Picture of Jeff John Falk ("Jeff") Kelley, Ph.D., CUXP, C.ErgHF
** IBM Master Inventor
** Senior Managing Consultant, Usability Engineering, IBM Global Business Services
** Adjunct Associate Professor, Engineering Psychology, Georgia Tech
** 2008 President, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
** Hometown: Polk City, FL
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Areas of Technical Expertise

User-Centered iterative/spiral design methodologies for large-scale government and commercial applications; RIA (Rich Internet Application) design, prototyping, and development; Design for Situation Awareness; Transactional internet applications (e-business, B2B and B2C); Walk-up-and-use public access (kiosk) systems; Human Factors design; Engineering Psychology; Ergonomics; Human-Computer Interaction; Multimedia authoring systems

Education, Certification

Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist (C.ErgHF, Royal Charter, UK), 2015
Master Inventor, IBM, 2011
Fellow, the Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (UK), 2006
Certified Professional Consultant, IBM, 2002
Fellow, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 1999
CPE/CHFP/CUXP, (Board Certification in Ergonomics, Human Factors) BCPE, 1993
Ph.D. (Engineering Psychology), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1983
M.A. (Experimental Psychology), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1981
M.A. (Ergonomics), University of California, Santa Barbara, 1978
B.A. (Human Factors Engineering), University of California, Santa Barbara, 1976

Outside Interests

Semi-professional singer; volunteer firefighter/EMT-D; composer; poet; inventor; Director, non-profit organizations; Captain IBM League softball teams; musical theater; sailing; skiing (see personal resume).

Professional Experience

At Georgia Institute of Technology:

2006-now Adjunct Associate Professor -- Department of Engineering Psychology At IBM Global Services:

2000-now Senior Managing Consultant -- IBM Global Services, Usability Engineering Practice. Low to extremely high fidelity prototyping (JavaScript, DHTML, HTML, DreamWeaver, Websphere, Java, Rexx, Excel, client-side and server-side); Requirements gathering interviews, DSC (Decision Support Center) "focus groups"; Iterative design; Global Services Method; Agile software development methodologies; received IBM's Global Services Region Executive Teamwork Award.

At SA Technologies:

2004-2005 Program Manager -- Future Combat Systems (SA Technologies/U.S. Army)

At IBM T.J. Watson Research, Yorktown Heights, New York:

1990-2000 Research Staff Member -- Interactive Transaction Systems group at IBM Research. Lead in construction of mass, multi-vendor content aggregation/creation tools and architecture for EMS, a multi-media electronic purchasing transaction IBM product (IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement award, IBM Patent, IBM Supplemental Patent Achievement award); design and test new user-computer interaction techniques; help design and implement a user-centered model of customer engagement for application development; ergonomic design of kiosk workstations and software solutions for multimedia public access systems including the EXPO '92 Guest Services System, (a multimedia information kiosk system used by 15 million logged-on users at the World's Fair in Seville, Spain -- winner of the 1996 Alexander C. Williams Jr. Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society) and the Visitor Information and Education Workstation kiosks at the American Museum of Natural History; iterative usability testing (User Centered Design) of the pilot for a web-based consumer music download system run by a consortium of recording companies; usability representative on the Human-Machine Interface subgroup of the Automotive Multimedia Interface Consortium; design and install audio authoring application (IBM Research Division Award); patent activities (Two IBM Plateau Invention Achievement Awards).

1986-1990 Research Staff Member -- Project Leader, User Interface Institute at IBM Research; Co-Found the Interactive Media Project; Design and Supervise construction of Lab and Video Studio; Produce and direct many professional videos (including co-produce and on-screen narrator for ACM-sponsored "Interactive Digital Video", shown on many PBS affiliates); Design, install, and Perform Human Factors Evaluation of Hawthorne Lobby Kiosk, use data for iterative redesign; Principle design and Project Leader for RIK/GEDD Hawthorne Lobby Multi-Media Information Kiosk (World Graphic Design Now, Honor Award).

