Accessibility and UUX SIGS

What is a SIG?

A Special Interest Group (SIG) gives people who have shared interests in a specific topic or field a place to combine their knowledge, share their experience, and support others.

  • ACM SIGACCESS – Special Interest Group on Accessible Computing of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), promotes the interests of professionals working on research and development of computing and information technology to help persons with disabilities.
  • ACM SIGCHI – Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction.
  • ACM SIGDOC – Special Interest Group for Documentation.
  • ACM SIGGRAPH is a Special Interest Group for the evolution of computer graphics and interactive techniques.
  • ACM SIG UX – Special Interest Group for User Interface Design.
  • ACM SIGWEB – Special Interest Group on Hypertext, Hypermedia and Web.
  • British Computer Society (BCS) Interaction Specialist Group. A community of IT professionals and enthusiasts who are passionate about interaction.
  • STC Accessibility SIG – Special Interest Group for accessibility in technical communication and documentation in the Society for Technical Communication (STC).
  • STC UUX SIG – Usability & User Experience Special Interest Group (SIG) in the Society for Technical Communication (STC).