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INVITATION -Usability and Internationalization Conferenc e in association with HCII 2005 (fwd)

From: by way of Martin Duerst <naykin@att.net>
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 15:50:43 +0900
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>Invitation for Session or Panel Submission
>Usability and Internationalization Conference, affiliated with 11th 
>International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2005) July 
>22-27, 2005 Las Vegas, USA 
>(<http://www.hci-international.org/>http://www.hci-international.org/).
>
>On behalf of the Usability and Internationalization Conference Program 
>Committee, I would like to invite you to participate in the Usability and 
>Internationalization Conference in association with HCII 2005, which will 
>be held in Las Vegas, NV, USA, July 22-27, 2005.
>
>As industries expand into global markets, designers and developers are 
>becoming more concerned with the needs of culturally diversified target 
>users. This makes internationalization and localization one of the key 
>concerns in their minds, and gives a new twist on how we approach 
>usability globally.
>
>Join experts from around the world to understand the impact of 
>internationalization on user interface design, share experiences in 
>designing for global markets, and understand the future trends in 
>internationalization. This technical conference will explore the 
>opportunities created by the latest advances in HCI and how to leverage 
>them for global users, as well as potential pitfalls to be aware of, and 
>problem areas that need further research. There will also be 
>demonstrations of best practices for designing applications that can 
>accommodate any language. Attendees benefit from the wide range of basic 
>to advanced topics and the opportunities for dialog and idea-exchange with 
>experts in the field. The conference features tutorials, lectures, and 
>panel discussions that provide coverage of standards, best practices, and 
>recent advances in the internationalization and usability of user 
>interfaces for software applications and the Internet.
>
>I would like to invite you to submit a paper, or organize a session that 
>either includes 7 paper presentations or a panel session. Topics include, 
>but not limited to:
>
>o Cross-cultural design
>o Internationalization
>o Localization
>o International standards
>o Globalization process
>o Translation
>o Technical documentation
>o International formatting
>o Case studies
>o Languages
>o Culture studies
>o International usability evaluation
>o International ethnographic studies
>
>Please let me know by June 23rd if you are interested in submitting a 
>paper or organizing a session with the information requested below.
>
>If you would like to present a paper, please send me the author(s) 
>affiliation(s), title of your paper and a brief abstract.
>
>If you would like to organize a session:
>1) session title that you will be chairing,
>2) name and affiliation of the session chair,
>3) a list of each of the 7 presenters including their names, affiliation,
>titles and brief abstracts of their papers.
>
>Thank you for your participation in making HCII2005 and affiliated
>conferences successful.
>
>Best regards,
>
>Nuray
>
>Dr. Nuray Aykin
>Usability and Internationalization Conference Chair
>naykin@att.net
>
Received on Tuesday, 8 June 2004 03:09:09 GMT

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