Announcing the DIS Workshop Program
 
ACM SIGCHI DIS 2017
THEME: BRIDGING KNOWLEDGE, CONNECTING PEOPLE
Edinburgh, UK, 10-14th June 2017 
hosted by the Centre for Interaction Design, Edinburgh Napier University.
 
http://dis2017.org/workshop-program/ <http://dis2017.org/workshop-program/>
 
DIS 2017 workshops will be held on the first two days of the conference (10th and 11th June 2017).
 
They engage with central themes in designing interactive systems for people. The workshops we selected are unique opportunities to collect together a diverse group of practitioners and researchers to spend focused time on important topics. These workshops aim to get things accomplished, generating outcomes (rather than reporting on them) and actively working together on open, unresolved or controversial issues in the field. Workshops are designed to generate interaction between participants, foster community-building and attract broad interdisciplinary interest within the field.
 
Unless otherwise indicated, all workshops are open for anyone to register their attendance. However, some workshops may require position statements to be submitted in order to be part of the program. For details on submissions and participation in specific workshops please follow the links to each Workshop’s webpage for full details.
 
Workshops Overview
 
Saturday June 10th
·      Continuous Situated Explorations in Data-enabled Design (DAY 1)
·      Gaze Interaction Design: Eye Movement as Design Material  (DAY 1)
·      Triangulation in UX studies: Learning from Experience
·      New Value Transactions: Understanding and Designing for Distributed Autonomous Organisations
·      People, Personal Data and the Built Environment
·      Designing Reconfigurable Televisual Experiences
·      Sketching DIS: Hand-drawn sketching in HCI
 
Sunday June 11th
·      Continuous Situated Explorations in Data-enabled Design (DAY 2)
·      Gaze Interaction Design: Eye Movement as Design Material  (DAY 2)
·      Pedagogy & Physicalization: Designing Learning Activities around Physical Data Representations
·      Designing for the Arab World
·      Setting the Stage with Metaphors for Interaction – Researching Methodological Approaches for Interaction Design of Autonomous Vehicles
·      Interrogating Biosensing in Everyday Life
·      Design tools and materials in creative work
 
http://dis2017.org/workshop-program/ <http://dis2017.org/workshop-program/>
 
Workshops Chairs: workshop [AT] dis2017.org
Augusto Esteves, Edinburgh Napier University
Brian O’Keefe, Farmingdale State College, State University of New York
 
Conference Chair:  oli[at]dis2017.org <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Oli Mival, Edinburgh Napier University
 
Technical Program Chairs: program[at]dis2017.org <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Michael Smyth, Edinburgh Napier University
Peter Dalsgaard, University of Aarhus
 
www.dis2017.org <http://www.dis2017.org/>
Twitter: @acmDIS
Facebook: www.facebook.com/acmDIS2017
 
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