ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
May 15-20, 1999
David Lawrence Convention Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Tel: +1 410 263 5382
The CHI Is the LimitCHI 99, "The CHI Is the Limit," posed the questions: What are the limiting factors to the success of interactive systems? How can we enable users to overcome those limits? What techniques and methodologies do we have for identifying and transcending limitations? And just how far can we push those limits?
At CHI 99 we met experts in the art and science of designing cutting-edge human-computer interaction... made and renewed connections with HCI researchers, designers, and developers from diverse backgrounds... marveled at demonstrations of new and unique designs and design processes... interacted with people who share a passion for finding ways to let users focus on their work or play, not on the technology they are using... learned how to apply state-of-the-art techniques in our own work... listened to provocative interviews with some of the most interesting people working in HCI today... and celebrateed during the conference reception at the dazzling Carnegie Museums.
The setting for CHI 99 was Pittsburgh, known as the "Renaissance City." Once a gritty steel-making town, Pittsburgh is now one of the high-tech banking and finance centers of the world. It is a highly walk-able city with an abundance of fine universities, museums, restaurants, parks, waterfront, and sight-seeing opportunities.
Mark Altom and Marian Williams Conference and Technical Program Co-Chairs email@example.comFor more information about the CHI 99 conference, please see the online Advance Program.
18-20 May, 1999: CHI 99 Conference
1-6 April, 2000: CHI 2000.