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Dinesh Katre
Dinesh Katre
Senior Director & HOD, Human-Centred Design and Computing, C-DAC, Pune, INDIA
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HumanWork Interaction Design: Usability in Social, Cultural and Organizational Contexts
D Katre, R ěrngreen, P Yammiyavar, T Clemmensen
Springer, 2010
392010
One-handed thumb use on smart phones by semi-literate and illiterate users in India
D Katre
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 189-208, 2009
302009
Usability heuristics and qualitative indicators for the usability evaluation of touch screen ventilator systems
D Katre, G Bhutkar, S Karmarkar
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 83-97, 2009
272009
Position Paper On Cross-cultural Usability Issues of Bilingual (Hindi & English) Mobile Phones
DS Katre
Indo-Danish HCI Research Symposium, 1-20, 2006
272006
Expert usability evaluation of 28 state government web portals of India
D Katre, M Gupta
International Journal of Public Information Systems 7 (3), 2011
252011
Digital preservation: Converging and diverging factors of libraries, archives and museums–an Indian perspective
D Katre
IFLA journal 37 (3), 195-203, 2011
212011
Human Work Interaction Design. Work Analysis and HCI: Third IFIP 13.6 Working Conference, HWID 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 5-6, 2012, Revised Selected Papers
P Campos, T Clemmensen, JA Nocera, D Katre, A Lopes, R ěrngreen
Springer, 2013
19*2013
Using mnemonic techniques as part of pictorial interface for self-identification of illiterate villagers
D Katre
Conference Proceedings of India HCI 2004, Bangalore, India, 2004
19*2004
A Review: Healthcare Usability Evaluation Methods
G Bhutkar, A Konkani, D Katre, GG Ray
Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology 47 (s2), 45-53, 2013
182013
Adapting e-gov usability: Evaluation to cultural contexts
T Clemmensen, D Katre
Usability in government systems: user experience design for citizens andá…, 2012
172012
Semiotic analysis combined with usability and ergonomic testing for evaluation of icons in medical user interface
G Bhutkar, R Poovaiah, D Katre, S Karmarkar
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Human Computerá…, 2011
152011
Unorganized cognitive structures of illiterate as the key factor in rural eLearning design
DS Katre
I-manager’s Journal of Education Technology 2 (4), 67-71, 2006
152006
Need of Legislation and Digital Preservation Policy Framework in Indian Context.
D Katre
DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology 32 (4), 2012
142012
Scope of ergonomic and usability issues with intensive care unit (ICU): an indian perspective
G Bhutkar, D Katre, N Rajhans, S Deshmukh
HFESA Journal-Ergonomics Australia 22 (1), 26-32, 2008
142008
Usability model for medical user interface of ventilator system in intensive care unit
G Bhutkar, D Katre, GG Ray, S Deshmukh
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 46-64, 2012
112012
CHI 2013 human work interaction design (HWID) SIG: past history and future challenges
T Clemmensen, PF Campos, DS Katre, J Abdelnour-Nocera, A Lopes, ...
CHI'13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2537-2540, 2013
92013
Identifying the cognitive needs of visitors and content selection parameters for designing the interactive kiosk software for museums
D Katre, M Sarnaik
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 168-179, 2009
92009
Visualization of interface metaphor for software: an engineering approach
DS Katre
Universal-Publishers, 2011
72011
Analyzing cultural usability of mobile keypad and displays for textual communication in internationalization and localization perspectives
R Orngreen, D Katre, M Sandeep
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 115-131, 2009
72009
Analysis and design of ICU Knowledge Management System (IKMS) for Indian environment with usability perspective
G Bhutkar, D Katre, N Rajhans, P Dhabe, M Dhore, B Barbadekar
2010 The 2nd International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineeringá…, 2010
62010
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