11th Annual ACM SIGCHI NZ Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (CHINZ 2010)
|Description||The CHINZ conference provides a general forum for all those involved with Computer Human Interaction (CHI or HCI) to address design centred human use of technology. We welcome full length and short research papers in all areas of this diverse field and especially encourage graduate students to present at the conference. There will poster sessions and hands-on demonstrations during the conference, at which we would encourage industry practitioners to present.
In recent years more and more researchers in the field of HCI have looked to apply principles from the design industry to their work. Many have come to see themselves as Interaction Designers rather than just Interface Designers. The conference will address a wide range of topics around the central theme of Design Centered HCI. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Interaction design; user centred design, applying design principles in HCI, social implications of technology (e.g., for disabled or elderly); mobile technologies; games; robotics; tools and tool support; cyber psychology; usability; guidelines and heuristics; implications of technology for cognition; education aspects; and industry case studies.|
|Location||Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Contact person||Michelle Campbell||