SIGDOC 2012 took place in scenic Seattle, Washington and included a day of workshops plus a day and a half of presentations, experience reports and posters. The content of the event was very diverse with many great opportunities for insightful
ACM SIGDOC (Special Interest Group Design of Communication) is releasing a new publication! Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ) seeks to be the premier information source for industry, management, and academia in the multidisciplinary field of the design and communication of information. Edited
Download the most recent CRQ, September 2012! [PDF] This month’s topics include: What is Communication Design? Communication Design: The Value of Computing, Ambient Data, Ubiquitous Connectivity for Changing the Work of Communication Designers Telling the Future of Information Design Big Data, Situated
SIGDOC is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Egan Warren in the new position of Student Chapter Leader! Sarah has done an exceptional job of leading the NC State University SIGDOC chapter and is pleased to be able to
The summer SIGDOC newsletter is now online! Read a welcome from our new Chair, Rob Pierce, and get advice from our new Student Chapter Leader, Sarah Egan Warren. This newsletter also has information on several upcoming conferences including SIGDOC’s very
Notes from the Chair Dear ACM SIGDOC Members, This is my first of what will be five editions of Notes from the Chair from me, as I act as interim Chair until the next election. Many new positive steps have
ACM has a new print on demand program which is available for conference proceedings. The proceedings list for 2010 and 2011 was used as a starting point. (http://librarians.acm.org/order-print-conference-proceedings) The list of available proceedings will grow as the program continues.
A new SIGDOC website! Now officially launched and available: http://sigdoc.acm.org/. Please bookmark this new URL and feel free to provide input to our webmaster, Jen Riehle: email@example.com ACM Awards announced The ACM press release announcing the following five awards was
Sound Usability? Usability heuristics and guidelines for user-centered podcasts Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. Screen Space 2241 Blenheim Ct Marietta, GA 30066 001-404-931-2364 firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT In this paper, I explore usability for podcasts. I begin with a definition of podcasting.
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