Sara Bouzit

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This paper presents two forms of adaptive menus for small devices (smart phones). Contrary to the Ephemeral <i>appearing</i> adaptation proposed by Findlater <i>et al.</i> [7], we claim for <i>disappearing</i> adaptation. The first form is named <i>In Context Disappearing</i> (ICD); the second one <i>Out of Context Disappearing</i> (OCD). The principle of(More)
This paper presents a design space for exploring design options of adaptive graphical menus based on Bertin's eight visual variables: position, size, shape, value, color, orientation, texture, and motion. In order to transform a traditional (static) menu into an adaptive one, at least one visual variable should be exploited to convey which menu items have(More)
This paper presents a design space for engineering adaptive user interfaces throughout the user interface development life cycle in order to describe any adaptation technique, adaptable or adaptive, to compare two or more techniques, and to generate new, perhaps unprecedented, techniques. Grounded in the theory of psychological perception, this design space(More)
This paper presents a model-based approach for designing Polymodal Menus, a new type of multimodal adaptive menu for small screen graphical user interfaces where item selection and adaptivity are responsive to more than one interaction modality: a menu item can be selected graphically, tactilely, vocally, gesturally, or any combination of them. The(More)
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