Capitoli, saggi e atti di convegni


2016

82. Baretta, D., Sartori, F., Greco, A., Melen, R., Stella, F., Bollini, L., D’Addario, M. & Steca, P. (2016). Wearable devices and AI techniques integration to promote physical activity (pp. 1105-1108). In MobileHCI ’16 Adjunct – Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services Adjunct. New York: ACM
DOI: 10.1145/2957265.2965011

80. Bollini, L. (2016). From Skeuomorphism to Material Design and back. The language of colours in the 2nd generation of mobile interface design  (p. 309-320). In D. Gadia (Ed.) Colour and colorimetry. Multidisciplinary contributions. Vol. XII B. Torino: Gruppo del colore

79. Bollini, L. (2016). The open heritage of digital archives. Preservation, sustainability and accessibility of historical documentation to map the field of Italian Mind Science (pp. 773-782). In R. Amoêda, S. Lira & C. Pinheiro (Eds.). HERITAGE 2016 – 5th International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development. Lisbona: Green Lines Institute

78. Bollini, L. (2016).  The challenge of a hybrid education between Computer Science and Design Competences in Italian University Courses and Degrees (pp. 6623-6632). In EDULearn16 Proceedings. Lisbona: IATED

77. Bollini, L. (2016). Fixed, liquid, fluid. Rethinking the digital design process through the ecosystem model (p. 67-74). In Bernabé Hernandis Ortuño (Ed.). 6th International Forum of Design as a Process – Systems & Design: Beyond Processes and Thinking. Valencia: Editorial Universitat Politèchica de València.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/IFDP.2016

76. Bollini, L. (2016). Digital Tom Thumb. A digital mobile and geobased signage system in public spaces orientation (pp. 383-398). In O. Gervasi et Al. (Eds.) ICCSA 2016, Part III, LNCS Vol. 9788. Beijing:Springer International Publishing AG
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-42111-7_30

75. Bollini, L. & Cicchinè, G. (2016). From bicycle to bites. Indoor vs. Outdoor user testing methodologies of georeferenced mobile apps in cycling field (pp. 369-382). In O. Gervasi et Al. (Eds.) ICCSA 2016, Part III, LNCS Vol. 9788
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-42111-7_29

74. Bollini, L. (2016). Mapping the teaching challenges of User Experience and Interface Design in public Italian University master and undergraduate degrees (pp. 7828-7833). In Proceedings of INTED 2016 conference. Valencia: IATED

73. Bollini, L. (2016). Teaching Visual and User Interface Design in ITC Field. A Critical Review of (digital) Design Manuals (pp. 3356-3364). In Proceedings of INTED 2016 conference. Valencia: IATED


2015

71. Bollini, L. (2015). Il museo 3.0. Percorsi, frammenti, reti e la openness narrativa del digitale. In P. Gambaro e C. Vannicola (a cura di) Design & Open Source, for Cultural Heritage (pp. 168-175). Firenze: Alinea Editrice

69. Bollini, L. (2015). Learning by playing. A gamification approach to a language-learning tool. In ICERI2015 Proceedings (pp. 5271-5278). IATED

68. Bollini, L.; Busdon, G. & Mazzola, A. (2015) .GeoLapse. A digital space-based and memory-related time-capsule app. In O. Gervasi et al. (Eds.), Computational science computational science and its applications – ICCSA 2015 (pp. 675–685) Part II, LNCS 9156. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-21407-8_48


2014

65. Bollini, L. (2014). Topos vs. Iris. Colour design in Web 3.0 mobile app and OS: a critical review. In M. Rossi (Ed.),  X Conferenza del Colore. Vol X B (p. 365-372). Santarcangelo di Romagna: Maggioli Editore

64. Bollini, L. & Pietra, R. (2014). Mobile apps for a sustainable cultural-tourism experience. “The Betrothed 3.0” an Italian case study. In Rogério Amoêda, Sérgio Lira & Cristina Pinheiro (Eds.), Heritage 2014 – Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development (p. 1207-1212). Barcelos: Green Lines Institute

63. Bollini, L. & Borsotti, M. (2014). Exhibition design: hybrid space of advanced design innovation. In Celaschi F., Iñguez Flores R, Maribel León Morán R., del Carmen Arias González X., Estrada Sainz R (Eds.), International Forum of Design as a Process. The shape of the future as the front end of design driven innovation. Tecnológico de Monterrey, Guadalajara-Mexico 18-20 September 2014. (pp. 425-432). Tecnológico de Monterrey, Guadalajara, Mexico

62. Bollini, L. (2014). Orienteering and orienteering yourself. User centered design methodologies applied to geo-referenced interactive ecosystems. In B. Murgante et al. (Eds.), Computational science computational science and its applications – ICCSA 2014 (pp. 642–651) Part II, LNCS 8580. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag

