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Schedule

Time October 4th October 5th October 6th October 7th
7:30
8:30
Registration
8:30
10:00
Workshops & short courses Technical sessions Technical sessions Technical sessions
10:00
10:30
Coffee break / Posters & Demos
- -
10:30
12:00
Workshops & short courses Technical sessions Technical sessions Technical sessions
12:00
13:30
Lunch
13:30
15:00
Workshops & short courses Technical sessions Technical sessions Keynote speaker: Elisa Giaccardi
15:00
15:30
Coffee break / Posters & Demos
- -
15:30
17:00
Workshops & short courses Keynote speaker: Thomas Erickson & opening ceremony Technical sessions Technical sessions
17:30
19:00
- Cocktail + Evaluation competition awards - Closing
- Place: Divino Rei - -
19:00
22:00
- - Dinner -
- - Place: Hotel Matsubara -

Keynote speakers

Thomas Erickson

Smarter Cities: The Intersection of Digital and Social Intelligence

Cities have always been smart. From their earliest incarnations, cities have been inhabited by intelligent people collaborating in sophisticated ways — through markets, currencies, social norms, regional customs, government-enforced legal systems, and other socio-technical mechanisms. The technologies that underpin cities are, however, only now beginning to be smart. In what ways might the digital systems we envision for smarter cities augment — or disrupt — traditional systems? In this talk I’ll discuss examples of digital systems for smarter cities, and the choices we face in thinking about the design of such systems.

Thomas Erickson is a social scientist and interaction designer in the Symbiotic Cognitive Systems laboratory at IBM Research. He studies how people collaborate, both face to face and over a distance, and uses what he learns to design new systems. Originally trained as a cognitive psychologist, Erickson joined a startup that developed software for the original IBM PC. After five years he moved to Apple Computer, where he contributed to the design of the Macintosh user interface and worked on the development of various research prototypes, including Scribe, an ancestor of the iPad. Now in his twentieth year at IBM, his work has ranged from social visualization for online communities to crowd-sensing and crowd-steering, and from smart rooms to smarter cities. Erickson has authored over twenty-five patents, published about ninety articles, edited two books, and is a Fellow of the ACM.


Elisa Giaccardi

From smart cities to ‘reciprocities’

Smartness is not about efficiency, but about appropriateness. And what is appropriate cannot be fully engineered: it varies over situations and changes over time. So what is the role of ‘smart’ technologies in the cities and homes of the future?

The concept of a ‘smart city’ involves the idea of technologically enable cities for efficiency by delegating tasks and judgments from humans to technology and promoting smoother interactions with the technology, mainly through continuous monitoring, communication and materialization. But expectation further lies in fostering and upholding more fluid dynamics of reciprocity between humans, technology and their urban or domestic environment, which may help reorient technology development towards more inclusive and situated design practices.

In this talk, I’ll discuss disruptive design approaches that show how technologies can be understood and/or developed as co-performers of practice next to people, complementing people’s capabilities in new and rich forms of everyday practice (such as scootering resourcefully, heating responsibly, and ageing actively), and how this recursiveness between design practice (as inscribed in technology development) and 'use' practices, between design time and use time, is key to reciprocity and appropriateness.

Elisa Giaccardi is a Full Professor at Delft University of Technology, where she leads the Connected Everyday Lab (http://www.connectedeverydaylab.org/). From pioneering work in metadesign and social media to the role of the non-human in the Internet of Things, my research work reflects an ongoing concern with design as a shared process of invention.

In addition to academic research, she works with companies (e.g., Philips, Deloitte, Volkswagen) and consulting firms (e.g., Superflux, Frog Design, The Incredible Machine) to explore the role that design can play in the emerging socio-technical landscape, and to promote disruptive design approaches that can offer additional resources to human imagination and capabilities.

Main application domains include healthcare and quality of life, ethics and sustainability, cultural heritage and the development of reflective and inclusive societies.

