Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
CHI2007 was one of the best CHI conferences ever, particularly for design researchers and practitioners. Kudos are due to the conference chairs, Mary Beth Rosson and David Gilmore, for promoting the design community, and to the design community chairs, Jon Kolko (Savannah College of Art and Design) and Bill Lucas (MAYA design), for pulling together a great number of sessions and activities for practitioners. Sixty-one of 144 "Contemporary Trend" submissions were tagged in the submission system as "Design," which is double the number submitted as design for CHI2006. Of those, acceptances included 18 experience reports, eight interactivity (demos), and…
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