This track is directed to all professionals aiming at presenting experiences with the design of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) involving technical, business, and management aspects and the main challenges related to the use of UX methods and techniques in the development of products and services.
It is an interesting opportunity not only for companies to present their point of view, but specially to share experiences among people that use HCI in practice. Submissions may report either work-in-progress or concluded works.
Any theme relevant to the practice of HCI is expected in this track, including but not limited to:
Submissions can be written in either Portuguese or English by practitioners and professionals that work in the field of HCI. They should report real world cases and experiences relevant to the HCI area, whether they have been successful or not. There are two forms of submission:
Regardless of the submission format selected, submissions must be made via JEMS system.
The authors of accepted works must submit a document considering the reviewers’ suggestions and comments. The document must be in PDF format and must follow the ACM SIGCHI papers (version 2015) template. For accepted video submissions, the submission of the final version of the abstract is also mandatory.
The accepted submissions will be presented during the symposium orally and the abstracts will be published in the extended Ssymposium proceedings.
As 3 melhores submissões serão selecionadas para publicação no formato de artigos resumidos e a versão final terá o limite de até 4 páginas. Os 3 artigos selecionados serão publicados nos anais do evento e indexados online.
Authors should make their submissions electronically via the JEMS system.
Authors are responsible for the content of the submission and for getting the approval from the company to submit the proposal and publish the paper.
Submissions will be evaluated by a team of professionals from the industry and the academia, and assessed based on the relevance of the theme and the contributions to both business and academic communities.
References to products and companies are allowed in the submissions, but should not present them only for marketing purposes. The main goal of the submission should be the presentation of a case based on HCI techniques or methods in a real world problem.
At least one of the authors of accepted submissions must register to IHC 2018 to present the work at the symposium. Only presented works will be included in the symposium proceedings.
The authors of accepted submissions may present their work as a poster or a demo. Detailed information about the modality of the presentations will be sent later to the authors of accepted submissions.