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In With the Old, In With the New

BayCHI talk, December 11, 2018, PARC

Bill Buxton, twice on the BayCHI stage during BayCHI's early years, often berates practitioners these days for not knowing or caring to know about history. This troubling situation is exacerbated by the lack of age diversity in tech where discrimination against older workers is rampant. Meanwhile, tech and HCI designers are increasingly under scrutiny for not being adequately ethical or human(ity)-centered.

Richard Anderson, known to many as Mr. BayCHI when he was BayCHI Program Chair for twelve of its first thirteen years, returns to the BayCHI stage to look back at where we've been, mostly by revisiting some of what happened on the BayCHI stage during BayCHI's early years, and to look forward to where HCI design is heading and needs to head.

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  • jane555

    Feb. 27, 2019

BayCHI talk, December 11, 2018, PARC Bill Buxton, twice on the BayCHI stage during BayCHI's early years, often berates practitioners these days for not knowing or caring to know about history. This troubling situation is exacerbated by the lack of age diversity in tech where discrimination against older workers is rampant. Meanwhile, tech and HCI designers are increasingly under scrutiny for not being adequately ethical or human(ity)-centered. Richard Anderson, known to many as Mr. BayCHI when he was BayCHI Program Chair for twelve of its first thirteen years, returns to the BayCHI stage to look back at where we've been, mostly by revisiting some of what happened on the BayCHI stage during BayCHI's early years, and to look forward to where HCI design is heading and needs to head.

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