SIGDOC is the Special Interest Group on Design of Communication of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
SIGDOC was founded in 1975 by Joseph "Joe" Rigo.
The mission of SIGDOC includes:
SIGDOC's mission is to advance the state of knowledge, encourage the research, and support the interdisciplinary practice of the design of communication.
SIGDOC emphasizes the following areas of special interest to its members:
SIGDOC sponsors a number of awards as a means of recognizing outstanding contributions to the field. Awards are presented at the annual SIGDOC conference.
The Rigo Award is presented to an individual for a lifetime of significant work in the design of communication. Rigo Awards are given every other year, during even-numbered years. Previous winners include the following:
The Diana Award is given every other year, during odd-numbered years, to an organization which has collectively made an impact on the field. Previous winners include the following:
The winner of the Student Competition is provided with subsidized participation in the SIGDOC conference, and the opportunity to publish and present their work.
|2016||Graduate||1||Chris Lindgren||Understanding Big Data Processing as Designing Provisional Texts|
|2016||Undergraduate||1||Erin Campbell||Participatory Museums: The User Experience of Creative Agents|
|2016||Graduate||2||Arthur Berger||Commercial Proposal Collaborative Writing Practices|
|2016||Undergraduate||2||Leslie Simms||Balancing the Equation of Undergraduate Research: The Importance of Reading, Learning, and Presentation Stability in the Success of STEM Laboratories|
|2016||Graduate||3||John Sherrill||Teaching Documentation Through 3D Printing and Instructables|
|2016||Undergraduate||3||Tommy Truong and Eric Martin||Virtual Reality in Pedagogy|
SIGDOC - ACM International Conference on Design of Communication.
|SIGDOC 2013||31||East Carolina University||Greenville, NC||United States||Sept 30-Oct 1|
|SIGDOC 2012||30||Seattle, WA||United States||Oct 3-5|
|SIGDOC 2011||29||Pisa||Italy||Oct 3-5|
|SIGDOC 2010||28||Sao Carlos||Brazil||Sep 26-29|
|SIGDOC 2009||27||Indiana University||Bloomington, IN||USA||Oct 5-7|
|SIGDOC 2008||26||ISCTE||Lisbon||Portugal||Sep 22-24|
|SIGDOC 2007||25||University of Texas - El Paso||El Paso, TX||USA||Oct 22-24|
|SIGDOC 2006||24||Coastal Carolina University||Myrtle Beach, SC||USA||Oct 18-20|
|SIGDOC 2005||23||Coventry||UK||Sep 21-23|
|SIGDOC 2004||22||University of Memphis||Memphis, TN||USA||Oct 10-13|
|SIGDOC 2003||21||San Francisco, CA||USA||Oct 12-15|
|SIGDOC 2002||20||Toronto, ON||Canada||Oct 20-23|
|SIGDOC 2001||19||Santa Fe, NM||USA||Oct 21-24|
|SIGDOC 2000 (with IEEE IPCC)||18||Boston, MA||USA||Sep 24-27|
|SIGDOC 1999||17||New Orleans, LA||United States||Sep 12-14|
SIGDOC's former chairs include:
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