ACM interactions magazine serves a number of related worlds, offering content to educate and inspire designers, providing viewpoints related to culture and anthropology, describing innovation and creation in a business environment, and continually investigating the relationship between people, experiences, and technology. Its publisher: ACM.
First published in 1994, interactions initially appeared quarterly but moved to bi-monthly in 1996. Since 2000, SIGCHI -- ACM's Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction -- has included a subscription to interactions among its benefits of membership.
Each issue contains a cover story, regarded as the keynote article. Forums are published three times a year by specific Forum Editors, contributing a perspective such as sustainability or public policy. Blogspots are opinionated personal pieces, The Demo Hour segments represent a glimpse at a specific project, and Day in the Lab articles feature labs across the globe.
Finally, the majority of each issue is contained in (typically) 5-6 feature articles, describing issues of general importance to the HCI community.
- 1994-1995 John Rheinfrank and Bill Hefley
- 1996 John Rheinfrank
- 1997-1998 Vacant
- 1998-2004 Steven Pemberton
- 2005-2007 Jonathan Arnowitz and Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
- 2008-2010 Richard Anderson and Jon Kolko
- 2011 Ron Wakkary and Erik Stolterman
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