Ubiquitous service access through adapted user interfaces on multiple devices

  title={Ubiquitous service access through adapted user interfaces on multiple devices},
  author={Stina Nylander and Markus Bylund and Annika W{\ae}rn},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  • Stina Nylander, Markus Bylund, Annika Wærn
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
  • The Ubiquitous Interactor (UBI) addresses the problems of design and development that arise from services that need to be accessed from many different devices. In the UBI, a service can present itself with different user interfaces on different devices. This is done by a separation of the user–service interaction and presentation. The interaction is kept the same for all devices, and different presentation information is provided for different devices. This way, tailored user interfaces for… CONTINUE READING
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