The paper entitled “Results in the Evaluation of a Prototype for Digital Inclusion using Recoverability Walkthrough” was selected as the best work at the 1st South American Conference on Interaction Design, promoted by the Association for Interaction Design in South America, in partnership with the University Anhembi Morumbi. The paper presented by CPqD’s experts, Cláudia de Andrade Tambascia, Robson Eudes Duarte and Ronaldo Rocha, explains the results achieved in the evaluation of a system prototype for digital inclusion. This work focused on people with low literacy and people with visual or hearing impairment. To perform this evaluation, the Recoverability Walkthrough technique was used. Such technique explores the ability to reestablish the interaction flow in case an error occurs. Considering that, and because of inadequacy risks, universal accessibility solutions require thorough evaluations at the initial stages of development, the evaluation process used as well as some of the relevant results were also presented at the event.