Design of RIK/GEDD: Authoring/prototyping/database delivery package for interactive graphic public access information systems; Project leader for RIK conference lobby information kiosks for ACM CHI+GI conference in Toronto, 1987 (the first interactive public-access kiosk used at a SigCHI conference); Chair IBM Human Factors ITL Conference, co-editor of proceedings; Create and Administer IBM Human Factors, SAA/CUA Common User Access, Icon Design, and Product Pre-Announce Information electronic conferences with shadows worldwide; co-designer of award-winning interactive multimedia application "John Cocke, A Retrospective by Friends" (First Place, International Interactive Communications Society's Mark of Excellence Awards; New York Festivals, Finalist Award; IBM Research Division Award); patent activities (IBM First Patent Award).

1983-1986 Research Staff Member -- Human Factors consultation for T.V. Information Systems department. Iterative interface design for Videotex Authoring system including graphics creation, database integration and delivery, systems architecture; consultation with various external groups, including Prodigy joint Videotex venture.

1982-1983 Postdoctoral Fellow -- Designing, conducting and publishing research in fundamental user-computer interface issues; while serving as a member of a task force on an integrated graphics/handwriting workstation, was responsible for functional specifications for software applications capitalizing on the unique features offered by a device incorporating advanced pointing, drawing, and handwriting input (author of a "Ten Best" IBM technical report on the subject); also identified areas of behavioral research interest, proposed a set of flexible software services to allow testing and implementation of alternative interface designs; designed and initiated a series of studies to compare various pointing devices (e.g., mouse, step keys) in different task contexts (e.g., item selection, text editing); created a prototyping software package to display stimuli, collect a time-stamped record of user response actions, and analyze results.

At The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland:

1978-1982, NSF Fellowship / Research Assistant -- Conducted laboratory research under contract to NSF & IBM on telecommunications and person-computer interactions; designed and implemented communications systems hardware and software; created easy-to-use file management and tutorial software for first-time and discretionary users of computers; designed and wrote computer software for processing unconstrained, typed natural language inputs; developed what is now a widely-used empirical simulation approach for designing software applications and coined the terms "Oz Paradigm" or "Wizard of Oz" as a metaphor to explain it. (Professor Alphonse Chapanis)

At the University of California at Santa Barbara, California: -- 1975-1978 Consultation; As a member of the Chancellor's Physical Planning and Bicycle Safety Committees, designed new traffic signs and flow patterns consistent with international standards for a large bicycle population (25,000 movements per day on campus), created and evaluated a Job Performance Aid for the University Police Department's use in theft reporting and stolen goods recovery. (Charles Overbey, Chief Darry Bowles)


Software/programming experience

Operating systems: Windows 98-current, OS/2, VM/CMS, DOS, Unix.
Languages & Toolkits: jQuery, Dojo, HTML/XHTML, DHTML/JavaScript, Java, Swing, JSP, Rexx/ObjRexx, C/C++, Perl, Lotus Script, Bookmaster/Script, SmallTalk, APL, FORTRAN.
Applications: MS Office, Axure, Macromedia Flash, Rational Rose ClearCase, ClearQuest, CVS, ACE, Quark Express, Lotus SmartSuite/Notes, Apache, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks, CorelDraw, Photoshop, Illustrator, Image Alchemy, Hummingbird, SPSS, Acrobat, Websphere Application Developer, Eclipse, ADSM, Visual Age, Xedit, X2.

Professional Affiliations and Activities

Performed occasional editorial review for: Behaviour and Information Technology, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, HFES Human Factors Society Annual Meeting, IBM Systems Journal, the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, and others.

Awards, Recognition

Teaching Experience

College and University graduate and undergraduate courses in:


Teaching Experience -- Instructor

At The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Psychology, Baltimore, MD:

1980 APL Programming and Statistics

At Towson State University, Department of Psychology, Baltimore, Maryland:

1980 Social Psychology
1980 Organizational Psychology
1979 Industrial Psychology

Teaching Experience -- Teaching Assistant

At The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Psychology, Baltimore, Maryland:

1979 Analysis of Variance
1979 Social Psychology
1978 Industrial Psychology

At the University of California, Department of Ergonomics, Santa Barbara, CA:

1978 Basic Statistics
1977 Health
1977 Exercise Physiology

Tutoring experience: FORTRAN, visual perception, ANOVA, experimental design,
statistical analysis

