CFP ICWE centrando la atención en el track HCI


Most Web applications are conceived as interactive systems that aim at communicating with users. Users do not only consume information via the Web, but can also play an active role by contributing content (e.g., Web 2.0), get involved in the development process of Web applications (e.g., agile and user-centered design processes) and even conceive their own components by interacting with specialized tools (e.g., end-user development tools). In this context, there are many user roles involved in the socio-technical environment encompassing the development of Web applications.

The aim of this track is to study user interface software and technologies that improve the relationship between users and Web applications. We welcome contributions that investigate solutions able to improve usability, accessibility, and user experience with Web applications, as well as user-centered design approaches that describe how Web technology and innovative design solutions can help users to better accomplish their tasks over the Web.

For paper categories, submission instructions and deadlines, please see the ICWE submission page.

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