Current Issue of Communication Design Quarterly
August 2015 | Volume 3, Issue 4 [PDF]
Available via the ACM Digital Library
About the Journal
ACM SIGDOC (Special Interest Group Design of Communication) seeks to be the premier information source for industry, management, and academia in the multidisciplinary field of the design and communication of information. Edited by Kirk St. Amant, it contains a mix of peer-reviewed articles, columns, experience reports, and brief summaries of interesting research results. Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ) is in the ACM Digital Library. A printed version will be sent to SIGDOC members and to libraries with an ACM institutional subscription.
We invite you to contribute in any of the following areas:
Peer-reviewed articles. Articles that cross discipline boundaries as they focus on the effective and efficient methods of designing and communicating information; disciplines will include technical communication, information design, information architecture, interaction design, and human-computer interaction.
Experience reports. Experience reports present project- or workplace-focused summaries of important technologies, techniques, or product processes.
Interesting research results. Short reports on interesting research or usability results that lack the rigor for a full article. For example, pilot studies, graduate student projects, or corporate usability studies where full details can’t be released.
We are also interested in proposals for guest editing special issues. As a guest editor, you would be responsible for providing two peer reviewed articles on a specific topic and, potentially, coordinating with the column editors so their columns can complement the issue’s theme.
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Kirk St. Amant
East Carolina University
CDQ Book Review Editor
East Carolina University