Design Space and Evaluation Challenges of Adaptive Graphical User Interfaces

@article{Findlater2009DesignSA,
  title={Design Space and Evaluation Challenges of Adaptive Graphical User Interfaces},
  author={Leah Findlater and Krzysztof Z. Gajos},
  journal={AI Magazine},
  year={2009},
  volume={30},
  pages={68-73}
}
68 AI MAGAZINE Adaptive graphical user interfaces (GUIs) automatically tailor the presentation of functionality to better fit an individual user’s tasks, usage patterns, and abilities. A familiar example of an adaptive interface is the Windows XP start menu, where a small set of applications from the “All Programs” submenu is replicated in the top level of the “Start” menu for easier access, saving users from navigating through multiple levels of the menu hierarchy (figure 1). The potential of… CONTINUE READING

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