Call: Create10, “the conference for innovative interaction design”

Create10 :: the conference for innovative interaction design

30th June – 2nd July 2010
Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh UK

The provisional programme is online now, early registration ends 31st May.

The Create conference centres on interaction design, a young discipline with roots in human-computer interaction, ergonomics, product and graphic design, multi-media and art. An interaction designer is a difficult person to pigeon hole and can be found in mobile phone companies, consumer product manufacturers, design consultancies, as a single practitioner, or within academic computing and design departments.

As well as presentations of academic research and student work, the conference will provide real learning opportunities through case studies, discussion and demonstrations. We also present theoretical and research perspectives on the process of design innovation and approaches to creativity in HCI; how human factors can be integrated within a creative design process, methods that encourage creativity in interaction design, and the challenges of working in multi- disciplinary teams.

Student Design Competition

The conference organizers are particularly pleased that the winning students’ entries will be on public show at Inspace, a fantastic new- media exhibition space. Today’s art, design and technology students are the people who will be defining what the interdisciplinary field of interaction design will become in the near future.

Digital Creativity Journal

We have also agreed with the journal Digital Creativity that successful papers and student submissions will be invited to submit their work for potential publication.

Conference Keynotes

Mika Tuomola is artistic director of Crucible Studio at the Media Lab of the University of Art and Design Helsinki and has produced highly innovative interactive TV productions.

Jason Bruges produces innovative installations and bridges his work between architecture, interaction design and installation art. He has just been nominated for a Brit Insurance Design Award for his Panda Eyes installation, originally created for the World Wildlife Fund.

Prof. Ernest Edmonds, University of Technology, Sydney is one of the rare academics who has successfully brought together human-computer interaction, creativity and art.

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