Ron Wakkary, Erik Stolterman
CHI 2014 will soon be here—maybe you are even reading this at the conference in Toronto. The CHI conference is the major event of the year for HCI, for academics as well as for many professionals. CHI is constantly growing. Last year the conference hosted about 3,500 participants in Paris. But CHI is not only the biggest HCI conference, it is also the broadest. It covers almost all aspects of HCI. Our ambition with Interactions is to reflect the full breadth of our field, both as an academic discipline and as a professional practice. This is, of course, not…
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