By P.L.Patrick Rau
This quantity constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixth overseas convention on Cross-Cultural layout, CCD 2014, held as a part of the sixteenth foreign convention on Human-Computer interplay, HCI foreign 2014, held in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, together with thirteen different thematically comparable meetings. the complete of 1476 papers and 220 posters offered on the HCII 2014 meetings used to be rigorously reviewed and chosen from a number of submissions. The papers deal with the newest study and improvement efforts and spotlight the human features of layout and use of computing structures. They completely conceal the full box of human-computer interplay, addressing significant advances in wisdom and powerful use of pcs in numerous program components. The seventy six papers incorporated during this quantity take care of the next themes: cross-cultural product and repair layout; cross-cultural matters in interplay; social elements and implications of cross-cultural layout; cross-cultural concerns in e-commerce, advertising and branding; cross-cultural layout for wisdom sharing and studying; cross-cultural layout for the clever urban and cross-cultural layout for creativity.
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Cross-Cultural Design: 6th International Conference, CCD 2014, Held as Part of HCI International 2014, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, June 22-27, 2014. Proceedings by P.L.Patrick Rau