CHI 2003 Workshop: Providing Elegant Peripheral Awareness
Organizers: JJ Cadiz, Mary Czerwinski, Scott McCrickard, John Stasko
Call for Participation
This one-day workshop will strive to build community among the
researchers in the emerging area of peripheral awareness interfaces. The
workshop will begin with demonstrations of systems designed by the
participants. Activities will then switch to small groups discussions on
a variety of issues, including the common challenges facing peripheral
awareness interfaces and aspects of a peripheral awareness research
Workshop participants will also spend time creating a research framework
for approaching peripheral awareness. This framework will be developed
by exploring key features of peripheral awareness interfaces, key design
themes within the peripheral awareness design space, and evaluation
procedures that can be used to measure the usability and utility of
these types of interfaces.
Participants from a wide variety of fields are welcome (information
visualization, cognitive psychology, tool developers, etc.). Interested
participants should send position papers (2-4 pages) to JJ Cadiz
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Read the full proposal. Link is
2-4 page position papers due Friday, January 17.
Participants will be notified about the status of their proposals by
Friday, February 7.
The workshop will be held Monday, April 7, at CHI 2003 in Ft.
Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
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