CHI 2002 Registration and Tutorial Discounts
Click here www.acm.org/chi2002 to register for CHI before 10 April and
than 20% off the full registration rate! And, don't forget to make your
The Hilton Minneapolis & Towers Hotel is the conference headquarters
reduced hotel rates have been negotiated at the conference hotel. Rooms
are assigned on
a first come, first served basis. Go make your reservations on line
Click here www.acm.org/chi2002 for discounts on our high quality
tutorial program. You will
receive $100 off half-day tutorials and $200 off full-day tutorials if
you register before 10 April.
Enhance your experience at CHI 2002! Register today!
WHY CHI 2002?
CHI Tutorials offer affordable HCI continuing education programs taught
by the most
renowned experts in the field. CHI 2002 highlights include:
-Cognitive factors in design [a really great course on how people think
and understand things!]
-E-business user interfaces
-Designing small and mobile interfaces
-Designing flexible, accessible user interfaces
-Understanding consumers and homes [with lots of data!]
Click here www.acm.org/chi2002 to find out more!
Don’t let your skills and knowledge get out of date.
Design Showcase and Practitioner’s forums…
This year the Practitioner’s Special Track will showcase the design work
of academics and
professionals. Plus the Design FORUM, in conjunction with AIGA, will
offer case studies that
explore design in the context of Web sites, software, mobile device
interfaces, virtual reality,
interactive television, and usability methods!
The leaders of HCI and about 2,000 of your HCI peers will be at CHI.
Ideas and information are the order of the day!
Provocative Plenary Addresses and Invited Discussions
How can technology enhance security without compromising personal
freedom? How can the
human-computer interface be extended to incorporate the body as a whole?
These are some of the timely and challenging issues that will be
Get great ideas. Interact with the industry’s top thinkers and
Meet cool, talented usability practitioners from major corporations. Use
services to jump-start your next career move!
Loren Terveen and Dennis Wixon
CHI 2002 co-chairs