IBM Patent Filing Awards

  1. Patent: CONVERGING TOOL TERMINOLOGY (pending) 2016
  2. Patent: REAL-TIME ANALYTICS TO IDENTIFY VISUAL OBJECTS OF INTEREST US9471837 2014
  3. Patent: COLLABORATIVE RESPONSE USING CAPABILITIES-AWARE HIVE NETWORK US9420446 2015
  4. Patent: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR USING A VIBRATION SIGNATURE AS AN AUTHENTICATION KEY US9100395 2015
  5. Patent: PHOTOGRAPHIC SETUP MODELING (filed) 2013
  6. Patent: SPHERICAL LIGHTING DEVICE WITH BACKLIGHTING CORONAL RING [*] US9218667 2014
  7. Patent: UTILIZING METADATA FOR AUTOMATED PHOTOGRAPHIC SETUP (filed) 2013
  8. Patent: STORING PHOTOGRAPHIC METADATA FOR SCENE REPRODUCTION (filed) 2013
  9. Patent: SIMPLIFIED LIGHTING COMPOSITING US9396571 2016
  10. Patent: REAL-TIME SHARPENING OF RAW DIGITAL IMAGES US9300857 2014
  11. Patent: AUTOMATIC FOCUS STACKING OF CAPTURED IMAGES US9196027 2014
  12. Patent: DISPLAYING RELATIVE MOTION OF OBJECTS IN AN IMAGE [*] US9449234 2014
  13. Patent: VIDEO PROJECTOR WITH AUTOMATED IMAGE ENHANCEMENT [*] US9319622 2016
  14. Patent: AN ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY PARKING RESERVATION SYSTEM [*] (filed) 2013
  15. Patent: PARKING RESERVATION THAT ENCOURAGES CAR-POOLING [*] (filed) 2013
  16. Patent: AUTOMATED TILT AND SHIFT OPTIMIZATION (filed) 2013
  17. Patent: DEPTH OF FIELD VISUALIZATION CNZL201410001474.8 2014
  18. Patent: IMAGE SELECTION AND MASKING USING IMPORTED DEPTH INFORMATION US8983176 2014
  19. Patent: ATTACK RESISTANT COMPUTER SYSTEM [*] (filed) 2013
  20. Patent: COLONY DESKTOP HIVE DISPLAY CREATING AN EXTENDED DESKTOP DISPLAY FROM MULTIPLE MOBILE DEVICES USING NEAR-FIELD OR OTHER NETWORKING [*] (filed) 2013
  21. Patent: COLONY APPLICATION [*] (filed) 2013
  22. Patent: PROVIDING USER-FRIENDLY TABLE HANDLING (filed) 2012
  23. Patent: ELECTRONICS THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM [*] (filed) 2012
  24. Patent: THEFT DETERRENT DEVICE [*] US8736450 2012
  25. Patent: LIGHTWEIGHT DOCUMENT ACCESS CONTROL USING ACCESS CONTROL LISTS IN THE CLOUD STORAGE OR ON THE LOCAL FILE SYSTEM [*] CNZL201210303967.8 2012
  26. Patent: STORING AND GENERATING ENERGY THROUGH THE MOVEMENT OF OBJECTS [*] US20130116850 2011
  27. Patent: INFLATABLE SOLAR CELL ARRAY [*] US20120152306 2010
  28. Patent: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SEMI-TRANSPARENT DISPLAY OF HANDS OVER A KEYBOARD IN REAL-TIME [*] US8140970 2009
  29. Patent: EMBEDDING SOFTWARE DEVELOPER COMMENTS IN SOURCE CODE OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS US8635591 2008
  30. Patent: HAND IMAGE FEEDBACK METHOD AND SYSTEM [*] US8228345 2008
  31. Patent: MACHINE-PRINTABLE, POP-OUT TABBED INDEXED DIVIDERS [*] US8024882 2009
  32. Patent: A METHOD AND APPRATUS FOR AUTOMATED SEARCH AND RESCUE USING THE SUN AND COMMON RETROREFLECTORS [*] (filed) 2008
  33. Patent: EPHEMERAL LIST FOR OBJECT-ACTION NAVIGATION [*] US6931416 2001
  34. Patent: CONTEXT MANAGEMENT SUPERTOOLS AND THE FILTER/SORT MODEL FOR AGGREGATED-DISPLAY WEBPAGES [*] US7552136 2001
  35. Patent: SPEED-BASED DISABLING OF FUNCTIONALITY FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS [*] US6266589 1999
  36. Patent: APPARATUS FOR STORING CONTAINERS OF MIXTURES FOR PREVENTING SEPARATION OR CRYSTALLIZATION THEREOF [*] US6325533 1999
  37. Patent: CONTINUOUSLY ADJUSTABLE VARIABLE LENGTH APPARATUS FOR GEARLESS SHIFTING [*] US6341946 1999
  38. Patent: %INC3%DYNAMIC CYLINDRICAL DISPLAY FOR PEN-SIZED COMPUTING [*] US6215480 1998
  39. Patent: SYSTEM FOR ORDERING ITEMS OVER A COMPUTER NETWORK USING AN ELECTRONIC CATALOG US5870717 1995
  40. Patent: POP-UP MENU PIES [*] EP0355458A3 1989
  41. Patent: Insulated Ice Tray System [*] US5676875 1996

