Northumbria goes to CHI 2013: Changing Perspectives

Louvre at dusk by scot2342 CC BY-NC-ND 2.0Once again Northumbria University is involved in 26 contributions to the prestigious CHI conference, this year being held in Paris and finishing today.

You can read about them all here:

CHI 2013: Changing Perspectives

Experts from the Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences and Health and Life Sciences have taken part this year, with contributions including digital art, design for ageing, vulnerability and dementia, spiritual user experiences, HCI in Mass Media through to understanding communication needs of different health groups.

CHI is the premier international conference on human-computer interaction, which took place this year between 27th April and 2nd May in Paris. This year’s conference is one of the biggest ever, with over 3,000 professionals from over 40 countries.