Call: 3rd Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI)

Call For Papers / Call For Participation

3rd Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI)
February 24-25, 2014
East Carolina University
Greenville NC

For the full call for papers: http://workshop.design4complexity.com/home.php

SYMPOSIUM GOALS

Building on the success of the previous two conferences, the Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) explores the relationships between and within the contexts that affect complex information, information design, information architecture, user experience, and usability. It seeks to examine how design choices influence people’s behavior when interacting with complex information, and how the knowledge of situation contexts improves the design of complex information systems. The intention of SCCI is to foster an integrated approach to the design of complex information by bringing together members of the various research and practitioner communities.

Goals of this symposium are to build upon what we already know about communicating complex information across the spectrum of casual users to domain experts and clarify our understanding of what issues urgently need further research.

Keynote address will be by Whitney Quesenbery.

For more information: Michael Albers (albersm@ecu.edu).

SCHEDULE

2 page proposal due: September 15, 2013
Notice of acceptance: November 1, 2013
Papers for symposium due: February 15, 2014
Symposium dates: February 24–25, 2014

This symposium sponsored in part by:

East Carolina University
Department of English
Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences
Office of the Provost
ACM SIGDOC

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