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DIS 2020: ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems
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Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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Contribution Areas

DIS2020 invites papers that are well aligned with the theme of DIS2020: More than human centered design. We also invite papers that can contribute to any of the four following areas described below. Please note that papers will be submitted to the papers track, independent of the contribution area theme. The DIS 2020 Papers split committees will be comprised of Associate Chairs that collectively represent expertise across all contribution areas.

Critical Computing and Design Theory

Critical computing and design theory have contributed to one another for decades. This area seeks papers that carry this work into a new generation–exploring the relationships among design inquiry, politics, aesthetics, ethics, and craftsmanship as well as unpacking the notion of criticality in design and computing.

Design Methods and Processes

Share your inventions and insights that open up new spaces for design, allow for engagement with new, difficult to access communities, and enable designers to play with exciting new materials. This area seeks papers that document, innovate and/or advance the methods and processes used by UX and service design practitioners; user researchers from industry, academia, and NGOs; and academic design researchers working in HCI and interaction design.

Experiences, Artifacts, and Technology

Interactions with digital artifacts and technologies are an inescapable facet of our everyday experience. This area seeks papers that explore new relationships and intersections amongst and between experiences, artifacts and technologies, and the ways in which meaningful and impactful interactions are designed, created and engendered.

Change Through Design

Design has the potential to enact positive change and/or tackle large-scale and complex societal, cultural, economic, environmental, and/or political challenges in the world. What are the political, ethical, and moral dimensions of design? Who is allowed to participate in design processes, and who are our designs for? This area seeks papers about design activism discourses, approaches, processes, tools, and inspirational cases/exemplars.

Preparing and Submitting Your Submissions

Abstract and Title Submissions

DIS 2020 has two submission deadlines for papers. The first deadline, January 24, requires you to submit title, abstract of less than 150 words, and meta-data for your paper. We will use this information to help plan the specifics of the review process. The second deadline, January 31, is for the final version of your paper. You can also update your paper title and abstract as needed.
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2019-11-24
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