Full papers

  • A Narrativa dos "Tiranos, Heróis e Vítimas" em Artigos das Trilhas de Acessibilidade do Simpósio Brasileiro sobre Fatores Humanos em Sistemas Computacionais

    • Bernardo Lima
    • Leonelo Almeida
  • A Smart Supermarket must be for All: a Case Study Including the Visually Impaired

    • Vanessa Maike
    • Samuel Buchdid
    • Maria Cecilia Baranauskas
  • A study about psychophysiological measures in user experience monitoring and evaluation

    • Camila Maia
    • Elizabeth Furtado
  • Accessibility of the smart home for users with visual disabilities: an evaluation of open source mobile applications for home automation

    • Gabriela Oliveira
    • Raphael Winckler de Bettio
    • Andre Freire
  • Accessible smart cities? - Inspecting the accessibility of Brazilian municipalities' mobile applications

    • Lucas Carvalho
    • Bruno Piovesan Melchiori Peruzza
    • Flávia Santos
    • Lucas Pereira Ferreira
    • Andre Freire
  • Acessibilidade de Dispositivos Móveis: Mapeamento de Problemas e Estudo de Gestos de Toque

    • Rafael Damaceno
    • Juliana Cristina Braga
    • Jesús Mena-Chalco
  • Acessibilidade Digital: Revisão Sistemática dos Artigos do Simpósio Brasileiro sobre Fatores Humanos em Sistemas Computacionais

    • Cleusa Granatto
    • Marynea Pallaro
    • Silvia Amelia Bim
  • Acessibilidade do WhatsApp sob a perspectiva de pessoas com deficiência visual

    • Claudia Silva
    • Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira
    • João Ramos
  • Análise de Interação Antecipada e Aspectos Volitivos em Sistemas de Comunicação Digital Póstuma

    • Fabrício Pereira
    • Raquel Prates
    • Cristiano Maciel
    • Vinicius Pereira
  • Analysis of Configuration Decision Space Over Time: The Google Inactive Manager Account Case

    • Raquel Prates
    • Clarisse de Souza
    • Mary Beth Rosson
  • Auto(re)conhecimento: refletindo sobre a influência das publicações do IHC no próprio IHC

    • Isabela Gasparini
    • Simone Barbosa
    • Milene Silveira
    • Felipe Ciacia de Mendonça
  • Avaliação da comunicabilidade de sistemas criados por usuários-designers

    • Ingrid Carneiro
    • Ingrid Monteiro
  • Avaliação por Inspeção: Comparação entre Métodos de Base Prática, Cognitiva e Semiótica

    • Silvia Amelia Bim
    • Luciana Salgado
    • Carla Leitao
  • Communicability Issues on PaaS Application Development

    • Rafael Brandão
    • Marcio Ferreira Moreno
    • Juliana Jansen Ferreira
    • Renato Cerqueira
  • Design de memoriais digitais: pontos de apoio à comunicação multicultural a partir da análise semiótica de túmulos

    • Vinicius Pereira
    • Cristiano Maciel
    • Carla Leitao
  • Distributed Participatory Design web-based groupware: gathering requirements through BrainDraw

    • Carlos Lazarin
    • Leonelo Almeida
  • Elementos de percepção em editores cooperativos on-line na perspectiva de pessoas com deficiência visual

    • Rodrigo Machado
    • Débora Conforto
    • Lucila Santarosa
  • Experiência Emocional de Idosos em Jogos Digitais para Smartphones um estudo de caso do Jogo Brasileiro Viajando pelo Mundo

    • Adriano Evelin
    • Kássia Caroline da Silva
    • Lucila Ishitani
    • Cristiane Nobre
  • Exploring new formats of the Self Assessment Manikin in the design with children

    • Elaine Hayashi
    • M. Cecília Baranauskas
    • Julian Gutiérrez Posada
    • Vanessa Maike
  • Framework 5W2H: um guia para projetar, desenvolver e avaliar uma gamificação centrada no usuário