Published Invention Disclosures

  1. Pub: DEFLECTING ASTEROIDS USING OPPOSING ROCKET ENGINES [*] 000210442 2011
  2. Pub: USING STORED RAINWATER TO POWER AN EMERGENCY SUMP PUMP DURING POWER FAILURES [*] 000229319 2013
  3. Pub: TEAR BIAS TABS FOR RESEALABLE CONTAINERS 000226030 2013
  4. Pub: USER ORIENTED ACCOUNT AND FEATURE MANAGEMENT FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 2012
  5. Pub: ADAPTER TO EMULATE A MONITOR ON ONE COMPUTER AND FEED INTO A SECOND COMPUTER TO ALLOW EXTENDING THE DESKTOP [*] 000225665 2012
  6. Pub: PENDULUM MOMENTUM ASSIST FOR LOW-POWER BATTERING RAM [*] 000205522 2010
  7. Pub: FOLD-OUT SECONDARY DISPLAYS FOR LAPTOPS [*] 000202162 2010
  8. Pub: TIME-AND-MOTION-BASED IMAGE RESOLUTION ENHNACEMENT [*] 000205090 2010
  9. Pub: [FALCONMETHOD01] METHOD TO ASSIGN A CAPABILITY-BASED RATING TO AN ENTITY'S SOFTWARE INVENTORY 2010
  10. Pub: GRN862: REPORTING AND/OR ISSUING TRANSPORTATION RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON TRACKING OF TRIP SEGMENTS [*] 000178853 2008
  11. Pub: PARTIAL VACUUM CHAMBER FOR MAKING CLEAR, DENSE ICE CUBES [*] 000015677 1998
  12. Pub: HYBRID DIGITAL-ANALOG AUDIO AND VIDEO FOR FAST ACCESS AND LOW COST MEDIA SEGMENTS 000111026 1992
  13. Pub: QUICK CHANGE: PROMPTER DISPLAY FOR CASH DRAWERS 000105095 1992
  14. Pub: **AIMING A CAMERA TO TAKE A PORTRAIT 000109193 1991
  15. Pub: BEHAVIORIAL CAMERA FRAMING CONE [*] 000108110 1991
  16. Pub: **THARIS: TWO-HANDED, ACTION-REACTION, ISOMETRIC, SYMMETRICAL JOYSTICK [*] 000104237 1991
  17. Pub: MENU ITEM WITH CIPHER LOCK [*] 000119466 1989
  18. Pub: HINGED KEYBOARD IN DESK 000099161 1989
  19. Pub: REMOTE-ACTIVATED GRAPHIC EQUALIZER INTERFACE DESIGN 000036038 1988
  20. Pub: TELESCOPIC JOYSTICK 000034787 1987
  21. Pub: COMBINED LASER AND PIEZOELECTRIC TOUCHSCREENS FOR TRACKING AND CONFIRMATION [*] 000057800 1986
  22. Pub: WINDOWING (CURSOR) CONTROL KEY LEGENDS [*] 000047965 1983
[*] Jeff as principle inventor

Papers and presentations (partial list)

Kelley, John F.. "Over the Waterfall in a Barrel - Adapting Agile Techniques to User Experience in a Non-Agile World," (Part of panel "User Experience and Agile Development"). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Santa Monica, CA, 23 Oct 2012.

