This year we have created videos to help walk participants through the submission process: Submitting a proposal for SIGDOC 2015 Important Dates for the 2015 Conference This year the SIGDOC conference team has developed a new conference proposal design, with different
Call for Proposals Special Issue on “Internationalizing Information and Communication Design” [PDF] Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ), the peer reviewed publication of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)’s Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC) is soliciting article proposals for
The final issue of CDQ for 2014 is available for download. It kicks off with a column on Data Visualization by Manuela Aparicio and Carlos J. Costa. Next are two posters from this year’s conference, one poster by Alice R. Daer, Rebecca
Key links and dates for SIGDOC 2014.
CDQ 2.4 is now available for download. This issue includes a column by Rebekka Andersen on Content Strategy Work, Brian J. McNely’s “Knowledge Work, Knowledge Play: A Heuristic Approach to Communication Design for Hybrid Spaces”, and Marie Moeller’s “Pushing Boundaries
Remember that the CFP for SIGDOC 2014 ends this Sunday, 5/25. You can find all the details on the conference page. You can submit your proposal through EasyChair.
The latest issue of CDQ is now available. You can also read past issues in the archives. This issue includes four papers that expand upon Whitney Quesenbery’s keynote talk from the 3rd annual Symposium on Complex Information.
We are pleased to announce that the 2014 ACM Special Interest Group on Design of Communication conference will be held in Limerick, Ireland between July 16-17, 2015. SIGDOC focuses on the design of communication as it is taught, practiced, researched, and conceptualized in the fields
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At SIGDOC, presenters cover all aspects of the design of interactive systems and related forms of communication, including user experience, interaction design, information architecture, documentation, and user research methods. Presentations cover many different topics relevant to industry, entertainment, education, science,