SIGDOC is searching for volunteer-leaders to run for election in 2019. About SIGDOC The ACM Special Interest Group for Design of Communication is a vibrant international professional organization providing a forum for researchers and practitioners of the design of communication,
This summer we had an incredibly successful annual conference in Milwaukee, WI. During the conference, SIGDOC leadership engaged the community in a series of listening sessions. We wanted to hear from attendees and SIGDOC members about how the organization is
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 6 Issue 3) is now live: Editorial: Perspectives on Preparing Technical Communication Professionals for Today and the Future by Rebekka Andersen and Carlos Evia Evolving Skill Sets
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (6-2) is now out: Editors’ Introduction: Mapping the Complex Context(s) of Use by Kirk St. Amant Participatory Video Methods in UX: Sharing Power with Users to Gain Insights into
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (6-1) is now out: Guest Editors’ Introduction: Proceedings from and Future Plans for the Symposium for Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) by Daniel Richards Site Identity, Artifact Duplication, and Disambiguation
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (5-4) is now out: Guest Editors’ Introduction: Wearable Technologies and Communication Design by John Jones and Catherine C. Gouge Sensors and Gizmos and Data, Oh My: Informating Firefighters’ Personal
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (5-3) is now out: Editorial: Reflecting on and Re-Thinking Usability and User Experience Design by Kirk St. Amant The Past, Present, and Future of UX Empirical Research by Joy
Peter Merholz discusses a range of topics, including his new book co-authored with Kristin Skinner, design methodologies, effective design leadership, and learning from his experiences as a leader at Adaptive Path.
Lisa Welchman discusses her new book, team dynamics, legal concerns, systems theory, and approaching effective team communication as a design problem.
In part 2 of this podcast, Clay Spinuzzi discusses his new book, the need to iterate activity theory, and the potential of social network analysis as a method for doing workplace studies.