The intended audience is software engineering and HCI researchers and practitioners, who have experience
or interest in the workshop themes.
We aim at achieving a balanced mix of people from the two communities. The workshop will be particularly
appealing to the members of the project
TwinTide, who have been very active in this research topic. Participants are accepted based on the quality
of their submission. We plan to
have maximum 30 participants.
Relevance to the Field
The main contribution of I-UxSED 2012 to the field of HCI and SE is the understanding of state-of-the-art
about the interplay between UX evaluation feedback and system development. Specifically, there are limited
studies investigating how different UX evaluation feedback formats such as textual (e.g. diary), audio
(e.g. interview), visual (e.g. pictorial scale) and physiological (e.g. eye-tracking) determine their
usefulness as well as persuasiveness. Besides, visual and physiological data are more commonly used in
UX than in usability, based on the observations that experiences are more difficult to verbalize and
more subjective. The role of such evaluation data in system redesign entails further exploration. Besides,
there are very few methodological and practical guidelines on integrating UX evaluation and system design
in a software development process. The workshop will heighten the awareness of the need for more research
studies on the above-mentioned issues.