Principles for Improving Interaction in Telephone-Based Interfaces


BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT Telephone-based interfaces (TBIs) are an increasingly important method for interacting with computer systems. The telephone is a ubiquitous device and is many people’s primary method of entry into the information infrastructure. Access to an increasing number of services is being offered over the telephone (such as electronic banking… (More)


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