ChiCI Hosts HCI Conference

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The British HCI Conference has been organised this year by the Child Computer Interaction Group (ChiCI) at UCLan and will bring together global experts who study how computers and computer technology can be made more useful to humans.

HCI relates to all kinds of users, from children to the elderly, and technologies, from mobile apps and social networking to Google Glass. It is down to HCI that the letters on an iPhone keypad expand to allow for easier typing and it explains many human irritations such as when the ‘done’ button on a phone’s screen changes sides and the user can’t find it. Read more.

 

 

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