Interacting with Computers (IwC), published in cooperation with OUP, is an official publication of BCS and the Interaction Specialist Group.
Publishing accessible, interdisciplinary research papers and cutting-edge thematic special issues on human-computer interaction, it is recognised as a leading international forum for the discussion of HCI issues, which demands of its readers a forward-looking perspective.
The journal was launched in 1987 by Interaction to provide access to the results of research in the field of HCI, an increasingly crucial discipline within the computer, information and design sciences. Now one of the most highly rated journals in the field, IwC has a strong and growing impact factor, and a high ranking and excellent indices (h-index, SNIP, SJR).
Topics covered include: HCI and design theory; new research paradigms; interaction process and methodology; user interface, usability and UX design; development tools and techniques; empirical evaluations and assessment strategies; new and emerging technologies; ubiquitous, ambient and mobile interaction; accessibility, user modelling and intelligent systems; organisational and societal issues.
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General editor: D. M. Murray
Online ISSN 1873-7951
Print ISSN 0953-5438
Impact factor: 1.233
Five-year impact factor: 1.455
Ranked 8th in the computer science / cybernetics category
Ranked 6th out of 20 journals in the SCI Computer Science/Cybernetics category
Ranked 6th in Microsoft Academic’s top journals in HCI