If you're making the trip to HCI2003 this September, why not take a tutorial
Designing for Society
September 8-12th, 2003
Bath, United Kingdom
The HCI'2003 Tutorials represent and excellent opportunity for staying at
the leading edge of HCI research and practice. Extended interactions
with expert instructors will bring you up to speed on the lastest topics.
tutorial program has been put together to appeal to practitioners,
researchers and educators.
Tutorial Sessions on Monday the 8th September are:
[T1] Using design space analysis to facilitate more effective
interaction design meetings (half day): Paul Englefield, Ease of Use group,
[T2] Who needs this technology, and why? (full day): William Newman,
University College London Interaction Centre
[T3] Phone usability testing (full day): Julie Ratner & Anne-Laure
Negri, Iterative Design, Seattle WA,USA & Consultant, Sophia Antipolis,
[T4] The art of seeing: practical observation methods for software
development (full day): Susan M. Dray / David A. Siegel, Dray &
Associates, Inc., Minneapolis MN, USA
Tutorial Sessions on Tuesday the 9th September are:
[T5] Systemic task analysis (full day): Dan Diaper, Bournemouth University
[T6] Creating highly satisfying user experiences using software engineering
techniques to model users and design (full day): Dave Roberts & Claire
Paddison, Ease of Use group, IBM UK
[T7] Information visualization (full day): Robert Spence, Imperial College,
[T8] Working with and analyzing qualitative data (full day): David A.
Siegel / Susan M. Dray, Dray & Associates, Inc., Minneapolis MN, USA
[T9] Setting usability performance requirements (full day): Nigel Bevan,
Serco Usability Services
More information can be found at:
Tutorials are provisional on numbers attending. Popular tutorials fill
up quickly, so please apply early to reserve your place. If you have
applied for a tutorial which is cancelled, you will be offered the option of
taking up a place at an alternative tutorial.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bath.
The HCI 2003 Conference Committee
HCI 2003 is sponsored by ACM The British HCI group. Industry sponsors
include: Microsoft, Macromedia and Sprinbger Verlag. HCI 2003 is run
with support and cooperation of the British Computer Society, Engineering
Physical and Sciences Research Council, The Institute of Electrical
Engineers, Human Factors Network.