Procedure Checklist - Web Graphics Presentations]
We must receive your electronic Web Graphics submission and
any additional materials (such as videotapes, and CDs),
by Wednesday, 12 March 2003, 5 pm Pacific time.
Use this checklist to ensure that your submission is complete
and that it meets all applicable program requirements:
1. Create an online
SIGGRAPH 2003 Web Graphics Presentations Submission Form
as soon as you decide that you will be submitting.
When you create this form, your submission will be assigned an
online ID number that will be used to identify your submission
throughout the review process. Make a record of this number.
There will be some fields in this form that you cannot complete
at this time, but these fields will be completed later. Please place your online ID number on all submitted documents,
files, and correspondence.
2. Attach to the online form an abstract that clearly explains
the work you have done (not just the project, but the aspect
of the project you are planning to talk about during your
presentation) in sufficient detail for evaluation. This will
be distributed to reviewers.
Prepare the PDF version of your abstract with the online ID
in the title of the document (for example: "Flash Applications
(Online ID 402)". We will remove the online ID before
your work is printed, but we need it in the document for the
The document should be one page in length, including figures and images.
Please follow the SIGGRAPH 2003 publication guidelines exactly.
It is assumed that, if your submission is accepted, this information
is ready and formatted for publication. For a good example
of a one-page abstract, see this Web Graphics abstract from
3. Attach to the online form a one- or two-page statement
of what you intend to say during your presentation.
4. Type a 30-word summary suitable for pre-conference publicity
into your submission form. This summary will not constitute
a reviewable submission.
5. Include your URL in your online submission form. This should
link to the relevant content as directly as possible. Please
ensure that it does not delay the review process with lengthy
registration procedures. Also, make sure that the URL will
continue to function correctly until the end of the reviewing
process (mid-April 2003). Because this is a Web
graphics program, the functionality of your Web site will
be of particular interest to the reviewers. If the Web site
is in development or is missing some significant functionality,
make sure that you identify such discrepancies and explain
your plans to correct them.
6. Provide a statement of any required software installations
needed for browsing the Web site, plus any information required
to configure the client and/or server for the Web content.
7. Provide a detailed description of special presentation
requirements for hands-on demonstrations, special equipment,
or unusual presentation techniques. Note: presenters are required
to provide any equipment beyond the standard SIGGRAPH 2003
8. OPTIONAL: Use the English Review Service to help with the text of your submission.
Offline content may be provided on CD-ROM.
CD-ROMs and other supplemental material must be received
before the Web Graphics submission deadline (12 March 2003,
5 pm Pacific time). Please send supplemental materials to:
SIGGRAPH 2003 Web Graphics Chair
5475 Mark Dabling Boulevard, Suite 108
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 USA
Submitters located outside of the United States should note
that customs delays of up to two weeks can occur. Customs
labels should bear the words: "Educational material
with no commercial value." SIGGRAPH 2003 will not pay
any customs fees, duties, or tariffs incurred by your submission.
Submissions delayed past the submission deadline will not
be accepted for review.
Return of Review Materials
Materials submitted to the SIGGRAPH 2003 Web Graphics Committee
will not be returned