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Tony Rose <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 14 May 2007 19:35:14 +0100
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Online Registration is now open for CREATE 2007
  13-14 June 2007
British Computer Society, Covent Garden, London

  CREATE is a 2-day conference about creating innovative 
interactions, whether digital consumer products, interactive services or 
interaction paradigms. A conference where the emphasis is not on presenting technology or evaluation, but to share the wealth of creative ideas we have developed to resolve problems, to create new capabilities, or new functions.

CREATE will present cases of innovative interactions and 
visualisations, and discussions of how we innovate. It will show the role of user- centred design in the innovation process, in a workshop format allowing us to debate the ways in which new designs come about and how novel but usable interactions can be developed.

  Keynote speakers include Jarnail Chudge - Microsoft, Peter Wright -
Sheffield Hallam University, and Bill Gaver, Goldsmiths College,
University of London, with a programme of case studies and research 
from both industry and academics.

  The cost for this two day conference is
  Members of the Ergonomics Society and members of the British 
Computer Society: £188 (£160 plus vat)
Non members: £235 (£200 plus vat)
Registration is available from
  Full programme:
  Day One
Keynote: Jarnail Chudge, Microsoft
Design at the Edge – shaping user experience
Interactive mirror: Application and interaction design for innovative beauty care, Tatiana Lashina
Ensemble: embodied experiences in a sound and jewellery installation, Michael Smyth
Intuitively handling calendars in virtual environments, Emília Dias da Costa
Case study: EasyJet Desktop Gadget, Pete Gale
Creative Strategies – doing things differently
Taking a walk: using methods creatively to inform the design of interactive environments, Luigina Ciolfi
Organisational ambivalence in creating innovative interactions, John V H Bonner
Creativity in the Specification of Large-Scale Socio-technical Systems, Sara Jones
Keynote: Peter Wright, Sheffield Hallam University
Poster session 

Day Two
Keynote: BillGaver, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Design at the Edge – safety critical thinking
A dynamic content visualization framework to optimize driver information processing, Anna Pohlmeyer
ATC Conflict: evolution and design of air traffic conflict displays, Hugh David
ATC Symbol: re-design of the aircraft symbol in air traffic control, Hugh David
Creative Strategies - techniques for innovating
Understanding the gap between the physical and digital music worlds to develop a product that encourages legal downloading, Simon Rubens
From Conceptual to Concrete: the power of video in scenario development and design communication, Oli Mival
Summary workshop 

Tony Rose, PhD
Chair, Ergonomics Society HCI SIG
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