Call for Papers
October 14, 2013 Leave a comment
Open call for papers for Special Issue of Interacting with Computers (Oxford University Press) on INTUITIVE INTERACTION
Intuitive interaction or intuitive use has been much talked about but until recently not much researched. This issue seeks to bring together the current state of the art in intuitive interaction research, which will then be easily accessible to a wide audience, and will also encourage take-up of principles and ideas for implementing intuitive interaction into user interfaces
Each paper should include a rigorous definition of intuitive interaction or intuitive use (your own or cited from previous work). Intuitive interaction should be the main focus of the research reported in the paper.
Scope includes intuitive interaction:
• for the general population
• for older, younger or disabled people
• for other particular groups
Also of interest are:
• methodology around researching intuitive interaction
• how to test products or interfaces for intuitive interaction
• how to design for intuitive interaction
• tools or methods than can be applied by designers or developers to design for intuitive interaction
• other issues relevant to the research, understanding and application of intuitive interaction.
“Interaction” or “use” can include but is not limited to interaction with:
Full papers to be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/iwc
Deadline for submission of full papers 15th March 2014
Editors of the special issue are Associate Professor Alethea Blackler and Professor Vesna Popovic.
Alethea Blackler (PhD) is an Associate Professor in the School of Design and Leader of the Intuitive Interaction theme at the People and Systems Lab at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. She has conducted ten studies into Intuitive Interaction over the past 12 years, in conjunction with colleagues and students and has published on the topic for the past 11 years.
Vesna Popovic (PhD) is a Professor in Industrial Design at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. Her research focus is within experience and expertise, intuitive interaction and intuitive navigation domains. She was founder of People and Systems Lab at QUT. Vesna is a Fellow of the Design Research Society and the Design Institute of Australia.