Strategies for Automated GUI Tailoring for Multiple Devices

@article{Raneburger2015StrategiesFA,
  title={Strategies for Automated GUI Tailoring for Multiple Devices},
  author={David Raneburger and Hermann Kaindl and Roman Popp},
  journal={2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2015},
  pages={507-516}
}
When the same graphical user interface (GUI) is being used on multiple devices with different properties, usability problems arise, especially when GUI pages are too large for a (small) screen. Scrolling is a usual approach in such a situation, but it also depends on device properties. For desktop PCs used with a mouse, it is well-known that scrolling should be avoided. In contrast, for touch-based devices like tablet PCs or smartphones used with fingers, scrolling especially in vertical… CONTINUE READING

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