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Proceedings of the 2010 Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Fullname:Proceedings of the IX Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Editors:Raquel Oliveira Prates; Mirella Moura Moro
Location:Belo Horizonte - MG, Brazil
Dates:2010-Oct-05 to 2010-Oct-08
Standard No:ISSN: 2178-7697; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: IHC10
Summary:O Simpósio de Fatores Humanos em Sistemas Computacionais, IHC, promovido pela Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, através da Comissão Especial de Interaço Humano-Computador (CEIHC), realiza, em 2010, sua nona edição.
  1. Artigos completos
  2. Artigos resumidos
  3. Artigos industriais
  4. Demonstrações
  5. Pôsteres gerais
  6. Pôsteres acadêmicos
  7. Workshops

Artigos completos

Avaliação de interface de um aplicativo para uso em telefone celular e voltado para a terceira idade BIBAFull-Text 1-10
  Artur Martins Mol; Lucila Ishitani
This paper presents the results of an interface evaluation of Termoquiz, an educational game for seniors, developed for mobile phone. This study aimed to evaluate whether the usability metrics recommended for application interface for desktops or notebooks, considering the seniors, are also valid for cell phones. The choice of cell phones was based on research results that indicate that elderly people have less aversion against cell phones than they have against computers [2]. The results point to the need of interface adjustments to improve older users experience.
Avaliação de usabilidade de dispositivos móveis de coleta de dados domiciliares através de entrevistas baseadas em cenários e tarefas BIBAFull-Text 11-20
  Patricia Tavares; Luiz Agner; Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira
This paper presents the observational method of scenario and task based interviews to evaluate software usability. This is a flex form of field usability tests, which was adapted to Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics corporate context. This technique was created to be implemented with the users using PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), mobile devices for statistical surveys. A software application was developed to support the digital questionnaire of the Continuous National Household Sample Survey and its usability was evaluated.
Avaliação do uso da manas como ferramenta epistêmica no projeto de sistemas colaborativos BIBAFull-Text 21-30
  Raquel Oliveira Prates; Rodrigo Ferreira da Silva
The Semiotic Engineering theory of Human-Computer Interaction defines epistemic tools as those that allow the designer to reflect about the problem space and available solutions when designing an interactive system. Thus, Semiotic Engineering points out to the importance of offering designers such tools. In this context, Manas was proposed as an epistemic tool that can support designers' of collaborative systems in identifying and reflecting (at design time) about potential social impacts the system may have on a group of users. In this paper we present the first evaluation of Manas' use at design time. The results of this evaluation illustrate how Manas can support designers reflection about the system's social impact on user, and its contribution. It also indicates the costs involved in learning and using the proposed model.
Bringing users of a digital divide context to website evaluation using WELFIT BIBAFull-Text 31-40
  Vagner Figuerêdo de Santana; Maria Cecília Calani Baranauskas
The will of users to be part of a website evaluation depends on a number of variables (emotional state, context of use, etc). Especially remote evaluation tools must care about the invitation mechanism used. This work presents results of a participatory practice that observed how a diverse group of users deals with an invitation of a remote evaluation tool. WELFIT (Web Event Logger and Flow Identification Tool) is a remote evaluation tool that records client-side data during informal use of a website. This work aimed at verifying how the participants interact with the component of the tool added to a user interface of a well known application, the Vila na Rede, an Inclusive Social Network website. The results corroborate assumptions made during the requirements elicitation for the tool and also bring characteristics that would increase users willing to participate in this kind of evaluation. These characteristics would help evaluation tool developers to bring more users to remote studies involving client-side logging.
Considerações sobre Aplicação do Método de Avaliação de Comunicabilidade ao domínio educacional BIBAFull-Text 41-50
  Erica R. de Oliveira; Raquel O. Prates; Gisleide A. M. Werneck
The increasing use of technology in the classroom brings new challenges to the design and evaluation of educational systems and their interfaces. Among these challenges, there is a need to assess how much the system supports learning. In this work, we investigated the applicability of the Communicability Evaluation Method (CEM) in learning support systems. This method is proposed by the Semiotic Engineering theory and involves the participation of users. By applying CEM to the evaluation of educational systems, we have identified specific considerations that should be taken into account when applying this method to the educational domain. By doing so it was possible to identify not only interface problems, but also problems related to the content or students' learning.
