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CHI 2003 (Computer-Human Interaction) Conference

The CHI 2003 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information about computer-human interaction (CHI), also known as human-computer interaction (HCI).

Of particular note, are the following workshops:

Saturday, 5th April - Something Old, Something New: Designing for the Aging Population.

Sunday, 6th April - Styling the New Web: Web Usability with Style Sheets.

Sunday, 6th April - Web Sites That Work: Designing With Your Eyes Open.

Sunday, 6th April - Designing Flexible, Accessible Interfaces That Are More Usable by Everyone.

Sunday, 6th April - Handheld Usability: Design, Prototyping, & Usability for Mobile Devices.

Monday, 7th April - Designing for Users with Special Needs.

Date: from 04 April, 2003 to 09 April, 2003
Venue: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
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