Isensee, Scott; Glaser, Howard; Kelley, John F.. "History of User Experience Design and Human Factors / Ergonomics at IBM" IBM World Usability Day Web Conference, 10 Nov 2011.

Kelley, John F. "Alphonse Chapanis, Ph.D., CHFP (1917 - 2002)", Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories, Springer-Verlag, 2011.

Kelley, John F. ("Jeff"). "The HF/E Show - 2009 HFES President's Forum" Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 20 October, 2009.

Torres, R.J. (Bob), Heck, Michael P., Rudd, James R., & Kelley, John F. (Jeff). "Usability Engineering: 'Best of the Best' Best Practices" Ergonomics In Design, Summer 2009.

Kelley, John F. ("Jeff"). "Presidential Address" Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 23 September, 2008.

Kelley, John F.. "Agile + Usability Engineering: How one UX Practitioner Is Attempting to Apply User-Centered Design and Hi-Fi Prototyping in Agile Software Projects". Proceedings of the IBM Academy of Technology - Agile Methods & Practice Conference, Raleigh, NC, 24 June 2008.

Kelley, John F.. "Agile + Usability Engineering: Strange Bedfellows?". Keynote Address: World Usability Day 2007 Conference, Dayton, OH, 8 November 2007.

Torres, R.J., Heck, Michael P., Rudd, James R., Kelley, John F.. "Usability Engineering - A Consultant's View of Best Practices and Proven Results". Ergonomics In Design, 2008.

Torres, R.J., Heck, Michael P., Rudd, James R., Kelley, John F.. "A Consultant's View of Best Practices and Proven Results: A focus on Recent Web-Based Projects". Ergonomics In Design, 2007.

Kelley, J.F. [Editor] "Ergonomics In Design". Human Factors and Ergonomics Society [Quarterly, beginning Summer, 2001, ending in Fall, 2003]

Kelley, J.F. [Executive Editor] "The CSTG Bulletin". Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 28:1, August, 2001.

Kelley, J.F. [Editor] "The CSTG Bulletin". Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 27:1, July, 2000 & 26:2, August, 1999 & 26:1, April, 1999 & 25:2, December, 1998.

Kelley, J.F., Danis, C.. "Scope-Creep can be Your Friend: How we use Research in the Marketplace to accomplish user-centered functional and interface specification". Invited Presentation at the July 1998 Meeting of the South Jersey Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Pomona, NJ, July 1998.

Kelley, J.F., Spraragen, S.L., Jones, L., Greene, S.L., Boies, S.. "Extending user-centered methods beyond interface design to functional definition". Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, September 1996.

Shapiro, R. G., Beith, B.H., Goldberg, J.H., Hale, J.P., Kelley, J.F.. "I'm Graduating - Now What? A comparison of work in academics, consulting, government, industrial research, and industrial development". Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, 24 October 1994

Kelley, J.F., Bennett, W., Boies, S., Cesar, C., Gould, J., Greene, S., Jones, L., Kesselman, J., Mushlin, R., Spraragen, S., Ukelson, J., Wiecha, C.. "IBM EXPO ''92 Guest Services System". Presented at The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, 11 October 1993

Kelley, J.F.. "EXPO '92: Building large, real-world multimedia applications using ITS". Proceedings of Multimedia: Uses, Misuses and Usability of a Revolutionary User Interface, Morristown, New Jersey. Metropolitan Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 12 March 1993.

Kelley, J.F., Ukelson, Jacob. "COAS: Combined Object-Action Selection: A Human Factors Experiment". Proceedings of Human Factors Society Annual Meeting, October 1992.

