Phillips, C. & McKauge, J. (1997). OZCHI‘96 Industry Session: Sixth Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. (Working paper 97/29). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science.
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The idea for a specific industry session at OZCHI was first mooted at the 1995 conference in Wollongong, during questions following a session of short papers which happened (serendipitously) to be presented by people from industry. An animated discussion took place, most of which was about how OZCHI could be made more relevant to people in industry, be it working as usability consultants, or working within organisations either as usability professionals or as ‘champions of the cause’. The discussion raised more questions than answers, about the format of such as session, about the challenges of attracting industry participation, and about the best way of publishing the results. Although no real solutions were arrived at, it was enough to place an industry session on the agenda for OZCHI‘96.
Computer Science, University of Waikato
- 1997 Working Papers