SketCHI 2.0

Makayla Lewis, Miriam Sturdee, Jagoda Walny, Nicolai Marquardt, Thuong Hoang, Joanna Foster, Sheelagh Carpendale
2019 Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
Sketching is universal. It enables us to work through problems, communicate complexity, work with people who have diverse needs, and document work processes we employ within Human-Computer Interaction. Increased interest in sketching as a methodology within HCI has led to increased attendance of interactive courses, meet-ups, and discussion groups, from those who are complete beginners, to seasoned researchers with the skills and knowledge to support others. By bringing together these
more » ... her these individuals, we are able to advance the understanding of how sketching underpins research, and how we might work with sketching as technology advances. SketCHI 2.0 aims to support ongoing discussions and collaborations around sketching in HCI, and further build the Sketching HCI community. As well as drawing on location, feedback, and discussion, we will form collaborative working groups to further our collective interest in this area and conduct high-level discussions about the practical applications and outputs of sketching in HCI.
doi:10.1145/3290607.3311753 dblp:conf/chi/LewisSWMHFC19 fatcat:tq4zs4khzvg5dex7y6o2gdlxiq