The festival showcases the short works of young emerging Australian filmmakers who have taken on the challenge of Reelife by presenting real issues…real people…in real situations.
On Monday, September 29th, not one but TWO experts from Opera Software (Andreas Bovens & Charles McCathieNevile) will be in town, and have kindly agreed to talk for us on the topics of standards, accessibility and the future of the Web. This event will occur at Loop Bar in the city, note this is a Monday night. Both speakers are based overseas (Tokyo and Norway), and this is their only Melbourne speaking engagement, so be sure to get along!
Persuasion, emotion, and trust (PET) are critical factors for creating successful online interactions. While traditional user-centered design focuses on designing for usability, it is now essential to leverage the science of PET to influence users.
Human characteristics and theoretical principles for usable web applications, intranet and internet sites – one day course. Ever wonder why users don’t behave how you expect? Ever done usability testing or found usability issues but didn’t know how to fix them?
Processes and interface design fundamentals for designing usable web applications – one day course. From internet banking, online learning, government transactional sites to employee phonebooks, online projects increasingly include elements of web application design.
As the annual conference for the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA), OZCHI attracts an international community of researchers and practitioners with a wide range of interests, including usability, information architecture, interaction design, human factors and ergonomics, human-computer interaction, information systems, software engineering, artificial intelligence, design, social sciences and management. The long and short papers accepted in the conference will be included in the proceedings of the ACM Digital Library.