The International Journal of Design (including Interaction Design)

2 Feb 2008 - 7:18pm
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DrWex
2006

Reposted with Don Norman's permission. I haven't had a chance to
check out the journal itself yet.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Don Norman <norman at nngroup.com>
Date: Feb 1, 2008 4:41 PM
Subject: The International Journal of Design (including Interaction Design)

I'd like to recommend an open, high-quality on-line journal to the CHI
community: The International Journal of Design (www.ijdesign.org).

This journal is peer-reviewed (acceptance rate is about 20%). It
contains high quality, original articles of interest to the design
community in general, but also to CHI. For example, Löwgren' paper on
"fluency" is highly relevant to CHI: "Fluency as an Experiential
Quality in Augmented Spaces," Jonas Löwgren (URLs to the abstract,
HTML and PDF versions of the paper are
at: http://www.ijdesign.org/ojs/index.php/IJDesign/ )

Access to all papers is free.

I have just joined the Editorial Board. Note that there is now a call
seeking papers for a special issue on Cultural Aspects of Interaction
Design, which will be published in August 2008. The deadline for
submitting full papers is February 28, 2008.

Don Norman
Nielsen Norman Group & Northwestern University
norman at nngroup.com
<http://www.jnd.org/>

Comments

4 Feb 2008 - 1:27pm
Fred Beecher
2006

On 2/2/08, Alan Wexelblat <awexelblat at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Reposted with Don Norman's permission. I haven't had a chance to
> check out the journal itself yet.

I just checked it out... it features a number of interesting looking
articles, from an IxD's perspective. I just read one that discusses
different ways of defining, thinking about, and designing user value, which
is *highly* relevant to what I do day to day.

Thanks for posting this, Alan!

F.

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