Bill Gaver, Kristina Höök
Fresh out of this year’s CHI paper committee meeting, we thought it might be helpful to share a few reflections from the Design subcommittee on our findings. We had time for a group discussion in the hotel meeting room we had shared over a long two days, discussing and debating which papers to accept from well over 100 submissions. After all the dissecting and questioning, both in the room and during breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and breaks, we were all well prepared to think about how CHI design papers can succeed, and where they tend to fall short. Our hope…
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