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Deck used during CHI 2008 (Florence, Italy) session entitled, "interactions magazine comes alive"

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    • “The new byline ('experience - people - technology') is already a mission statement in itself, especially since the magazine is published by ACM, which stands for 'Association for Computing Machinery'.” Mark Vanderbeeken, Putting People First
    • “The new byline ('experience - people - technology') is already a mission statement in itself, especially since the magazine is published by ACM, which stands for 'Association for Computing Machinery'.” Mark Vanderbeeken, Putting People First
    • putting people first
    • Our Vision Our Roots
    • the first issue
    • before the first issue
    • an early name, an early proposal…
    • … extensive (but shaky?) analyses …
    • …a design for the magazine…
    • … and the first vision. quot;Today a widely distributed diverse community of working professionals is inventing a reality where the use of computing resources will have a profound impact on the quality of everyday life. And so we are practicing in a field where the gradient of change is staggering, the boundaries fuzzy, and the component parts only loosely aggregated. interactions was conceived as a forum for envisioning the transformation of this new field of practice, and as a place where this pioneering community can expose the knowledge and experience that will delineate the boundary conditions as they are discovered.quot; John Rheinfrank, Bill Hefley. Reflections.
    • Our Vision, Goals, … Our Vision
    • Our goals: 1. To increase the relevance of this magazine to practitioners focused on interactions. 2. To ensure the contents of the magazine are deep, diverse, and of global relevance. 3. To place an emphasis on the people, technology, and experiences that merge together in contemporary culture to create meaningful and positive interactions.
    • Our vision: We see a world rich with culture, emotion, and human connections. The human-built world can afford a sense of beauty, sublimity, and resonance, and through our advancements in technology can come advances in society. At the center of these advances are interactions – conversations, connections, collaborations, and relationships – within and across multiple disciplines, with and without technology.
    • To move beyond melting community boundaries: In structuring the publication and extending the new interactions team, we have looked to the definitions and boundaries of the six CHI communities and of SIGCHI as a whole for guidance. But we have found those definitions and boundaries to be unclear.
    • To bridge disciplines: In our view, much of the benefit of communities lies not in their exclusiveness but in the muddy grayness between disciplines, such as where design meets education, research informs usability, or engineering collides with management.
    • To expand beyond SIGCHI: Such interactions … are of no less relevance and importance to multiple communities outside of SIGCHI. Therefore, it is our intent to greatly extend this publication’s reach. As we do so, we believe we will greatly increase its value to SIGCHI and to all.
    • “Who reads interactions now? The believers, the already committed. We preach to ourselves. No wonder the field has minimal impact.” Don Norman, January 2008
    • A sampling of ways to increase our footprint:
    • A sampling of ways to increase our footprint: $185 $50!
    • A sampling of ways to increase our footprint: $185 $50! Advertising!
    • A sampling of ways to increase our footprint: $185 $50! Advertising! A website!
    • Presence at other conferences:
    • A website!
    • interactions comes alive Our Vision
    • Optimistic Futurism
    • 80 pages per issue
    • Our Vision Issues
    • The Role of Print Media Print Web Free Fee
    • Behind the Scenes Our Vision
    • Community Editors Our Team: Community Editors
    • Contributing Editors Our Team: Community Editors
    • Columnists Our Team: Community Editors
    • Advisory Board Apala Chavan Aaron Marcus Lisa Neal Shelley Evenson Ian McClelland Human Factors Aaron Marcus and Independent Carnegie Mellon Phillips Applied International Associates, Inc Consultant University Technologies Raquel Prates Jonathan Arnowitz Elizabeth Dykstra- Kun Pyo-Lee Robin Jeffries Universidade Federal Google Erickson Korea Advanced Google de Minas Gerais Palm Source Institute of Science and Technology
    • ACM Staff and Art Direction Ken Korman Denise Doig Andrij Borys Alicia Kubista Executive Editor Managing Editor Art Director Associate Art Director
    • Our Vision Q&A
    • thank you Our Vision http://interactions.acm.org