Conversas online: a synchronous communication tool integrated to inclusive social networks BIBAFull-Text 51-60
  Leonelo D. A. Almeida; Elaine C. S. Hayashi; Júlio C. Reis; M. Cecília Martins; M. Cecília C. Baranauskas
Computer-Mediated Communication tools as Instant Messaging are currently built for those who are already accustomed to the digital technology. When considering contexts of vast socio-economical diversity found in developing countries (e.g. China, India and Brazil), this type of tools may not be adequate. Focusing on average users when developing communication tools usually results in non inclusive solutions. This paper first describes our attempt to change this scenario by eliciting ordinary people's requirements in the context of the Brazilian population for the development of a synchronous communication tool integrated to an Inclusive Social Network. Following we present our prototype and practices with a target audience. As results, we point out considerations that may guide designers in developing Instant Messaging tools that are supposed to be used in contexts of vast diversity of user profile.
Estendendo a linguagem MoLIC para o projeto conjunto de interação e interface BIBAFull-Text 61-70
  Ugo Braga Sangiorgi; Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa
The storyboarding technique is widely adopted for low fidelity prototyping, providing a global view of the sequence of interfaces of a system, together with scenarios. However, the product of such a technique is by definition disposable, partly because they do not have a structure representation, hindering its usage in an evolving development process. In this paper, we argue that interaction design may benefit from an interaction model extended with user interface sketches used in storyboards, thus promoting a more comprehensive discussion about design decisions throughout a project. We have developed an extension to the MoLIC language and a tool to support the construction of diagrams with user interface sketches, and conducted an exploratory study to evaluate it.
Estratégias para comunicar qualidade na Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 71-80
  Raquel Lara dos Santos; Raquel Oliveira Prates
In open and collaborative encyclopedias like Wikipedia, communication to users about the quality of its articles is essential to increase the reliability of the information disclosed. In this article, we identify and evaluate the strategies provided by Wikipedia, to associate quality to an article. To do so the Semiotic Inspection Method is applied scientifically. The result was the identification of nine different strategies. The evaluation has also pointed out potential problems in how the strategies are conveyed to users.
FAVIHC -- framework de avaliação da interação Humano Computador, estudo de caso na televisão digital BIBAFull-Text 81-90
  Albert Schilling Gomes; Elizabeth S. Furtado
From the moment the specification of a system or product to its delivery, various types of evaluations can be conducted, involving aspects such as functionality, usability, etc. This worked a framework was developed to promote the evaluation of interactive systems from the viewpoint of four perspectives: Needs, Requirements and Design Solutions, Products and Systems. The framework is based on the quality model proposed in ISO/IEC 9126 which suggests that the evaluation of the characteristics of a software is made according to three types of quality: internal quality, external quality and quality in use. The proposed framework was applied in a case study of interactive Digital TV (TVDi).
Interação com conteúdo complementar para apoio ao entendimento de programas televisivos BIBAFull-Text 91-100
  Kamila R. H. Rodrigues; Erick L. Melo; Patricia I. Nakagawa; Cesar A. C. Teixeira
For many people television is still the main form of entertainment. It is a kind of entertainment which is becoming less passive, to the extent that new technology is being applied to the area, especially with digital TV and viewers are changing the way they watch TV. In this new scenario, a new TV, digital, interactive, lets the viewers shop, take part in surveys, send emails, among other facilities, through the remote control. These possibilities bring new challenges, including the provision of interfaces that enable users to enjoy the offered features. The digital interactive TV must minimize barriers and promote accessibility to different types of audiences, including the users who have some trouble to understand the broadcast content. In this paper, through a pilot case study, it was possible to analyze a group of users and the existence of difficulties to understand the transmitted content. These difficulties are presented in different levels and depend on several factors, including cultural and educational factors. Suggestions for this public accessibility may be provided using additional content to television programs. The use of such content lets users to take advantage of the programs as they become more enjoyable and profitable.
