The web provides a flexible ubiquitous interface to users for creating and delivering content, sharing and visualizing data, socializing, playing games, and developing and deploying software systems on and for the web. In this context, Web user interfaces play a prominent role in the level and quality of user experience with the application.
The aim of this track is to study user interfaces and new ways to improve the relationship between users and Web applications. We invite high quality submissions of technical research papers describing original and unpublished results addressing topics related to web user interfaces.
For paper categories, submission instructions and deadlines, please see the ICWE submission page.
Ali Mesbah, University of British Columbia, Canada
Fabio Paterno, University of Pisa, Italy
Topics of interest
- Analysis of user behavior
- Empirical studies related to Web user interfaces
- End-user development of Web applications
- Green user interfaces
- User interface designs and interaction techniques
- Privacy and security
- Distribution and migration of user interfaces
- Testing and analysis of user interfaces
- Tools and environments on and for the Web
- Usability and accessibility
- Visualisation methods and techniques
- Web user interfaces for mobile devices