    • Ana Carolina Tomé Klock
    • Isabela Gasparini
    • Marcelo Pimenta
  • Heatmap Explorer: an Interactive Gaze Data Visualization Tool for the Evaluation of Computer Interfaces

    • Andrew Kurauchi
    • Antonio Diaz-Tula
    • Carlos Morimoto
    • Flávio Coutinho
  • Interface para auxiliar cuidadores no registro diário e visualização de informações de pacientes com demência

    • Wilmax Cruz
    • Seiji Isotani
    • Tiago Guerreiro
    • Luis Carriço
  • Quem é o senhor? Conhecendo e Entendendo Idosos com Demência no Design Participativo em um Lar para Idosos

    • Luã Marcelo Muriana
    • Heiko Hornung
  • Questões Proeminentes para o Estabelecimento da Privacidade em Políticas de Privacidade de App Móveis

    • Eduardo A. Yamauchi
    • Patricia C. de Souza
    • Deogenes P.S Junior
  • Representando a interação e navegação de sistemas interativos através de um modelo orientado à usabilidade: Um estudo de viabilidade

    • Anna Beatriz Marques
    • Simone Barbosa
    • Tayana Conte
  • Sugestões para projetos de interface que usam rastreamento de cabeça e comandos de voz

    • Alexandre Abreu de Freitas
    • Carlos Gustavo Resque dos Santos
    • Marcelle Pereira Mota
    • Bianchi Serique Meiguins
  • Tendências de Pesquisa em IHC no Brasil: Uma Análise em Relação ao GranDIHC-Br

    • Andre Bueno
    • Lucas Ferreira
    • Vinicius Ferreira
    • Junia Anacleto
  • The Interplay of Aesthetics, Usability and Credibility in Mobile Websites and the Moderation by Culture

    • Kiemute Oyibo
  • Um estudo exploratório comparativo sobre adaptação web móvel em frameworks front-end na perspectiva dos usuários finais

    • Danilo Camargo Bueno
    • Luciana Zaina
  • Um Framework Semioparticipativo para o (re)Design de Interação de Softwares Educacionais

    • Jean Rosa
    • Ecivaldo Matos
  • Uma análise em larga escala da sessão de uso em um aplicativo móvel

    • Denise Marczal
    • Plinio Thomaz Aquino Jr.
  • Uma Avaliação Analítica de um Sistema de Visualização do Histórico de Interação do Usuário Usando CDN e PoN

    • Vinícius Segura
    • Juliana Jansen Ferreira
    • Renato Cerqueira
    • Simone Barbosa
  • Uma Janela de Informações sobre Aspectos de Privacidade Online percebidos por Usuários de Redes Sociais

    • Andrey Rodrigues
    • Fabiane Clemente
    • Antonio Alberto Sena dos Santos
  • Uma Linguagem de Modelagem de Interação para Aplicações Terapêuticas

    • Franco Eusébio Garcia
    • Vania Almeida Neris
    • Kamila Rodrigues

Short papers

  • Análise comparativa das ferramentas de avaliação de acessibilidade

    • Humberto Pacheco
    • Patricia Amorim
    • Priscyla Barbosa
    • Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira
  • Aplicação do Modelo de Privacidade em Aplicativos de Compartilhamento de Fotos

    • Bárbara Lopes
    • Geanderson Santos
    • Raquel Prates
  • Avaliação da usabilidade de menus de um game com interação gestual

    • Fernanda Milani
    • Diogo Rovadosky
    • José Henrique Andreis
    • Tiago Mendes
    • Rafael Rieder
    • Ana Carolina Bertoletti De Marchi
  • Avaliação do Spotify uma experiência de avaliação textual usando o modelo MALTU

    • Marilia Mendes
    • Thiago Hellen Oliveira da Silva
    • Lavínia Matoso Freitas
  • Emotion-Libras: Instrumento para o uso em Pesquisas de Interação Humano-Computador considerando as Pessoas Surdas como Potenciais Usuários de Tecnologia

