Relating Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) studies to Information Systems Development is of particular interest for this track. Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary research that addresses the design, use, adoption, and evaluation of Information Technology with a focus on the interfaces between humans and computers. Understanding Information Systems Development from HCI can be studied from an individual, group, and organizational, social, or cultural perspective. What are the methods for bringing good usability design techniques into ordinary practices of systems development and maintenance? This is of increasing significance as systems vendors nowadays are expected to deliver systems that are accessible from a multitude of devices and environments. How is the multitude of systems accessible in the web browser via organization-internal intranets affecting employees’ ability to understand the systems available? How is participatory design practices affected by the distributed work-organization in the Global Village? Submissions discussing new and emerging issues and submission representing traditional approaches are both welcome to this track.

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A Survey of Game Usability Practices in North American Game Companies

Mikko Rajanen, University of Oulu
Juho Tapani

Design and Prototyping of an Interactive Virtual Environment to Foster Citizen Participation and Creativity in Urban Design

Barnabé Faliu, Yncréa – Méditerranée
Alena Siarheyeva, Yncréa – Méditerranée
Ruding Lou
Frédéric Merienne

Gamifying Information System Testing–Qualitative Validation through Focus Group Discussion

Navid Memar, Curtin University
Aneesh Krishna, Curtin University of Technology
David A. McMeekin, Curtin University of Technology
Tele Tan, Curtin University of Technology

How to Design An Interactive System for Data Science: A Literature Review

Ana Sofia Almeida
Licinio Roque, Universidade de Coimbra
Paulo Rupino da Cunha, University of Coimbra

Towards a Catalogue of Reusable Security Requirements, Vulnerabilities and Threats

Luís Pissarra Gonçalves
Alberto Rodrigues da Silva

Towards an Adaptive System: Users’ Preferences and Responses to an Intelligent Virtual Advisor based on Individual Differences

Hedieh Ranjbartabar
Debbie Richards, Macquarie University
Cat Kutay
Samuel Mascarenhas