This week I will be presenting at ACM SIGGRAPH (the top conference in graphics and one of the most prestigious in Computer Science) the work that Johannes Lang and I have done in Infotypography. We looked at how people perceive typographic parameters. This could support the use of these parameters to represent information.
Here is a teaser of the talk (30 seconds):
Here is a fuller, 15 min presentation ():
Here are two links to the paper:
https://doi.org/10.1145/3528223.3530111 Local copy
Here is a website with resources for using it:
For those of you who are in Vancouver attending SIGGRAPH, the presentation is:
When: Thursday August 11, 2022
Where: East Building, Ballroom C Session: Perception
A paper on our work about how people think about constraint programming has just been published in anticipation of the prestigious
Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2022). The paper is accessible through this address.
The work takes place at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Constraint Programming.
We analyzed how non-experts tried to solve constrained programming problems.
Image showing a few examples of how people solved common constraint programming problems, such as scheduling.
This is work with
Ruth Hoffmann, Xu Zhu, and Özgür Akgün, from the School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews (my previous main institution).
This follows our previous work on how people visually represent
discrete contraint problems (at the IEEE Transations on Visualization and Computer Graphics).
Dr Hoffmann has also presented at ModRef
a synthesis on both pieces of work.
Finally, the SACHI group posted a
blog post with a bit more information.