Univ Access Inf Soc (2018) 17:1–3 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-016-0515-7 EDITORIAL 1 2 Pere Ponsa Daniel Guasch Published online: 31 December 2016 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016 1 Introduction Design Challenge. Of the 94 scientiﬁc contributions, 66 papers were accepted in the following categories: 41 full Interaccio´n is the International Conference promoted by papers, 21 short papers and 4 papers for the Doctoral the Spanish Human Computer Association (In Spanish: Colloquium. The conference sessions were classiﬁed in: ´ ´ Asociacion para la Interaccion Persona-Ordenador, AIPO), natural user interfaces, methodologies and models, whose main objective is to promote and disseminate the EnGendering Technology, child–computer interaction, recent advances in the ﬁeld of human–computer interaction interface design, interaction devices, interaction for people . This conference provides a forum for discussion and with disability, games, usability and user experience, exchange of ideas on the design and application of tech- software-architecture and interaction, accessibility and niques and methodologies with a multidisciplinary semantic web. approach (from engineering to human factors, human– The conference structure comprises a set of sessions robot interaction, accessibility, interface design, usability, and a set of social and scientiﬁc activities including the natural interaction, etc.). plenaries of Panos Markopoulos (Interaction Design for The 16th International Conference
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