CHI 2030 Vision Work

Why?

CHI, as we know it, is going to change. The number of submissions is rising, it is getting more difficult to find suitable venues that can host us, and a host of other issues is causing pressure to do something. But this does not have to be a bad thing: This is an opportunity!

Please visit us in the exhibition hall during CHI’19 in Glasgow and/or take the questionnaire below to have your say on how to design the best possible future.

You’re also free to email us anytime at: chi2030vision@gmail.com

Our twitter handle is @CHI2030V and we keep an eye on the hashtag #chi2030vision

OUR PROCESS

STEP 1

QUESTION TIME

What? Why? Why do we need to change? Do we even need to change? Let’s talk.

STEP 2

YOUR BIG IDEA

Maybe you know what to do? Share your big idea to the world: Do it on-site in Glasgow, or share it on Twitter!

STEP 3

CREATION TIME

We’ll factor your idea in to the thinking process. We hear you.

STEP 4

DEVELOP DETAILS

We’ll develop and reiterate the visions shortly after CHI’19, based on the community feedback and the collective thought process.

STEP 5

DELIVERY

We deliver the final visions forward to SIGCHI and other relevant parties who decide on the future of CHI eventually.

NEXT STEPS

BETTER-INFORMED FUTURE

All this, we hope, leads into a more informed, inclusive, better future for the entire CHI community.

About Us

Who can you talk to?

The task force was chosen based on an open call for volunteers. We received a lot of great applications, and all the ideas we received along the applications have been included in our thought process and materials.

If you wish to talk about CHI 2030 Vision work further, just pull the sleeve of any of the following people during CHI’19:

  • Joseph Konstan
  • Elisabeth Churchill
  • Marianna Obrist
  • Michael Muller
  • Miriam Sturdee
  • Raquel Oliveira Prates
  • Kashyap Todi
  • Elizabeth Rosenzweig
  • Jo White
  • Emily Sun
  • Liu Zhengjie
  • Barry Brown
  • Simo Hosio
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