61. Bollini, L., De Palma, R., Nota, R.  & Pietra, R. (2014). User experience & Usability for mobile geo-referenced apps. A case study applied to cultural heritage field. In B. Murgante et al. (Eds.), Computational science computational science and its applications – ICCSA 2014 (pp. 652–662) Part II, LNCS 8580. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag

59. Bollini, L. (2014). Tipo-grafia. La parola vestita. In J. Pasquini e S. Giomi (a cura di), Web Usability (p. 127-130). Milano: Hoepli


2013

56. Bollini, L. (2013). From paper to bytes. The transition to digital books in educational publishing: the Italian Experience. In Proceedings of ICERI 2013 Conference (pp. 757-761). Seville: IATED

54. Bollini, L. (2013). Lo spazio digitale del sapere: dalla forma archivio alle knowledge-base culturali. Aggregazioni, narrazioni e migrazioni. In R. Trocchianesi & E. Lupo (Eds.), Progetto e memoria del temporaneo (Vol. 3, pp. 53-67). Milano: Electa

53. Bollini, L., De Palma, R. & Nota, R. (2013). Wandering into past: Design Mobile App for the Geo-referred and the Multimodal User Experience in the Context of Cultural Heritage. In B. Murgante, O. Gervasi, S. Misra, N. Nedjah, A. M. A. C. Rocha, D. Taniar & B. O. Apduhan (Eds.), Computational science computational science and its applications – ICCSA 2013 (Vol. 3, pp. 481-492). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-39646-5_35


2012

51. Bollini, L., & Falcone, R. (2012). Geolocalization as wayfinding and user experience support in cultural heritage locations. In B. Murgante, O. Gervasi, S. Misra, N. Nedjah, A. M. A. C. Rocha, D. Taniar & B. O. Apduhan (Eds.), Computational science computational science and its applications – ICCSA 2012 (Vol. 7334-II, pp. 508-516). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-31075-1_38

50. Bollini, L. (2012). Comunicare con il colore spazi e percorsi: Aspetti metodologici, ergonomici e user-centered. Campus bicocca: Un caso studio. In M. Rossi & A. Siniscalco (Eds.), Colore e colorimetria. Contributi multidisciplinari, (Vol. VIII, pp. 431-438). Santarcangelo di Romagna (RN): Maggioli Editore

49. Bollini, L. (2012). Conceptual map based presentation in design education. In ICERI 2012 Proceedings (pp. 3794-3796). Madrid: IATED.

48. Bollini, L. (2012). Visual design for non-designers. A participatory experience based on web 2.0 tools in a multidisciplinary master degree programme. In Proceeding of the 6th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (pp. 3157-3162). Valencia: IATED.

47. Bollini, L. (2012). Territories of experience. Urban, social, digital spaces: A user-centered perspective. In K. H. Krempels & J. Cordeiro (Eds.), WEBIST 2012 – Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (pp. 440-443). Porto: SciTePress.


2011

45. Bollini L (2011). Territories of digital communities. Representing the social landscape of web relationships. In: Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2011, LNCS 6782(1). vol. 6782, p. 501-511, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-21928-3_36

44. Bollini L (2011). Territorio e rappresentazione. Paesaggi urbani. Paesaggi Sociali. Paesaggi Digitali. Rimini e l’altro Mediterraneo. In: Spazi e Culture del Mediterraneo Vol. 3. (pp. 28-42). Reggio Calabria: Edizioni Centro Stampa di Ateneo.

41. Bollini L (2011). Teaching vs. Coaching in Visual design Programme. A collaborative approach based on self-learning & User-Generated Content. In: EduLearn 2011 Proceedings. (pp. 3955-3961). Barcelona: IATED.


2010

39. Bollini, L., & Bontempi, A. (2010). How user-generated content affects on line professional journalism. An experimental monitoring. In Iceri 2010 proceedings (pp. 3333-3341). Madrid: IATED.

38. Bollini, L. (2010). Learning by doing: A user centered approach to signage design. Milano bicocca a case study. In Edulearn 2010 proceedings. Barcelona: IATED.


2009

37. Bollini, L. (2009). Dall’ipertesto alla performance multimodale: Forme di rappresentazione digitale dell’allestimento. In M. Borsotti & G. Sartori (Eds.), Il progetto di allestimento e la sua officina. Luogo, memoria ed evento: Mostre alle fruttiere di Palazzo Te, Mantova. (pp. 33-35). Milano: Skirà.


2009

35. Bollini, L., & Cerletti, V. (2009). Knowledge sharing and management for local community: Logical and visual georeferenced information access. In B. Granville, Z. Majkic & L. Chunping (Eds.), International conference on enterprise information systems and web technologies (eiswt-09) conference proceedings (pp. 92-99). Orlando: IRST.

