Interact'2011 is one of the top HCI conferences and the premier venue for international and intercultural research topics in the field.
Madeira-ITI as a strong presence in this year's conference. No only many of our faculty have leading roles in the technical committee but we are presenting:
TUT.111: Activity-Centered Interaction Design: A Model-Driven Approach, Larry Constantine
TUT.112: Model-Driven Inquiry: Beyond Ethnography and Contextual Inquiry, Larry Constantine
WS2: Human Work Interaction Design for e-Government and Public Information Systems, Pedro Campos et al
Understanding Goal Setting Behavior in the Context of Energy Consumption Reduction , Scott et al
Information to Go: Exploring In-Situ Information Pick-up “In the Wild”, Kukka et al
Hammering Models: Designing Usable Modeling Tools, Huang et al
An Image of Electricity:Towards an Understanding of How People Perceive Electricity, Chisik
Improving users’ consistency when recalling location sharing preferences, Venkatanathan et al
Sharing Ephemeral Information in Online Social Networks: privacy perceptions and behaviours, Reynolds et al
Customer Experience Modeling: Designing Interactions for Service Systems , Teixeira et al
Social Translucence as a theoretical framework for sustainable HCI, Barreto et al
Interactive Installations: Tales from the Trenches, Campos
We are happy to have a strong impact in such a relevant international venue for HCI research.