CHI 2021 Workshop on User Experience for Multi-Device Ecosystems: Challenges and Opportunities

Smart devices have pervaded every aspect of humans' daily lives. Though single device UX products are relatively successful, the experience of cross-device interaction is still far from satisfactory and, in contrary, is often a source of frustration, feelings of impotence, and digital stress. Inconsistent UI styles, unclear coordination, varying fidelity, pairwise interactions, lack of understanding intent, limited data sharing and security, and other problems typically degrade the experience in a multi-device ecosystem. Redesigning the UX, tailored to multi-device ecosystems, to enhance the user experience turns to be challenging while affording many new opportunities. This workshop brings together researchers, practitioners and developers with different backgrounds, including from fields such as computationally design, affective computing and multimodal interaction to exchange views, share ideas, and explore future directions on UX for distributed scenarios, especially for those heterogeneous cross-device ecosystems. The topics cover but are not limited to distributed UX design, accessibility, cross-device HCI, human factors in distributed scenarios, user-centric interface, and multi-device ecosystem.
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Important Dates

Submission deadline: 7 March, 2021 (extended)

• Acceptance notification: 11 March, 2021

• Camera-ready deadline: 16 March, 2021

 Early Registration deadline: 16 March, 2021

• Workshop day: Sunday 9 May, 2021 (TBD)

Feb 21, 2020 Submission deadline extended to Mar 7

Dec 7, 2020 Call For Papers Released

Oct. 10, 2020 Website goes online

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