Making interactive systems more flexible: an approach based on users' participation and norms BIBAFull-Text 101-110
  Vânia Paula de Almeida Neris; M. Cecília C. Baranauskas
One approach for suiting the diverse and mutable interaction requirements is to tailor interfaces according to the users' preferences or needs. Although literature regarding tailoring presents results with diverse foci, there has been a lack of works considering methods and techniques to support designers in their practice. This paper presents a practical approach to elicit and formalize the tailorable behavior making interactive systems more flexible. The elicitation of the different possible interfaces is performed with users' participation and the tailorable behavior is formalized with a norm-based structure. A case study is described as well as the evaluation with final users.
Meta-communication in inclusive scenarios: issues and alternatives BIBAFull-Text 111-120
  Elaine C. S. Hayashi; M. Cecília C. Baranauskas
Considering the growing need of providing government services through the Internet, it is fundamental to make these systems accessible and inclusive, in order to reach the majority of citizens. In this paper we present a proposal of a meta-communication mechanism to support users in inclusive social networks and the validation of a prototype tool by a community of users in a Brazilian city. Furthermore, based on lessons learned from the activity reported here and from previous investigations, we describe the Design Rationale for this mechanism in an attempt to inform designers of inclusive systems about suitable alternatives to issues that arise during the development of the application.
Patterns for the design of musical interaction with everyday mobile devices BIBAFull-Text 121-128
  Luciano V. Flores; Marcelo S. Pimenta; Eduardo R. Miranda; Eduardo A. A. Radanovitsck; Damián Keller
The growing popularity of mobile devices gave birth to a still emergent research field, called Mobile Music (music with mobile devices). Our particular research investigates such repurposing of ordinary mobile devices for use in musical activities. In this paper we propose the use of patterns in the design of musical interaction with these devices. We introduce the musical interaction patterns that came out of our investigation so far, and describe the exploratory prototypes which served as inspiration and, at the same time, as testbed for these proposed interaction patterns.
Personas celulares do mercado Brasileiro BIBAFull-Text 129-138
  Mauricio Cirelli; Plínio Thomaz Aquino; Lucia Vilela Leite Filgueiras
This paper presents the usage of the Personas technique in order to help interaction projects for mobile web sites. Based on researches about Brazilian cell phone market, we have defined archetypical mobile devices using the persona technique. The resulting group of fictitious models intends to help designers abstract the large number of possible devices. We review W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) mobile best practices as an example of usage of the mobile device personas in design.
Reconstruindo o diálogo em sistemas de ajuda BIBAFull-Text 139-148
  Mauro F. Santos; Milene Selbach Silveira
Despite the advances of computer systems, there are still few alternatives of help systems. New paradigms are needed because the possibilities of help systems are still poorly explored both by end users and by the designers. This paper explores research on help systems, based on a new paradigm: the dialogue between the user and the system. From this research emerged an approach to reduce their communication gaps and transform that communication into something closer to a natural dialogue.
Softwares sociais: uma visão orientada a valores BIBAFull-Text 149-158
  Roberto Pereira; M. Cecília C. Baranauskas; Sergio Roberto P. da Silva
Social software have been triggering transformations that are changing the way people relate, use and are affected by technology. The opportunities and challenges brought by this kind of interactive systems require traditional methods of design and evaluation to be rethought and new concepts, such as human and technical values, be considered in computing systems. This paper presents a discussion on the concept of social software and places this kind of system in the context of human and technical values. As main contribution, it presents a set composed of 27 personal, social and technical values identified through an extensive literature review for supporting social software analysis.
