[AISWorld] CALL FOR PAPERS for the AMCIS 2019 Mini Track: *Interface Design, Evaluation and Impact*

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Tue Feb 26 16:20:05 EST 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS for the AMCIS 2019 Mini Track: *Interface Design,
Evaluation and Impact*

Cancún International Convention Center
Cancún, México
August 15-17, 2019


Mini Track: *Interface Design, Evaluation and Impact(IDEI)*

Track: *Human-Computer Interaction (SIGHCI)*

This mini-track is an outlet for human-computer interaction (HCI) papers
that research interface design, evaluation, and impact. It supports a
wide-ranging set of research topics, methods, and perspectives in the HCI
area. Possible topics include user interface design and evaluation for B2B,
B2C, C2C e-commerce, m-commerce, and social media sites, business software
including ERP, Internet of Things, big data dashboard, and healthcare,
virtual worlds and games. User task analysis, usability testing, the
analysis of the impacts of interfaces on the attitudes, behaviors,
performance, or productivity of individuals, organizations, and society are
also the topics of this mini-track. Authors are encouraged to investigate
new issues related to and apply new approaches of considering HCI in light
of emerging technologies and technology trends. A number of papers have
been published at the premier IS journals in the past. Excellent conference
submissions have been considered for fast-track options at journals
publishing HCI research.

*Suggested Topics*

Possible topics include but are not limited to the following:

   - Behavioral, cognitive, and motivational aspects of human/computer
   - User task analysis and modeling
   - The analysis, design, development, evaluation, and use of information
      - Guidelines and standards for interface and interaction design
      - Interface design and use for the business software, Web, mobile
      devices, touch-screen devices (e.g., tablet)
   - Usability testing for the Web, mobile, and 3-D interface
      - Neuroscience (e.g., fMRI), Eye Tracking, galvanic skin response(GSR),
      Facial Expression Analysis, EEG
   - Design of hedonic and utilitarian user interfaces
      - Visual aesthetics and affective computing
   - User interface design and evaluation for
      - B2B, B2C, C2C E-Commerce or M-Commerce
      - Social Commerce Sites
      - Government to Consumer or Business E-commerce
      - Business software such as
         - business analytics and ERP systems
         - Internet of Things
         - Big Data Dashboard
         - Healthcare Information Systems
      - Virtual Worlds and Augmented Reality
      - Games
      - Group collaboration
      - Negotiation and auction
   - The impact of interface design or usability on the attitudes,
   behaviors, performance, perceptions, or productivity of individuals,
   organizations, and society
   - HCI issues related to the elderly, the disabled, and other special
   needs populations
   - Design and analysis of wearable, pervasive, or ubiquitous systems and
   - Issues in teaching and designing HCI courses or programs
   - Human factors issues related to the design and use of information
   - Case studies looking at interface or interaction design and usability

Papers must be submitted through the conference website:

For details on submission instructions, deadlines, and template, please
click here:

Important Dates:
January 7, 2019: Manuscript submissions for AMCIS papers begin
March 1, 2019 10 am PST:  AMCIS manuscript submissions (completed research
and Emergent Research Forum (ERF)) closes for authors
April 15, 2019: Notification of decision on submitted papers
April 24, 2019: Camera-ready submissions due

Minitrack Co-chairs:
Younghwa “Gabe” Lee, Miami University, gabelee at miamioh.edu

Andrew N. K. Chen, University of Kansas, andrewchen at ku.edu

Anna L. McNab, Niagara University, amcnab at niagara.edu

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