ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) is the flagship journal of the Computer-Human Interaction community — and a premier journal in all of human-computer interaction.

TOCHI publishes scientific work of the highest caliber and has done so since our inaugural issue in March of 1994. Our papers contribute analyses of the human impacts of technology, deliver deep insights into the latest innovations in interaction design, and reshape how we (as a broad and diverse research community) think about the technologies that influence people’s everyday lives.

As such TOCHI is inherently multi-disciplinary, as well as inter-disciplinary, and we therefore welcome contributions that straddle or combine insights from multiple fields.

TOCHI emphasizes important and broadly applicable results. Those results might take the form of reflections on a significant research system. They could be well-justified and well-motivated designs of new technologies and techniques. Or they may manifest as careful