    • Flabiéli Miranda
    • Soraia Prietch
  • Entrada de Texto em Smartwaches Baseada em Gestos Utilizando Formas Geométricas

    • Thamer Horbylon Nascimento
    • Fabrizzio Soares Alves de Melo Nunes Soares
  • Estratégias para o Incentivo do Compartilhamento em Redes Sociais para Profissionais

    • Francisco Valério
    • Tatiane Gomes Guimarães
    • Raquel Prates
  • Estuda Comigo? Investigando Oportunidades e Desafios de Coprodução para uma Aplicação de Estudos em Grupo

    • Luiz Paulo Damilton Corrêa
    • Raquel Prates
  • Mapeamento Sistemático da Literatura sobre Eye Tracking e Data Mining

    • Guilherme Moreira
    • Tiago da Silva
  • Modelo comportamental de usuários de redes sociais online: uma adaptação do Fogg Behavior Model

    • Pedro Henrique Ruas da Silveira
    • Cristiane Nobre
  • O ensino de IHC no Brasil à luz dos resultados do Workshop sobre o Ensino de IHC

    • Clodis Boscarioli
    • Milene Silveira
    • Luciana Zaina
    • Silvia Amelia Bim
    • Simone Barbosa
  • Percepções sobre Aspectos de Sustentabilidade na Computação

    • Renata Oliveira
    • Newton Galindo jr.
    • Vania Almeida Neris
  • Por uma articulação entre a Interação Humano Computador e os Estudos em Ciência, Tecnologia e Sociedade

    • Gustavo Kira
    • Luiz Merkle
  • Processo de identificação de temas contemporâneos para pesquisas de UX com smartphones

    • Caio Márcio Silva
    • Isabella Marcantonio
    • Maria Lúcia Okimoto
  • Recomendações para Testes de Usabilidade em Aplicações Ubíquas

    • Fernanda Siewerdt
    • Rainara Carvalho
    • Rossana Andrade
  • Revisiting the Three HCI Waves: A Preliminary Discussion on Philosophy of Science and Research Paradigms

    • Emanuel Felipe Duarte
    • Maria Cecilia Baranauskas
  • Um Estudo Inicial sobre Facetas de Significados de Programas no Ivprog

    • Pablo Barata
    • Marcelle Mota
  • Um Estudo Semiótico em Interfaces de Busca Acadêmica

    • Pricila Rodrigues
    • Raquel Prates
  • Um Modelo de Playground para Estimular a Interação Social de Crianças Autistas

    • Thais Castro
    • Alberto Castro
  • Uma Abordagem para a Simulação de Ambientes Ubíquos Flexíveis

    • Marcelo Barbosa
    • Tatiana Alencar
    • Vania Almeida Neris
  • Users' Tagging Behavior and the Effect of Recommendation

    • Angelina Ziesemer
    • James Blustein
    • Milene Silveira
  • Valores na interação Humano-Dados

    • Pedro Meireles
    • Heiko Hornung
  • Visualização e Análise de Dados de Mídias Sociais: estudos preliminares sobre a percepção de analistas de dados

    • Caroline Santos
    • Milene Silveira
    • Isabel Manssour
  • Wikitas: Colaboração online sobre Tecnologias Assistivas para Professores de Estudantes Surdos

    • Wanderson Silva
    • Soraia Prietch

Workshop of thesis and dissertations

  • Adaptação híbrida de interface web sensível ao contexto e com suporte a multimodalidade em dispositivos móveis

    • Danilo Camargo Bueno
    • Luciana Zaina
  • Modelo de interface personalizável para apoiar a construção de visualizações contendo narrativas de dados extraídos de redes sociais

    • Caroline Santos
    • Milene Silveira
  • Um framework para projetar, desenvolver e avaliar a gamificação centrada no usuário

