A busy week at OzCHI


Next week I will be at OzCHI in Sydney. OzCHI is the annual conference of CHISIG, the “Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group” of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.


First up I’m teaching my “Principles of Interaction Design” tutorial on Tuesday. Later in the week I am presenting a case study with Matt Morphett on a project we worked on together earlier this year. I’m also speaking on a panel about design goals, and chairing a session. Sheesh!


Come up and say g’day if you are there.


Comments (2)

  1. I wish I had more time to spend at ozCHI 2006 – the best I could do was to spend a day there after I

  2. Patrizia Bordignon says:

    So how was it Shane?  I missed it and everyone has been telling me it was the best yet, especially the practitioner side of it.

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