The increasing internationalization and globalization of communication, business and industry is leading to a wide cultural diversification of individuals and groups of users who access information, services and products. If interactive systems are to be usable, useful, and appealing to such a wide range of users, culture becomes an important HCI issue. Therefore, HCI practitioners and designers face the challenges of designing across different cultures, and need to elaborate and adopt design approaches, which take into account cultural models, factors, expectations and preferences, and allow to develop cross-cultural user experiences accommodating global users.
The Cross-Cultural Design (CCD) Conference, an affiliated conference of the HCI International Conference, arrived at its 15th edition and solicits papers from academics, researchers, industry and professionals, on a broad range of theoretical and applied issues related to Cross-Cultural Design and its applications.
P.L. Patrick Rau
Tsinghua University, P.R. China
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