Authors are encouraged to submit high-quality papers about research to enhance user-interface functionality or to improve the user-interface development process. Appropriate topics include but are not limited to:

Videotapes of implementations are encouraged. We are exploring the possibility of including video with the conference proceedings. However, papers must stand on their own and will be reviewed independently from submitted videotapes.

Submissions must present original research relevant to the symposium. Papers should be at most 5000 words or 10 ACM conference pages in length. Videotapes should be at most 8 minutes long. The submission should consist of 6 copies of a paper, 2 copies of an NTSC VHS videotape (if there is one), and a cover letter indicating the primary author's name, affiliation, address, phone number and email address (if at all possible). The title page should include an abstract (fewer than 200 words) and keywords. The cover letter should also indicate whether the submitted video can be part of the proceedings. Contact the program chair for an author's packet.

Submissions must be received by the program chair no later than April 18, 1994. FAX cannot be used for submission. Authors will be notified of acceptance by June 30, 1994.

Program Chair : Steve Feiner

                                            Department of Computer Science
                                            450 Computer Science Building
                                            Columbia University
                                            500 West 120th St.
                                            New York, NY  10027
                                            +1 212-939-7083
                                            (email is preferred to phoning)
                                            FAX: +1 212-666-0140


Marc H. Brown
DEC Systems Research Center

Deborah Hix Virginia Tech

Rob Jacob Naval Research Laboratory

David Kurlander Microsoft Research

Henry Lieberman MIT

Marilyn Mantei University of Toronto

Satoshi Matsuoka University of Tokyo

George Robertson Xerox PARC

Chris Schmandt MIT