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Responsible Innovation at CHI2019

December 18, 2018


Amidst all the shiny new interfaces and interactions at #CHI2019, there’s a fun workshop on Responsible Innovation. It would be irresponsible of you not to follow this link:

Top three readings for Sustainable HCI

May 15, 2014


At the sustainable HCI workshop at CHI this month we each agreed to contribute our top three “must reads” for Sustainable HCI (spoiler, none of these papers even mention Sustainable HCI).   Of course, I’d recommend my own books and other writings, but beyond that, here are my three (current) “must reads”. 1.  Sigrid Stagl’s […]

What have we learned? A SustCHI workshop.

November 25, 2013


The SIGCHI HCI & Sustainability Community will host a workshop as part of CHI 2014, the annual Association for Computing Machinery Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. This year’s conference will be held in Toronto, Canada, 26 Apr–1 May. The workshop will be held on either 26 Apr or 27 Apr. Our one-day workshop will gather new […]

Chris Preist on Sustainable Lens

May 28, 2013


  For the last three years I’ve been recording extended interviews with researchers and practitioners at CHI. Here’s the first of this year’s recordings: Dr Chris Preist (click through for pod).  Chris is Reader in Sustainability and Computing Systems at University of Bristol.  We talk about his background; his work at HP and Forum for the […]

“Post-sustainability” workshop at CHI

December 17, 2012


The CHI sustainability community will be hosting a workshop on ‘Post-Sustainability’ as part of CHI 2013: Changing Perspectives, the annual ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Paris, France (27 April – 2 May 2013). The workshop will be held on a single day prior to the start of the main conference, […]