CHI 2003 (Computer-Human Interaction) Conference
Sharon Perry, CETIS staff
April 04, 2003

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.