HCI in Practice

Accepted Works and Program

Tuesday - 10/18 - 2pm to 4pm

14h – Avaliando a acessibilidade do SIGAA e sua experiência de usuário para discentes com deficiência da UFRRJ – Caio Marcelo Sabadin Adão (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ), Julia Souza Robaina Gomes (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ), Allan Sette da Silva (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ), Camila Cristina Gomes Ferreira de Oliveira (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ)

14:20h – Avaliação da Experiência de Usuários por meio da Abordagem Dogfooding – Adriana Lopes Damian (Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado), Marcelo Pereira, Bruno Luz (Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado), João Leite (Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado)

14:40h – Pesquisas de design centrado no usuário. O dia a dia na Rethink Tecnologia, uma consultoria de produto digital – Debora Line Gomes (UFMG e Rethink Tecnologia)

15h – Proposição da nova interface do Quaesta, baseada em princípios de usabilidade e padrões web – Ana Luiza Dias (Embrapa), Leandro H. Mendonça de Oliveira (Embrapa), Juarez B. Tomé Jr (Embrapa)

15:20h – Integrando técnicas de IHC e Engenharia de Software na especificação de requisitos de uma ferramenta de modelagem – Anna Beatriz Marques (Universidade Federal do Ceará), Alex Alan Santos (Universidade Federal do Ceará), Maria Victoria Fiori (Universidade Federal do Ceará), Natalia Coelho (Universidade Federal do Ceará), Victor Feitosa (Universidade Federal do Ceará)

15:40h – Autenticação segura de pessoas com carteira digital: um estudo piloto no CPQD – Fabiani de Souza (CPQD), Jose Reynaldo Formigoni Filho (CPQD), Fernando Cezar Heredia Marino (CPQD), Andressa Souza Sampaio (CPQD)

Call for Papers

The HCI in Practice Track is aimed at all industrial practitioners, industrial or academic researchers, professors undergrad and graduate students, interested in presenting their experiences with  Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) application in real problems. These experiences may involve technical, commercial, social, management aspects, and the main challenges related to methods and techniques adoption in products and services development. 

It is an interesting opportunity for experience exchange between people who apply HCI in practice, with innovative solutions and trends, aiming for minimizing the gap that commonly exists between theory and practice. Works completed or in progress can be submitted. 

Relevant knowledge gathered by everyday developers’ activities, can be lost because there is no opportunity for writing it down and sharing it. The main goal of this track is to make public a practical knowledge of the industry that was not necessarily systematized by academia. It is desirable that the experiences are based on examples, data and experiences.

Topics of Interest

All topics relevant to HCI practice are expected on this track, including, but not limited to: 

  • IHC Application  in remote experiences; 
  • User-Centered Design in  products and services development; 
  • IHC and business rules; 
  • HCI Integration in processes development; 
  • Quality assessment in User-Centered Processes; 
  • Tools and equipment using in User-Centered Processes; 
  • Assistive technologies, accessibility and inclusion; 
  • Persuasive and Behavior Change Technologies; 
  • Collaborative Technologies.
  • Tecnologias colaborativas.


Submissions must be made in Portuguese or English, by all practitioners, researchers, professors and students, and must report cases and real experiences, relevant to the HCI area, considered successful or failured. 

The HCI in PracticeTrack is looking forward papers reporting any applied HCI experience, its techniques and theories in companies, startups, and partnership projects between the University and Industry, among others. The texts do not need to follow the academic language and can be written in the first person – as long as they respect the formal language writing style, in Portuguese or English. 

Papers must have 5 to 8 pages in the format indicated by the SBC template, including references.

Submissions must be made via the JEMS system and must have the following items :

  • Summary; 
  • Problem description and its context; 
  • Materials and methods adopted; 
  • Target audience delimitation; 
  • Results presentation; 
  • Lessons learned; 
  • Concluding Remarks; 
  • References.


It is noteworthy that the submitted papers must hide the authors’ names and affiliation e, since the process is performed with double-blind review. The submitted paper must not mention the company’s name, artifacts in repositories or websites that allow the authors’ identification. 

Questions about the papers’ preparation according to the anonymization rules can be sent by e-mail to the track committee.

Submission of the Final Version of the Accepted Works

Authors of the accepted papers must send, through the JEMS system, the final document considering the reviewers’ comments and suggestions. This document must follow the same format required in the submission. However, information omitted for the double-blind review process must be included in the final version. 

If the final version is not sent by the deadline, the work will be removed from the track. 

It should be noted that the authors are responsible for the content, and it is up to them to obtain the company authorization for the proposal submission and the case exposition. 

Accepted papers will be published in the extended proceedings of the event and will be indexed in SBC OpenLib.

Approval Criteria

Submissions will be evaluated by three program committee members, considering the problem’s delimitation, solution suitability, the relevance of lessons learned, clarity of exposition, as well as the business and academic contribution. 

We hope, with this track, to provide the experiences’ exchanges between practitioners, researchers, professors and students, interested in presenting the knowledge of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in practice, for increasing the cooperative relationships between the academic and industrial environments.

Symposium Presentation

At least one of the authors of accepted works must register for the Symposium in the Professional Category to orally present in the event technical. Only works presented will be published in the extended proceedings of the symposium. Detailed information about the presentation modalities will be forwarded later to the authors of accepted papers.

Program Committe

Alessandro Assis (Nuance Communications)
Amyris Fernandez (Universidade Metodista de Ensino)
André da Silva (Instituto Federal de São Paulo – Campus Hortolândia / NIED-UNICAMP)
Andre Freire (Universidade Federal de Lavras)
Anna Beatriz Marques (Universidade Federal do Ceará)
Awdren Fontão (Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul)
Cayley Guimarães (UTFPR)
Cesar Collazos (Department of Computer Science, Universidad del Cauca)
Claudia Cappelli (UERJ – Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro)
Claudinei Martins (CPqD)
Eduardo Tanaka (Eldorado Research Institute)
Flavio Horita (Universidade Federal do ABC)
Flávio Soares Corrêa da Silva (Universidade de São Paulo)
Isabela Gasparini (Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina – UDESC)
Johana Rosas Villena (Universidad Católica de Santa María)
Luiz Agner (IBGE)
Marcelle Mota (Universidade Federal do Pará)
Marcos Alexandre Rose Silva (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria – UFSM)
Maria Villela (Universidade Federal de Viçosa)
Roberto Pereira (UFPR – Universidade Federal do Paraná)
Valdemar Vicente Graciano Neto (Universidade Federal de Goiás)
Viviane Delvequio
Yuska Paola Costa Aguiar (UFPB)


Ana Luiza Dias (EMBRAPA) – ana.luiza@embrapa.br
Juliana de Albuquerque Gonçalves Saraiva (UFPB) – julianajags@dcx.ufpb.br

Important dates

Submission deadline: 06/26/2022 was 06/06/2022
Results’ Notification: 08/01/2022
Submission of the final version: 08/08/2022

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