Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Currently, a subscription to interactions is linked to membership within ACM SIGCHI, the Special Interest Group for Computer-Human Interaction. Hence, to some extent, interactions is intended for each of the "CHI communities"design, management, usability, engineering, education, and research. And to some extent, members of these six communities are our primary audience. However, an assortment of individual and institutional subscribers outside of SIGCHI also receive interactions. Is interactions no less intended for them and others as well? In structuring the publication and assembling the new interactions team, we have looked to the definitions and boundaries of the six CHI communities…
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