The workshop on Model-Driven Development of Advanced User Interfaces (MDDAUI2010) will be a forum of multi-disciplinary discussion on how to integrate model-driven development with the often more informal methodologies used in user-centered design. Starting point of the discussion will be the tools, models, methods and experiences of the workshop participants.


  • 17 May 2010: The workshop poster has been added.
  • 30 Mar 2010: The preliminary proceedings and the workshop schedule have been added on the "Workshop Programm" page.
  • 16 Dec 2009: Deadlines have been extended.

Important Dates

  • Paper submission: 20 December 2009 Extended: 6 January 2010
  • Notification of acceptance: 19 January 2010 30 January 2010
  • Final paper: 08 February 2010 22 February 2010
  • Workshop: 10 April 2010


According to the CHI conference guidelines, all participants have to register both for the workshop and for at least one day of the main conference. Please register on the CHI registration page.


The workshop takes one full day during the CHI 2010 conference. The workshop will consist of short presentations by all workshop participants followed by in-depth group discussions on selected topics. The results of this group work will be presented and discussed in a closing plenary session.


This workshop aims to foster interdisciplinary discussion between these different viewpoints. Therefore, we will build working groups consisting of people from different backgrounds. Depending on the individual background, we expect the following benefits for participants:

  • Participants with background in modeling will have the possibility to discuss with people from different backgrounds:
    • Where do they see strengths and limitations of the model-driven approaches? Where is a more individual, manual design required?
    • How can model-driven approaches be made more accessible? What could be promising tools?
  • Participants with a non-modeling background have the opportunity to discuss with modeling experts:
    • What is the current state-of-the-art in model-driven user interface development? What do they cover?
    • How could I adopt concepts from model-driven development? What are available tools? Where are the links to my area?

Finally, all participants together are encouraged to contribute to the central question:
How to better integrate model-driven approaches and informal methods from user-centered design?

Main workshop contact: Jan van den Bergh
Website content: Andreas Pleuss
Website hosted by: Lero - The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre

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