Workshop: Many People, Many Eyes: Aggregating Influences of Visual Perception on User Interface Design


Universal Usability and Interaction Design (UUID)

CALL FOR PAPERS

Many People, Many Eyes: Aggregating Influences of Visual Perception on
User
Interface Design
A CHI 2013 workshop, with Keynote talk by Jeffrey Heer

April 28, 2013, Paris, France in conjunction with CHI 2013
(chi2013.acm.org)

Submission deadline: January 11, 2013
Website – http://seas.harvard.edu/~reinecke/manyeyes/
Email – manypeoplemanyeyes@gmail.com

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

There are many differences in how we see the world. Native Welsh
speakers,
for example, lose their ability to differentiate between green and blue
as
they acquire the language (4-month old babies can visually
differentiate,
adults cannot). Colorblindness affects around 8% of men and 0.4% of
women.
Gender modulates which designs we perceive as appealing and
trustworthy.
North Americans are relatively better at ignoring the context
surrounding a
focal object, whereas East Asians perceive such contextual information
first.
These differences affect our perception of interface designs and other
visualizations, yet two substantial questions remain: (1) How can we
provide visual…

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