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Toward an Information Society for All: HCI Challenges and R&D Recommendations
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This article reports on the results of the second meeting and workshop of the International Scientific Forum, "Towards an Information Society for All," that took place in Crete, Greece, June 15-16, 1998. Expand
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Encapsulating intelligent interactive behaviour in unified user interface artefacts
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This article extends this notion and describes how unified design artefacts can support the development of accessible and high quality user interfaces exhibiting the characteristics of multiple metaphor environments. Expand
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Universal accessibility in HCI: Process-oriented design guidelines and tool requirements
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This paper presents a preliminary collection of design-oriented guidelines and development requirements for accessibility and universal design in HCI. Expand
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Integrated support for working with guidelines: the Sherlock guideline management system
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This paper presents a new way for working with guidelines and discusses the functionality, properties, typical use and evaluation of a supporting tool environment, Sherlock Guideline Management System. Expand
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Self-Adapting Web-based Systems: Towards Universal Accessibility
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This paper discusses the employment of self-adaptation techniques in WWW-based interactive systems, as a tool for ensuring their universal accessibility. Expand
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Universal design: towards universal access in the information society
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This workshop aims to advance an understanding of the concepts and principles of universal design and extrapolate on their relevance to Information Society Technologies. Expand
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Ambient affiliates in virtual cross-organizational tourism alliances: A case study of collaborative new product development
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The paper presents intrinsic properties of cross-organizational collaboration in shared information spaces and motivates the concept of ambient communities with particular reference to the tourism sector. Expand
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Supporting user-adapted interface design: The USE-IT system
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This paper describes USE-IT, a knowledge-based tool for automating the design of interactions at the physical level, so as to ensure accessibility of the target user interface by different user groups, including people with disabilities. Expand
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Preference-Based Human Factors Knowledge Repository for Designing User Interfaces
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This article proposes and describes a representational framework and a supporting tool environment for embedding and propagating human factors expertise into high level user interface design and development platforms. Expand
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