The Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computational Systems (IHC) publishes, every year, dozens of paper on many areas and themes. In the 25 years of an event like this, it’s easy to imagine that a wealth of high quality productions comes from it.
In this timespan, research and innovation come together in a plethora of contributions. Those productions are not only highlights by themselves, but they nurture many other new and old papers. That’s why we invite you to know more about some of the papers that were published on IHC with the biggest number of citation in other productions.
They are papers that deal with many subjects around IHC, from communicability and accessibility to UX evaluation and semiotic inspection. See below the list of the most cited papers; don’t miss the chance to check this collection of knowledge!
|The semiotic inspection method
|Como conhecer usuários através do Método de Explicitação do Discurso Subjacente (MEDS)
|Exploring new formats of the Self-Assessment Manikin in the design with children
|Conveying mood and emotion in instant messaging by using a two-dimensional model for affective states
|Issues of the social web interaction project faced with afterlife digital legacy
|Revisiting the Three HCI Waves: A Preliminary Discussion on Philosophy of Science and Research Paradigms
|A Systematic Mapping Study on Research Contributions on UX Evaluation Technologies
|A method for evaluating software communicability
|5W2H Framework: a guide to design, develop and evaluate the user-centered gamification
|Missing and declining affordances: are these appropriate concepts?
|Design para a inclusão: desafios e proposta
|Here’s What I Can Do: Chatbots’ Strategies to Convey Their Features to Users
|A systematic literature review on user centered design and participatory design with older people
|Applicability of the semiotic inspection method: a systematic literature review
|Desafios de design para a TV digital interativa
|Developing an accessible interaction model for touch screen mobile devices: preliminary results
|A real-time system to recognize static gestures of Brazilian sign language (libras) alphabet using Kinect
|Montando questionários para medir a satisfação do usuário: avaliação de interface de um sistema que utiliza técnicas de recuperação de imagens por conteúdo
|Towards user psychological profile
|The internet generation and its representations of death: considerations for posthumous interaction projects
|Softwares sociais: uma visão orientada a valores
|Analyzing User Experience in Mobile Web, Native and Progressive Web Applications: A User and HCI Specialist Perspectives
|Comparação entre os métodos de avaliação de base cognitiva e semiótica
|Usabilidade, acessibilidade e inteligibilidade aplicadas em interfaces para analfabetos, idosos e pessoas com deficiência
|The Bifocal Tree: a Technique for the Visualization of Hierarchical Information Structures
|An exploratory study on non-visual mobile phone interfaces for games
|The Interplay of Aesthetics, Usability and Credibility in Mobile Websites and the Moderation by Culture
Table 1: Most cited published IHC papers on in the 25 years of the event.
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It should be noted that the data collection was manually made in October 2023 in Google Scholar.
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