    • Ana Carolina Tomé Klock
    • Isabela Gasparini
  • Design de Interfaces de Usuário Tangíveis como Recurso de Acessibilidade em Contextos Educacionais

    • Leonara Braz
    • Heiko Hornung
  • Design Participativo Adaptado para Idosos com Demência

    • Luã Marcelo Muriana
    • Heiko Hornung
  • A Strategy for Hedonic User Experience Evaluation in Real Time Considering Users Emotion

    • Camila Maia
    • Elizabeth Furtado

HCI in practice

Accepted for oral presentation (technical session)

  • Design Participativo em processos de tomada de decisão

    • Ismael Avila (CPqD - Brazil)
    • Lesandra Kobus (CPqD - Brazil)
    • Elaine Hayashi (Unicamp - Brazil)
    • Fabiani de Souza (CPqD - Brazil)
  • Prototipagem de Alta Fidelidade para demonstrações de venda e provas de conceito

    • Samuel Guimaraes (Eldorado Research Institute - Brazil)
    • Rafael Bacchetti (Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado - Brazil)
  • Conhecendo o usuário em ambiente ágil

    • Marcella Medeiros (ContaAzul - Brazil)
  • MamaRisk: Avaliação para Teste Genético para Risco Hereditário de Câncer de Mama

    • Dyego Morais (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Nielson Santana (Federal Rural University of Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Marcel Caraciolo (Genomika Diagnósticos - Brazil)
    • João Bosco Oliveira Filho (Genomika Diagnósticos - Brazil)

Accepted for posters modality

  • Como planejar e aplicar um workshop de co-criação

    • Vanessa Siqueira (TOTVS - Brazil)

Short courses

Software Ecosystems: A View of Technical, Human and Organizational Factors

Duration: 3 hours

Language: Portuguese

Room: TU02-222

A software ecosystem (SECO) is a set of actors and artifacts that play as internal or external elements in the context of an organization or community and exchange resources and information based on a common technological platform. This paradigm has affected decision-making processes. As such, the research community has explored interface design and computational system development through a growing theoretical and applied research, pointing out several sociotechnical challenges. Factors that influence and keep the existing SECO alive need to be explored especially regarding the exchange of resources and information. This short course aims to present some concepts related to SECO as well as their current use in academy and industry. This background will serve as the basis to analyze and discuss technical, human and organizational factors that affect software development in this context. Our discussion will involve real SECO cases, e.g., Apple, SAP, Eclipse and the Brazilian Public Software (BPS) Portal.

Proposers:

Rodrigo Santos (DIA/UNIRIO) - rps@uniriotec.br - Lattes
Rodrigo Santos is Lecturer at DIA/UNIRIO and Postdoc in Software Engineering at COPPE/UFRJ. He visited University College London (UCL) as a researcher in 2014-2015. He holds a PhD degree in Systems Engineering and Computer Science from COPPE/UFRJ. His research interests are Software Ecosystems, Requirements and Reuse. He leaded some projects related to process improvement and software ecosystem management at Coppetec Foundation since 2008 (clients: CEPEL, MPOG and CAPGov). He was/is the co-chair of CBSoft/WDES 2015 / SBQS/WASHES 2016.
Davi Viana (BICT/UFMA) - davi.viana@ufma.br - Lattes
Davi Viana completed his PhD in Informatics at the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM). He is Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Maranhão (UFMA) and he is member of the Usability and Software Engineering Research Group (USES) from UFAM. Additionally, he was a member of the organizing committee of the IHC 2013, general co-chair of the SBQS 2015 and co-chair of the SBQS/WASHES 2016. His research interests are Software Quality, Software Process Improvement, Organizational Learning, Social and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, and Empirical Software Engineering.
Cristiano Maciel (IC/UFMT) - cmaciel@ufmt.br - Lattes
Cristiano Maciel is Full Professor of Computer Science at UFMT (Brazil) and Researcher at the “Interactive Virtual Environments Laboratory”. He has a PhD degree in Computation (UFF-RJ). He is a regional secretary and the coordinator of the Special Commission on HCI in the Brazilian Computer Society. His HCI interests are digital legacy, social networks, e-government, and Web-based interaction.

