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WUDESHI-DR 2021Workshop on User Decision Support and Human Interaction in Digital Retail
Chair(s): Zohreh Pourzolfaghar, Douglas Cirqueira and Gültekin Cakir

Workshop on
User Decision Support and Human Interaction in Digital Retail
 - WUDESHI-DR 2021

Paper Submission: July 30, 2021
Authors Notification: September 8, 2021
Camera Ready and Registration: September 17, 2021

Co-chairs

Zohreh Pourzolfaghar
Maynooth University
Ireland
 
Douglas Cirqueira
Dublin City University
Ireland
 
Gültekin Cakir
Maynooth University
Ireland
 
Scope

Digitalisation is transforming the retail industry into “Digital Retail”, a combination of physical retailing and digital technologies. At the same time, omnichannel customer journey, described as the simultaneous use of various channels by customers, emerged as a new phenomenon caused by changes in consumer behaviour.

Human-Computer Interaction brings a user-centric perspective into needs for utilizing computer/digital technologies, and for shaping those towards positive and engaging experiences.

Shaping these technologies for customer needs and enriching shopping experiences is essential, also fulfilling retailer requirements. The intersection of HCI and Digital Retail can bridge the gap for enabling and designing omnichannel and convenient shopping experiences to consumers and retailers equally.

This special session is organized by members of the Horizon2020 project PERFORM: www.perform-network.eu.



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