NordiCHI 2012 – Making sense through design - Submission Open!
The 7th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction is the main forum in Northern Europe for human-computer interaction research. It is the meeting place for researchers, designers, practitioners, and educators from a broad range of traditions and communities. The conference will take place at the IT University of Copenhagen on the 14-17th of October 2012.
30th of April 2012: Full papers & short papers, http://precisionconference.com/~nordiCHI
25th of May 2012: Workshop and tutorials
13th of July 2012: Posters, demos, and videos; design cases; industrial experiences
10th of August 2012: Doctoral consortium
Visit the website or scroll below for committee and call for contributions http://www.nordichi2012.org
Over the years, Interaction Design has produced manifold contributions to the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) by elevating among other things the importance of user experience, design practices, creativity, and participation. By having design as part of the conference theme, NordiCHI 2012 wants to recognise the significant vitality of the design community in the Nordic region, including top-level education, world-class industrial and artistic design, and high cultural relevance. As new technologies continue to influence everyday perception of basic concepts such as time and space, sociocultural changes are taking place that demand HCI researchers to examine situations with an open mind. In the recent 18:4 issue of ACM Interactions, Liam Bannon illustrates "how HCI has moved from evaluation of interfaces through design of systems and into general sense-making of our world". NordiCHI 2012 embraces this explorative yet down-to-earth challenge of designing interactive systems for human practices that are still in the making.
NordiCHI 2012 accepts contributions in several