Information Visualization for human awareness: Applications in Smart Cities

Duration: 6 hours

Language: Portuguese

Room: TU02-224

In a world with even bigger data coming from sensors, social networks or organizations seeking transparency, we became exposed to the data overload phenom. To deal with it, this course proposes the presentation of techniques, methods and technologies of information visualization. Our goal is to empower the student to create different visualizations for their data, enabling them to discover new information and to make the decision making easier.

Proposers:

Rafael Lage Tavares (UFRJ) - rafael.lage@ufrj.br
Graduated Master in Informatics at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro State (UNIRIO), is currently a doctoral student of PPGI / UFRJ. He worked at IBM Research Brazil as Research Intern developing smart city projects and at Gapminder Foundation, developing web solutions and visualizations. Works as a research fellow at IPEA, in a project to build visualizations about OSCs (Civil Society Organizations).
Jonice Oliveira (UFRJ) - jonice@dcc.ufrj.br
Coordinates the graduation course in Analysis and Decision Support and serves on the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Program (PPGI-UFRJ). Became Young Scientist of Our State by FAPERJ (since 2013) and served as a visiting professor in the Insight Centre for Data Analytics (Ireland), where currently is a collaborator. Coordinates the CORES Lab, leading multidisciplinary research for understanding, simulation and fostering social interactions. Her main areas of research are Social Network Analysis, Big Data and Decision Support. She has supervised dissertations and led research in the area of Information Visualization.

Design and Evaluation of Conversational User Interfaces

Duration: 3 hours

Language: Portuguese

Room: TU02-222

Recent advances in artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and mobile computing, together with the rising popularity of chat and messaging environments, have enabled a boom in the deployment of interactive systems based on conversation and dialogue. This course explores the design and evaluation of conversational interfaces, here defined as interfaces that rely mostly on dialogue between human and computational agents, both in speech and text. The course presents the current state of conversational interfaces and the basics of the underlying enabling technology, but it is focused on design and evaluation methods which address specific challenges of interfaces based on dialogue, explored in more depth in two hands-on exercises.

Proposers:

Heloisa Candello (IBM Research) - hcandello@br.ibm.com
Heloisa Candello is a researcher and designer in the Social Data Analytics group at IBM Research – Brazil. Her main research areas are human computer interaction, semiotics, information design and user centered design methodologies.
Claudio S. Pinhanez (IBM Research) - csantosp@br.ibm.com
Claudio Pinhanez is a researcher, professor, and media artist. He is the leader of the Social Data Analytics group of IBM Research-Brazil, where he has been a research scientist since 2009, working on Social and Human Data Analytics, Ubiquitous Computing, and Human-Computer Interfaces.

Evaluation competition

Categoria Graduação

  • Avaliação de Comunicabilidade, Usabilidade e Retorno Emocional no Transporte Público: Um Estudo do Moovit

    • André Campos (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus Sorocaba - Brazil)
    • Evelin Ferreira Soares (Univerisity of Sao Carlos - Brazil)
    • Gabriela Martins (Universidade Federal de São Carlos - Brazil)
    • Lígia Yoshida (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus Sorocaba - Brazil)
    • Marco Oliveira (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus Sorocaba - Brazil)
    • Luciana Zaina (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus Sorocaba - Brazil)
  • Avaliação de usabilidade do aplicativo "Cadê o Ônibus?"

