The Toronto User eXperience Summit (TUXS) 2004 is a multi-disciplinary and
trans-industry gathering of user interface designers, software developers,
graphic designers, human factors practitioners, engineers, industrial
designers, teachers, information architects, researchers, and professionals
in other areas seeking to gain an understanding of how to better craft and
mange the interaction between people and any kind of designed environment.
TUXS 2004, scheduled for May 11-13, is a forum for professionals to learn,
discover, and refine the techniques and methodologies for creating
compelling, effective user experiences. Through hands-on tutorials,
workshops, presentations and real-time design sessions, participants will
learn techniques and methodologies to successfully integrate technology and
the user experience with the world around us.
TUXS 2004 is interested in receiving proposoals for tutorials, workshops,
streamed papers, expert panels, or case studies that address the conference
theme: Work, Play, Live: Integrating the User Experience.
Further details, including the Call for Participation, are available online: