17. marec 2017
17. marec 2017
World Usability Day Slovenia 2013 solicits submissions in a broad range of categories, addressing all aspects of human-computer interaction. Authors are welcome to submit submissions in the form of short research papers; workshop and tutorial proposals; industrial reports; interactive experience posters; and organizational overviews.
The conference will be held from the 26th to 29th November in Ljubljana and Maribor.
Submissions are invited in the following track categories:
- Short Papers (max. 4 pages)
- Posters (max. 2 pages)
- Industrial Papers (max. 4 pages)
- Workshops (max. 2 pages)
- Tutorials (max. 2 pages)
All submissions in all categories must follow the Springer Lecture Notes template for Microsoft Word (.doc files only). For your convenience, a template for Microsoft Word (.doc) is provided for direct download. For all tracks, the versions submitted for review must be uploaded in .doc format. Papers should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Language of Conference
World Usability Day 2013 Slovenia is an international conference and all submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. English is the official conference language.
Short Papers, Tutorial Proposals and Workshop Proposals, Industrial Papers:
- Submission deadline: 18 November 2013
- Acceptance notification: 20 November 2013
- Final version deadline: 23 November 2013
Topics for contributions include (but are not limited to):
Methods, Tools and Processes for Interface/Interaction Design, Modeling and Evaluation, including:
- Accessibility and Usability Affective HCI
- Motivational Aspects
- Evaluation Methods
- Usability/ User Experience Evaluation
- Human Factors and HCI
- Model-Based Design of Interactive Systems
- Tools for Design, Modeling, Evaluation
- Usability and Software
- User Modeling
- User Experience based approaches
Cross-cultural and Social Issues, including:
- Developing Local Content or Interaction Design Capacity
- ICT in Social Development – Interaction Design for Developing Regions
- International and Cultural Aspects of HCI
Specific Application Areas, including:
- Adaptive Interfaces
- Augmented Reality and Tangible User Interfaces
- Child-Computer Interfaces
- Context-Dependent Systems
- HCI Education
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Interaction with Small and/or Large Displays
- Multi-Modal Interfaces
- Multi-User Interaction
- Novel User Interfaces and Interaction Techniques
- Social Media / Social Networks Technology
- User Interfaces for Web Applications, e-Government, e-Health
And other topics of relevance to HCI.
The Conference Proceedings will be published under an ISBN number and include final versions of all accepted papers, adjusted to satisfy reviewers’ recommendations. We intend to publish a special section and/or special issue in a selected journal, which will contain extended quality papers selected from conference.