SIDeR'12 - Student Interaction Design Research Conference

Gothenburg, Sweden
- Gothenburg

Event Description

THEME: Intertwine and Play

The conference theme for the 8th SIDER conference is Intertwine and Play. Intertwining traditional services with new media forms and engaging play is the core challenge for future interaction design. In all parts of the work of an interaction designer, from gathering requirements, to performing methods and creating products, it is important to take respect to what is already there, from organizational and theoretical level to spatial and practice level. At the same time, by playing and experimenting with traditions, and intertwine them with new media and new technology, interaction designers will be able to inspire and visualize new perspectives of the future.


Papers must not exceed 4 pages (~2000 words) in length following the standard ACM format. The papers will be presented orally by authors on stage for 10 minutes, and the presentations are grouped in sessions with other related papers. There will also be a limited number of opportunities for exhibiting projects as an alternative to presenting on stage.



Suggested topics for papers include but are not limited to:

  • Human-Computer Interaction

  • Ubiquitous Computing

  • Multimodal Interaction

  • Tangible User Interfaces

  • Aesthetics of Interaction

  • Experimental Design

  • Game Design

  • Design Methods

  • Interaction Techniques

  • Social computing

  • Information visualization

  • Design cases

  • Mobile computing


Papers must be submitted as a pdf-fi