Um sistema de interação baseado em gestos manuais tridimensionais para ambientes virtuais BIBAFull-Text 159-168
  Silvia E. Ghirotti; Carlos H. Morimoto
With the steady price reduction of 3D visualization devices such as Head Mounted Displays (HMDs) and more recently 3D TVs, we can now foresee the dissemination of applications that was only possible within very expensive virtual reality environments. However, interaction within virtual 3D environments requires more natural modes than those provided by the ubiquitous mouse and keyboard. In this paper we introduce a novel low cost 3D hand gesture based interaction system. We have developed a real-time stereo computer vision system and a hybrid interface that combines natural and symbolic gestures for navigation and manipulation of 3D objects in virtual environments. Results from a pilot study reveals that the hybrid interface presents great power and flexibility without significant increase in the complexity of the user interaction.
Universal design principles combined with web accessibility guidelines: a case study BIBAFull-Text 169-178
  Leonelo Dell Anhol Almeida; Maria Cecília Calani Baranauskas
Accessibility evaluation processes currently face important issues. One is the difficulty to understand the issues pointed out in accessibility guidelines and the procedure to correct them. Other regards the coverage of the accessibility guidelines in relation to the whole technical and social aspects, and contexts of use. Those deficiencies contribute to the low adherence to recommendations and naive solutions since designers usually are not experts in accessibility. Aiming at contributing to this scenario in clarifying understanding and action towards the development of accessible code we proposed a merging of accessibility guidelines for web content from WCAG 2.0 and accessibility physical recommendations from ISO 9241 to Universal Design principles and guidelines. To evaluate our approach we conducted a case study involving students in computer science and specialists in web accessibility. As results we verified relevant contributions regarding the number and quality of the identified accessibility issues even for the specialists in accessibility.
Validação de um método para identificação de problemas de usabilidade a partir de diagramas UML BIBAFull-Text 179-188
  Tiago Silva da Silva; Milene Selbach Silveira
Aiming to take the usability evaluation of interactive systems to the early stages of the software development process we propose a method to the model-based usability evaluation. In order to cover subjective aspects and evaluate models used in the real world we propose a non-automatic method to be applied on software engineering models: guidelines to model-based usability evaluation. To refine the proposed method, we carried out some experiments combining different evaluation methods and models. After the method definition and refinement, we carried out an experiment to validate our proposal. From the results of this experiment we may say that we reach a set of guidelines to anticipate the usability evaluation using models. The validation process is presented in this paper.

Artigos resumidos

Aplicando técnicas de inspeção de usabilidade para avaliar aplicações móveis BIBAFull-Text 189-192
  Bruno Bonifácio; Davi Viana; Sérgio Vieira; Cristina Araújo; Tayana Conte
This paper presents a comparative study of three different methods for usability evaluation in Web mobile application: Heuristic Evaluation, Cognitive Walkthrough, and Web Design Perspectives-based Usability Evaluation (WDP). This research aims to evaluate which method presents the best performance on the usability evaluation of web applications for mobile devices. The study was conducted as a class activity for students of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The obtained results are very important to help the development of a specific technology that focus on the usability evaluation of mobile applications with the best cost/benefit ratio.
Avaliando modelos de interação para comunicação de deficientes auditivos BIBAFull-Text 193-196
  Stefan Martins; Lucia Filgueiras
Deaf people are not often considered users when modeling interaction in commercial systems projects. This kind of user has a peculiar way to use information and communication technologies (ICTs). This paper reports the preliminary results of a research project for creating an interaction model combining accessible resources. The proposed model uses other interfaces for hearing impaired to improve the interaction and consequently their autonomy.
Estendendo o conhecimento afetivo da EmotionML BIBAFull-Text 197-200
  Maria Augusta S. N. Nunes; Jonas S. Bezerra; Adicinéia A. de Oliveira
This paper describes a brief state of the art of Affective Computing considering, mainly, the psychological aspects such as Emotion and Personality. Those aspects are used as a computational strategy in order to improve the interface and the human-computer interaction. Towards to this we propose an extension of the affective knowledge of the EmotionML.
