Technologies and Topics
We welcome contributions that include, but are not limited to, any of the following technologies and topics of interest:
• Accessibility & Universal Access
• Collaboration, groupware and social networks
• Context-aware systems
• Education and Play
• Ethnographical and field studies
• Evaluation methods and frameworks
• Evaluation and usability
• Group interaction and mobility
• Human-centred design practices, tools and methods
• HCI Theory and Practice
• Inclusive Design
• Information visualization and presentation techniques
• Interactive Art
• Novel user interfaces, interaction techniques and technologies
• Novel or speculative research practices
• Mobile, Ambient, Augmented or Tangible HCI
• Multimodal interaction and interfaces
• Multi-cultural interaction
• Technologies for Learning
• Ubiquitous, pervasive, and mobile interaction
• User-centred design
• Usability investigation and evaluation
• Virtualisation and Cloud Computing
• Wearable computing, smart clothes, new devices and sensors
Submission categories are consistent with previous conferences and are as follows:
• Long papers
• Short papers
• Student papers
Guidelines for Authors
• Please submit full papers, not abstracts.
• Papers should be anonymised and submitted in PDF format.
• Long papers should not exceed 6 pages (approx. 6000 words or less).
• Short papers should not exceed 4 pages approx. 4000 words or less).
• Student papers should not exceed 4 pages (approx 4000 words or less).
• Posters should be in A0/A1 standard size. Please submit/upload your poster in PDF format using the paper submission on this site. Posters should include a title, names of authors and affiliation, and a brief description of the project: use context, methodology, design, evaluation, deployment.
All papers should be formatted to the ACM standard. Templates may be downloaded for use at the following location: