William Gaver, Kristina Höök
In the last issue, we suggested that the perfect CHI design paper is a myth, not just because it is all but impossible to achieve, but also because there are so many ways to pursue and report design research. In this column, we suggest that a few ingredients seem to be present in all, or at least nearly all, submissions considered by the subcommittee to be successful enough for acceptance to this year’s CHI conference. Each ingredient is a key factor in delivering design practice as design research. We hope that describing them here will help replace the imaginary…
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