FATA: um caminho para soluções interativas individualizadas para reabilitação BIBAFull-Text 201-204
  Luciana Correia Lima de Faria Borges; Lucia Vilela Leite Filgueiras; Cristiano Maciel
There is a big distance among computer aided therapy systems and instruments effectively used by rehabilitation professionals and their patients. This article looks for a proper interaction of rehabilitation technology solutions provided by FATA (Fábrica de Alta Tecnologia Assistiva) to enable technological harmonization among patient, therapist and treatment. It presents guidelines of user centered project, participatory design and preliminary results of this project and its key challenges.
Incremental computation of information landscapes for dynamic web interfaces BIBAFull-Text 205-208
  Vedran Sabol; Kamran Ali Ahmad Syed; Arno Scharl; Markus Muhr; Alexander Hubmann-Haidvogel
This paper presents a technique for the visual analysis of topical shifts in dynamically changing textual archives. Our approach is based on the well-known information landscape metaphor, whereby topical changes are represented by changes in landscape topography. Incremental clustering and multi-dimensional scaling algorithms are periodically applied to a changing document set for generating a series of information landscapes. The resulting landscapes are suitable for dynamic Web interfaces, enabling the user to explore topical relationships and understand topical shifts and trends in changing document repositories.
Interação em nuvens BIBAFull-Text 209-212
  João Paulo Delgado Preti; Lucia Vilela Leite Filgueiras
The growth of communication and information technology pushes for changes on how information is obtained or sent, and brings new interaction models. Convergence and elasticity provided by the cloud may foster changes in how people interact with computers. Despite cloud computing is revamping research in many computing areas, few studies are found about the social implications of this new computational model and how the human-cloud interaction will be. This paper intends to present some interaction concerns inherent to human-cloud interaction.
MEX experience boards: a set of agile tools for user experience design BIBAFull-Text 213-216
  Carlos Rosemberg Maia de Carvalho
This paper proposes the MEX Experience Boards, a set of agile modeling tools created to identify and/or design important aspects of User Experience (UX) in an interactive product. Grounded on MEX -- Generic User Experience Model, it can be easily used in conjunction with other UX/Agile approaches, such as user roles, personas and task flows. Experiments so far suggest that its main advantages are flexibility, collaboration support (participatory design enabler), ease of use and capability of discover hidden user experience issues.
MISTool: um ambiente colaborativo de apoio ao Método de Inspeção Semiótica BIBAFull-Text 217-220
  Angelo Magno de Jesus; Elton José da Silva
The Semiotic Inspection Method (SIM) is a software inspection method based on the Semiotic Engineering theory. The difficulties to teach and learn it, the possibility of its collaborative use and the lack of computer tools to support it motivated us to develop the MISTool environment. This tool allows a team of evaluators to apply the SIM using forums and wikis during software inspections.
Qualidade de uso de um sistema de TV digital BIBAFull-Text 221-224
  Danielly B. Guimarães; Elizabeth S. Furtado
A clear definition of quality goals of the business processes of a proposed system and the establishment of responsibilities among stakeholders (professionals, users and organizations), individually and systemically, are basic requirements for the success of this proposal. A framework is proposed to guide those involved to implement practices and ISO Usability and Interactive Digital TV (TVDi). The standards proposed in this framework were obtained from a socio-technical scenarios relating to a digital TV system. An analysis of theoretical and practical experiences on the deployment of digital TV shows there are challenges to apply them caused by attitudes fragmented and where the user does not have the central role.

Artigos industriais

Aplicação de técnicas e métodos de IHC para avaliar a QoE de serviços de TV interativa BIBAFull-Text 225-230
  Lara Schibelsky Godoy Piccolo; Graziella Cardoso Bonadia; Claudia de Andrade Tambascia
Quality of Experience (QoE) is a measure of how customers perceive a service offering. Usually applied to evaluate telecommunications services, there is no agreement on how to correlate network measures with human factors to obtain a QoE value, especially when considering interactive interfaces of services. This paper presents results of an ongoing work to define a methodology that considers aspects of user interaction in the QoE evaluation of interactive TV services.
