Journal of Digital Media & Interaction

The Journal of Digital Media & Interaction is an open access journal that addresses research on enhancing user experience in digital media applications in creative, cultural and social contexts. It focuses on the socio-technological challenges seen from a transdisciplinary perspective, grounded in media studies and interaction design, as well as in communication, human–computer interaction, cultural studies, design, psychology, sociology and information sciences. As an international peer-reviewed research journal, it provides an open forum for: the discussion and monitoring of trends and transformations in the digital media landscape; the presentation of new design models and emergent technologies for the innovation of the user experience; the presentation of results from empirical studies and innovative research approaches.


Publication and working languages:

Articles and reviews can be written in English, Portuguese, French or Spanish.
Regular issues of the journal will appear twice a year.



JDMI: Vol.1, Nº1 (2018)

Vol 1, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents


Editorial: a new journal PDF
Nelson Zagalo, Lídia Oliveira 5-6


Imagined interaction: visualizing human-machine communication PDF
Jörgen Skågeby 7-21
Transcriação: o pensamento poético na criação de interfaces culturais PDF
Noeli Batista dos Santos, Bruno Mendes da Silva, Gabriela Borges, Vítor Manuel Reia-Baptista 22-36
Um processo de desenvolvimento de uma plataforma de TV Interativa para promover a infoinclusão dos seniores PDF
Telmo Silva, Hilma Caravau 37-54
Altmetrics and journalism: using twitter comments to analyze public engagement PDF
Marina Lisboa Empinotti, Rita de Cássia Romeiro Paulino 55-67
Youth interaction with television and online video content in the digital age PDF
Idoia Astigarraga Agirre, Amaia Pavon-Arrizabalaga, Aitor Zuberogoitia Espilla 68-84
A era das “fake news”: o digital storytelling como promotor do pensamento crítico PDF
Maria José Brites, Inês Amaral, Fernando Catarino 85-98
Effects of farmers’ peer influence on the use of ICT-based farm input information in developing countries: a case in Sikasso, Mali PDF
Macire Kante, Christopher Chepken, Robert Oboko 99-116

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Journal of Digital Media & Interaction