/Baden (Germany)".

Meetingpoint the same day at ca.19:15h, Technopark Zuerich, Technopark-Street No. 1, Building Einstein, Room G44 (second floor).

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