Impacto da usabilidade na educação a distância: um estudo de caso no Moodle IFAM BIBAFull-Text 231-236
  Edna Magalhães; Viviane Gomes; Alexandre Rodrigues; Leonardo Santos; Tayana Conte
In this paper, we present a usability evaluation of the learning management system Moodle IFAM, which is used in distance education. We apply the methods: Cognitive Walkthrough and Communicability Evaluation. We have collected useful information about how to improve Moodle's usability. And we have also verified that some practices of system's administrator and tutors can improve it.
Institucionalizando o foco na experiência do usuário através do six sigma em uma organização CMMI5 BIBAFull-Text 237-242
  Albert Schilling; Carlos Rosemberg; Joice Barbosa; Gabriela Telles
This paper shows the Instituto Atlantico's experience with the institutionalization of user experience focus using Six Sigma methodology. Among results, is worth mentioning the statistic proof that the use of specific CHI techniques maximizes the quality of final product, through the reduction of errors found by final users after the releases. This fact has contributed to the paradigm change regarding investments in HCI practices, for instance, low fidelity prototyping and participatory design.
Uso de user story mapping para planejamento de produtos interativos BIBAFull-Text 243-248
  Karine Drumond; Leandro Alves
In this paper, we describe the user story mapping technique, its benefits and limitations in the context of interactive product planning. The first part of the paper includes the basic description of the technique and the second part we demonstrate the practical application for an interactive product planning and finally, we discuss the key benefits, perspectives, results, limitations and possible adjustments for different contexts.


iTAOS: uma ferramenta para modelagem de tarefas BIBAFull-Text 249-250
  Francisco Petrônio; Bernardo Lula Júnior; Alencar de Medeiros; Nielson J. P. da S. Júnior; Giuseppe A. Lima
This work presents iTAOS, a graphical computational tool to support user's task description in UI (User Interface) design context. iTAOS is destined to help UI designers (iTAOS users) to describe user's task using TAOS (Task and Action Oriented System), granting the coherence and completeness of that description.
MoLIC Designer: uma ferramenta para o projeto conjunto de interação e interface BIBAFull-Text 251-252
  Ugo Braga Sangiorgi; Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa
MoLIC is a language created to allow the construction of models to represent interaction as a metaphor of conversation between the system's designer and the user. MoLIC Designer it's a tool created to support the diagram construction in that language, allowing the designer to visualize different interaction paths users might follow, during the interaction, according to his/her vision.
SMART: uma ferramenta de apoio a projetos de sistemas colaborativos com foco em impactos sociais BIBAFull-Text 253-254
  Rodrigo Ferreira da Silva; Victor Josué Salles; Raquel Oliveira Prates
In this paper we present the SMART tool. SMART allows designers of collaborative systems to describe the proposed users' communicative model for the system being designed. It analyzes this model and provides qualitative indicators of potential social impacts the system may bring to its users. SMART is based on the architecture model proposed by Manas and Semiotic Engineering theory.

Pôsteres gerais

An approach for interactive dialogue modelling of multimodal applications BIBAFull-Text 255-256
  Sebastian Feuerstack
This poster presents ongoing work of an approach for the model-based design of multimodal applications that can be adapted to various multimodal setups.
Análise da relação entre acessibilidade web e usabilidade para pessoas com deficiência visual BIBAFull-Text 257-258
  Janicy Aparecida Pereira Rocha; Tiago França Melo de Lima
Web accessibility is essential for access to government information and services on Internet. However, the lack of conformity with accessibility guidelines creates barriers to access for persons with disabilities. Moreover, the conformity with these guidelines does not ensure usability of the websites. Thus, this paper presents the current stage of the work investigation over the relationship between accessibility and usability of Brazilian government websites for visually impaired people.
Biblioteca digital inclusiva no ensino superior BIBAFull-Text 259-260
  Joseane Giacomelli; Amanda Meincke Melo; Rumenigue Hohemberger
Public web sites must be accessible to people with visual disabilities, but online digital libraries in Brazilian public universities still have barriers that limit access to their contents. This poster presents the requirements elicitation conducted by UNIPAMPA academic community to identify features that should be present on its online digital library. This research is based on Universal Design and User Centered Design theories.