    • Vinícius Matos (Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil)
    • Gabriel Guilhoto (Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil)
    • Bruno Lucas (Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil)
    • Ruan Costa (Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil)
    • Carlos Morimoto (University of São Paulo - Brazil)
  • Vou de Ônibus ou de Bike? Uma Avaliação da Experiência de Uso de Aplicativos de Apoio à Mobilidade Urbana

    • Nayana Carneiro Lima (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Mateus Pinheiro (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Valeska Mesquita (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Bianca Coelho (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Jonas Forte (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Ticianne Darin (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)

Categoria Pós-Graduação

  • Quando a Tecnologia apoia a Mobilidade Urbana: Uma Avaliação sobre a Experiência do Usuário com Aplicações Móveis

    • Rodrigo Almeida (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Lana Mesquita (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Rainara Carvalho (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
    • Belmondo Aragão Junior (Federal University of Ceara - Brazil)
    • Rossana Andrade (Universidade Federal do Ceará - Brazil)
  • Libera a bike aí?! Avaliando a qualidade de uso de um aplicativo de apoio à mobilidade urbana

    • Daniele Souza (PUCRS - Brazil)
    • Carolina Toscani (PUCRS - Brazil)
    • Estevao Testa (PUCRS - Brazil)
    • Rafael Macedo (PUCRS - Brazil)
    • Milene Silveira (Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul - PUCRS - Brazil)
  • Cidades Inteligentes e Aplicativos de Roteirização: Modelos Conceituais, Avaliações de Usabilidade e Uma Proposta de Aplicativo

    • Socrates Lopes (Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas do Estado de São Paulo - Brazil)
    • Plinio Thomaz Aquino Jr. (Centro Universitário FEI - Fundação Educacional Inaciana Pe. Sabóia de Medeiros - Brazil)
    • Daniele Haucke (Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - Brazil)
    • Daniel Midena Aguillar (Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas do Estado de São Paulo - Brazil)

Workshop on HCI Education

  • 4i Inclusão, Interdisciplinaridade e Indissociabilidade em Interação Humano-Computador

    • Amanda Melo (Universidade Federal do Pampa - Brazil)
  • A interdisciplinaridade entre a Interação Humano Computador e os Métodos Ágeis na visão dos estudantes

    • Larissa Albano Lopes (Universidade Federal de São Carlos - Brazil)
    • Eduardo Pinheiro (Federal University of São Carlos - Brazil)
    • Luciana Zaina (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus Sorocaba - Brazil)
    • Alexandre Alvaro (UFSCar Sorocaba - Brazil)
  • Da teoria à pratica: uma abordagem de ensino de IHC baseado em papeis

    • Yuska Paola Costa Aguiar (UFPB - Brazil)
    • Daniel Scherer (Universidade Estadual da Paraiba - Brazil)
  • Ensino de IHC e o Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso: percepções sobre acessibilidade e realidade aumentada como tecnologia de interação

    • Diolete Cerutti (State University of Ponta Grossa - Brazil)
    • Bianca Perez (Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa - Brazil)
  • Inovando no Terceiro Setor: a Disciplina de IHC Aplicada ao Contexto do Movimento Pró-Criança

    • Taciana Pontual Falcão (Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Danilo Araújo (Federal Rural University of Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Rafael Teixeira (Faculdade Frassinetti do Recife - FAFIRE - Brazil)
    • Gutenberg Duarte Neves de Barros (Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Emanuel Silva (Federal Rural University of Pernambuco - Brazil)
    • Diego Câmara (Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco - Brazil)
  • Planejamento e Avaliação de uma Disciplina de IHC em EaD

    • Kamila Rodrigues (USP/São Carlos - Brazil)
    • Tatiana Alencar (Universidade Federal de São Carlos - Brazil)
    • Vania Almeida Neris (UFSCar - Brazil)
  • THESI: uma ferramenta de apoio ao ensino de Avaliação Heurística e Inspeção Semiótica

    • Ana Cláudia Gomes de Oliveira (Centro Paula Souza - FATEC do Ipiranga - Brazil)
    • Gabriel Alves (Faculdade de Tecnologia - Ipiranga - Brazil)
    • Eunice Nunes (Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso - Brazil)
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