Kelley, J.F., Frishberg, Nancy F.. "IMP-Builder/IMP-Player: A Case Study of Rapid Interactive Multimedia Application Development". Proceedings of IBM Multi-Media ITL. 4-7 February 1991, Boca Raton FL

Frishberg, Nancy, Laff, Mark R., Desrosiers, Moe R., Koons, W. Randall, Kelley, J. F.. "John Cocke: a retrospective by friends (an interactive multimedia scrapbook)" . Proceedings of Human Factors in Computing Systems: Reaching Through Technology. pp 423-424, ACM Press1991

Kelley, J.F.. "Multi-Media Application Development". Proceedings of SHARE74, Los Angeles, CA, February, 1990

Kelley, J.F.. "Research Information Kiosk - Rapid Graphic Prototyping". Proceedings of SHARE72, Los Angeles, CA, February, 1989

Morooka, M., Kelley, J.F., Gursky, M.. "RIK/GEDD Graphics". World Design Now (1989)

Tynan, P., Kelley, J.F. [Editors]. "Proceedings of the Human Factors/Product Usability ITL Meeting". IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY, 1988

Kelley, J.F., "RIK+GEDD Case Study: Rapid Prototyping and the 1987 CHI+GI Conference Information Kiosk". Poster, ACM SIG-CHI, Washington, DC. 15 May 1988.

Kelley, J.F., "Videotex Information Packagers: A field study aimed at tomorrow's Videotex Authoring Interface". SIGCHI Bulletin, January, 1988, 19:3, pp 37-48.

Kelley, J.F., "CAL - A Natural Language program developed with the OZ Paradigm: Implications for Supercomputing Systems". First International Conference on Supercomputing Systems (St. Petersburg, Florida, 16-20 December 1985), New York: ACM, pp. 238-248

Kelley, J.F., "An empirical methodology for writing user-friendly natural language computer applications". . Proceedings of ACM SIG-CHI '83 Human Factors in Computing systems (Boston, 12-15 December 1983), New York: ACM, pp. 193-196.

Kelley, J.F., "An iterative design methodology for user-friendly natural language office information applications" . ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, March 1984, 2:1, pp. 26-41.

Kelley, J.F., "A Human Factors perspective on designing an integrated graphics I/O workstation" (IBM Research Report #RC 9857), 1983.

Kelley, J.F., "Natural Language and computers: Six empirical steps for writing an easy-to-use computer application". Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The Johns Hopkins University, 1983. (Item 8321592, can be obtained from University Microfilms International; 300 North Zeeb Road; Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.)

Kelley, J.F. & Chapanis, A., "How professional persons keep their calendars: Implications for computerization". Journal of Occupational Psychology, 1982, 55, 241-256.

Kelley, J.F., Michael, E., & Parrish, R. N., "The physiological costs of boxlifting by females". Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 1982. presented at the 1982 International Ergonomics Association

Money, J., Annecillo, C., & Kelley, J.F., "Growth of intelligence: Failure and catchup associated respectively with abuse and rescue in the syndrome of abuse dwarfism". Psychoneuroendocrinology, 1983

Money, J., Annecillo, C., & Kelley, J.F., "Abuse-dwarfism syndrome: After rescue, statural and intellectual catchup growth correlate". Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 1983.

Video Production

Video: "Interactive Digital Video". ACM, 1990, On-screen Narrator, Producer (Studio Sequences); Broadcast on many PBS affiliates.

Video: Alpert, S, Kelley, J. "Animated Icons". ACM SIG-CHI, 1990.

Video: Wang, C.P., Ling, D., Kelley, J., "Scientific Visualization and the Dataglove". 1989.

Video: Kelley, J.F., Pulido, G., American Sign Language Interactive Video Disks (3 volumes), Produced/Directed in collaboration with IBM Exploratory Education Systems department and and U.C. San Diego, (referenced in Popular Science, among other places) 1989.

Video: Kirson, D.A., Carroll, J.M., Eckhoff, R., Kelley, J.F., Canetti S.L., "Specialist Help using multiple media". ACM SIG-CHI, Washington, DC. 15 May 1988.

Video: Carroll, J.M., Aaronson, A., (Kelley, J.F. Producer) "SmartHelp" ACM SIG-CHI

Video: Herder, R.E., Carroll, J.M., Brown, P.S., Gursky, M.C., Canetti, S., Kelley, J.F.. "TaskMapper" ACM SIG-CHI


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