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Due to the virtual format of the IHC 2021, the ability of attendees to understand presentations using only sight or audio is now a requirement. Therefore, authors will present their articles through pre-recorded videos with subtitles during the event, but the discussions will be synchronous. The Resources and Accessibility page (Portuguese only) presents resources that can be useful in preparing videos, including slide and recording templates using OBS Studio.

Research Track

Research Track

Publications that demonstrate original research in the field of HCI

Insightful Ideas and Emerging Results

Insightful Ideas and Emerging Results

New ideas, critical discussions, preliminary results and work in progress

Workshop on HCI Education (WEIHC)


Teaching methods and tools for teaching and learning HCI

Workshop on Aspects of HCI for the Social Web (WAIHCWS)


Methodologies and practices to measure UX in different profiles of social network users

Evaluation Competition

Evaluation Competition

Application of theoretical knowledge related to HCI assessment methodologies

Thesis and Dissertations Contest (CTD-IHC)


Disseminate research at graduate level, rewarding the best Theses and Dissertations defended in 2020


  1. Developing a Set of Design Patterns Specific for the Design of User Interfaces for Autistic Users
    Dayanne Gomes (UFMA), Nathasha Pinto (UFMA), Aurea Melo (UEA), Ivana Márcia Maia (IFMA), Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva (UFMA), Raimundo Barreto (UFAM), Davi Viana (UFMA), Luis Rivero (UFMA)
  2. Flying colors: Using color blindness simulations in the development of accessible mobile games
    Mateus Carneiro (UFC), Windson Viana (UFC), Rossana Andrade (UFC), Ticianne Darin (UFC)
  3. Image Descriptions’ Limitations for People with Visual Impairments: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?
    Alessandra Jandrey (PUC-RS), Duncan Ruiz (PUC-RS), Milene Silveira (PUC-RS)
  4. Making Design of Experiments (DOE) accessible for everyone: Prototype design and evaluation
    Fabiani de Souza (CPQD), Gabriela Vechini (UNICAMP), Graziella Bonadia (CPQD)
  5. The Windows 10’s Color Filter Feature as an Aid for Color Blind People in the Use of Websites
    Isa Maria de Paiva (UNIRIO), Sean Siqueira (UNIRIO), Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira (UNIRIO)
  6. When just Ok, is not Ok – An Experimental Study through Sequential Chronological Cuts, with Prescriptive and Semantic Analyzes on the Dynamic Translation by VLibras Avatar
    André Silva (UNIRIO), Tatiane Militão de Sá (UFF), Ruan Diniz (PUC Campinas), Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira (UNIRIO), Sean Siqueira (UNIRIO), Saulo Cabral Bourguignon (UFF)
  7. Evaluation of Assistive Technologies from the perspective of Usability, User Experience and Accessibility: a Systematic Mapping Study
    Tatiany Xavier de Godoi (UFPR), Guilherme Guerino (UEM), Natasha Valentim (UFPR)