34. Bollini, L. (2009). From paper to bytes: Digital knowledge sharing. A multi-level approach to document digitalization. A case history in italian historical studies. In B. Encarnação (Ed.), Proceedings of the fifth international conference on web information systems and technologie (pp. 567-571). Lisbona.

33. Bollini, L., & Palma, G. (2009). Content-based indexing and cognitive maps. Innovative paradigm in information architecture and interface design for knowledge management. The opsis identifier descriptive model: A case study. In L. G. Chova, D. M. Belenguer & I. C. Torres (Eds.), Inted2009 proceedings: International technology, education and development conference (pp. 2106-2125). Valencia: IATED.

32. Bollini, L. (2009). Preservation, condivision and dissemination of the historical and documental heritage for a collaborative discipline of the historical studies: “Dictionary of the Italian Resurgency” on line. In L. G. Chova, D. M. Belenguer & I. C. Torres (Eds.), Inted2009 proceedings: International Technology, Education and Development Conference (pp. 2168-2172). Valencia: IATED.

30. Bollini, L., & Cerletti, V. (2009). Logical and visual georeferenced search: Merging user centered interaction models. In HASTAC: Traversing Digital Boundaries, Urbana-Champain, Illinois.


2005

27. Bollini, L.. (2006). Registica Multimodale. In G. Anceschi, M. Botta & M. A. Garito (Eds.), L’ambiente dell’apprendimento. Web design e processi cognitivi (pp. 281-189). Milano: McGraw-Hill.

26. Bollini, L.. (2006). Metodologie per il design dei new media. In G. Anceschi, M. Botta & M. A. Garito (Eds.), L’ambiente dell’apprendimento. Web design e processi cognitivi (pp. 281-189). Milano:  McGraw-Hill.

25. Bollini, L. (2006). Etica dell’accessibilità e design dell’interazione: Esperienze grafiche di transizione. Progetto Grafico(8), 172-175.

24. Bollini, L., & Palma, G. (2006). Un approccio visivo all’architettura dell’informazione per il web: Le mappe cognitive. Progetto Grafico(7), 48-55.


2004

21. Bollini, L. (2005). Etica progettata: New media e no profit. In M. Borsotti (Ed.), Rosso. Fuoco, sangue, passione. Milano: CLUP. [ISBN 8870906345]

17. Bollini, L. (2004). Design del sistema interfaccia. In P. Bertola & E. Manzini (Eds.), Design multiverso. Appunti di fenomenologia del design (pp. 231 – 242). Milano: Polidesing.

16. Bollini, L. (2004). Architettura dell’informazione per il web. In P. Bertini & F. Caburlotto (Eds.), I quaderni del webbit 2003 – usabilità/accessibilità e web-design (pp. 77-86). Padova: Webbit Edizioni.

15. Bollini, L. (2004). Comunicare la didattica. In M. Borsotti (Ed.), Piccoli frammenti di città per abitare (pp. 231-242). Milano: CLUP.

13. Bollini, L., & Palma, G. (204). Cognitive maps: New paradigms in information architecture and interface design for the web. The opsis identifier descriptive model for web information architecture based on cognitive maps: Designing-x a case study. In A. J. Canas, J. D. Novak & F. M. Gonzalez (Eds.), Concept maps: Theory, methodology, technology. Pamplona.

12. Bollini, L., & Palma, G. (2004). Web interface design based on cognitive maps. In N. Callaos, W. Lesso, B. Sanchez & Y. Makarov (Eds.), The 8th world multi-conference on systemics, cybernetics and informatics (Vol. XVIII, pp. 257-260). Orlando: IIS. [ISBN 980-6560-13-2]

11. Bollini, L., & Pizzocaro, S. (2004). Perspectives from innovative learning environments in advanced education for design. In P. Grew & G. Valle (Eds.), T.E.L. ’03 proceedings: International conference on technology-enhanced learning (pp. 221-232). Milano: Hugony Editore.


2003

09. Bollini, L. (2003). I “manifesti” coscienza etica della professione. In L. Bollini & C. Branzaglia (Eds.), No brand more profit (pp. 52-57). Milano: AIAP Edizioni.

08. Bollini, L. (2003). MUI: Design of the HC Interfaces as a directing of communications modes targeted on human senses. In M. Callaos (Ed.) Senses and sensibility in technology (pp. 182-186). Lisbona: IADE

07. Bollini, L. (2003). Multimodal directing in new media design. In L. Ardissono & A. Goy (Eds.), Simposium on Human-computer interaction – HCITALY 2003 (pp. 13-16). Torino.

06. Bollini, L., & Palma, G. (2003). Web interface design based on cognitive maps: Generative dynamics in information architecture. In C. Soddu (Ed.), 6th Generative Art, Conference Proceedings (pp. 66-71). Milano: Politecnico di Milano.