I usually only make it to one conference a year, but in 2004 I had the unusual pleasure (or duty, depending on your point of view) of attending both CHI in Vienna and OOPSLA in Vancouver. (Next year I will do the W'sWarsaw and Walla Walla). I presented my own material on user-centered design and had the opportunity to attend tutorials on two very different approaches to improving the usability of interactive systems. A Cognitive Approach to Interactive System Design Mike Atwood and Tom Hewett's A Cognitive Approach to Interactive System Design at the CHI conference was a…
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