Inclusive development: Software engineering requirements for universally accessible interactions

@article{Savidis2006InclusiveDS,
  title={Inclusive development: Software engineering requirements for universally accessible interactions},
  author={Anthony Savidis and Constantine Stephanidis},
  journal={Interacting with Computers},
  year={2006},
  volume={18},
  pages={71-116}
}
The notion of 'universal access' reflects the concept of an Information Society in which potentially anyone (i.e. any user) will interact with computing machines, at anytime and anyplace (i.e. in any context of use) and for virtually anything (i.e. for any task). Towards reaching a successful and cost effective realization of this vision, it is critical to ensure that the future interface development tools provide all the necessary instrumentation to support inclusive design, i.e. facilitate… CONTINUE READING

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