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Putting the feel in ’look and feel‘
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Haptic devices are now commercially available and thus touch has become a potentially realistic solution to a variety of interaction design challenges. Expand
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Modelling and Using Sensed Context Information in the Design of Interactive Applications
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We present a way of analyzing sensed context information formulated to help in the generation, documentation and assessment of the designs of context-aware applications. Expand
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How can we best use landmarks to support older people in navigation?
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A pedestrian navigation aid based around landmarks is particularly useful for older people and demonstrate that text, speech and photographs are all effective ways of presenting landmark information, although speech on its own has some drawbacks. Expand
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Temporal Aspects of Tasks in the User Action Notation
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The need for communication among a multiplicity of cooperating roles in user interface development translates into the need for a common set of interface design representation techniques. Expand
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Affective feedback: an investigation into the role of emotions in the information seeking process
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User feedback is considered to be a critical element in the information seeking process, especially in relation to relevance assessment. Expand
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Teallach: a model-based user interface development environment for object databases
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A model-based user interface development environment for object databases, describing the models it supports, the relationships between these models, and the tool used to construct interfaces using the models. Expand
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ASUR++: A Design Notation for Mobile Mixed Systems
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We present a notation, ASUR++, for describing mobile systems that combine physical and digital entities. Expand
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Solving multi-target haptic problems in menu interaction
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We present an experimental study of haptically enhanced menus and show that thoughtful design can create multi-target haptic augmentations that provide performance benefits. Expand
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Using Landmarks to Support Older People in Navigation
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This paper describes the design of a pedestrian navigation aid for a handheld computer that uses landmarks to help guide the user along a route. Expand
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The Effect of Age and Font Size on Reading Text on Handheld Computers
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This paper presents an investigation into the effect of varying font size between 2 and 16 point on reading text on a handheld computer. Expand
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