The paper “WevQuery: Testing Hypotheses about Web Interaction Patterns” has been presented by Aitor Apaolaza at the 9th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS 2017) in Lisbon. WevQuery supports the testing of hypothesis about user interaction, by allowing designers to create queries based on event sequences easily. This way WevQuery makes complex and messy low-level Web interaction events, such as mouse movement and key presses, accessible to users with little or none querying expertise. A demo has also been presented, so the assistants to the conference could use WevQuery’s interface to create their queries. For their work on WevQuery, Aitor Apaolaza and Markel Vigo have been awarded the best paper award at the conference. WevQuery is built in the context of the MOVING project, where a dashboard for user interaction analysis will provide behavioural data to other tasks including the Adaptive Training Support that will generate personalised learning opportunities.