GPS para deficientes visuais BIBAFull-Text 261-262
  Felipe Siller; Juliana Cristina Braga
The development project seeks to create a Global Positioning System (GPS) for mobile devices to assist visually impaired in their location by sending and receiving voices commands.
Inclusão de usabilidade no processo de desenvolvimento de software da DATAPREV BIBAFull-Text 263-264
  Danilo de Sousa Ferreira; Karolyne Maria Alves de Oliveira; Aline de Araújo Alencar
In this paper, it is briefly introduced a proposal to adapt the Dataprev's software development process with usability perspective by including user-centered activities.
O uso de descrições narrativas para avaliar significados em interfaces de usuário BIBAFull-Text 265-266
  Macilon Araújo Costa Neto; Jair Cavalcanti Leite
Production and interpretation of meanings are fundamental in HCI. To the semiotic engineering theory, the designer needs to construct a user interface to communicate his/her intended solution to the user. In order to appropriately use a computing system, the user should interpret the designer's intended meanings. In our project, we investigate the use of scripts to express the user interface meanings in natural language as an epistemic tool to analyze differences in stakeholders' interpretations. As a first step, we define a dictionary of interactive signs that could be use to generate user interface scripts.

Pôsteres acadêmicos

A user interface proposal for mobile devices: a study on information architecture and e-book readers BIBAFull-Text 267-268
  Maria Amélia Teixeira da Silva; Guilherme Ataíde Dias
This research is a study related to the application of Information Architecture (IA) principles to the interface of e-book readers. The four basic Information Architecture principles proposed by Morville and Rosenfeld (2006) and the methodology developed by Camargo and Vidotti (2010) are applied. The work is based on case studies and experimental research. The literature review will include research in scientific journals on the field of Information Science and Computer Science, and other information resources such as books, Websites, and scientific events.
Avaliação de usabilidade de aplicações em dispositivos móveis BIBAFull-Text 269-270
  Bruno Bonifácio; Horácio Oliveira; Tayana Conte
The main goal of the proposed work is to develop a technique for evaluating web mobile applications that focuses on identifying the largest number of usability problems while reducing costs in the development process and, consequently, increasing the quality of applications.
Investigando a comunicação sobre qualidade de artigos na Wikipedia para seus usuários BIBAFull-Text 271-272
  Raquel Lara dos Santos; Raquel Oliveira Prates
In collaborative encyclopedias, such as Wikipedia, communicating to users indicators on the quality of the articles is essential to enhance knowledge about the quality of the information available. The goal of our research is to identify and evaluate strategies adopted by Wikipedia to convey this information to users. To perform this analysis the Semiotic Inspection Method was applied. Based on this analysis we intend to propose new strategies that can support users in indentifying the quality of the information of an article.


II WAIHCWS: workshop de aspectos da interação humano-computador para a web social BIBAFull-Text 273-274
  Sergio Roberto P. da Silva; Roberto Pereira; Vania P. de Almeida Neris
A evolução tecnológica vem provocando mudanças significativas na forma como as pessoas compreendem, utilizam e são afetadas pela tecnologia. A evolução da Web desde a sua criação é um exemplo dessas mudanças. Neste artigo discutimos brevemente os conceitos de Web Social e Software Social, levantamos alguns dos principais desafios e oportunidades que a Web Social traz para a comunidade de pesquisa em IHC, e propomos a realização de um Workshop para a discussão de tais questões.
Workshop sobre o ensino de IHC (WEIHC) BIBAFull-Text 275-276
  Sílvia Amélia Bim; Marco Winckler; Raquel Oliveira Prates; Milene Selbach Silveira
The education on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a challenging activity for both teachers and students. As it is a multidisciplinary discipline teachers and students have to develop knowledge in different areas such as Psychology, Design and Computer Science. Furthermore they have to constantly investigate how the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) principles can be applied to the new technologies (e.g. mobile and iTV). The aim of this workshop is to discuss the evolution of HCI education and share stories of successful and unsuccessful experiences whilst teaching Human-Computer Interaction.