User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • List of Contributors xxiii
  • I - Introduction 1
  • 1 - User Interfaces for All: New Perspectives into Human–computer Interaction 3
  • References *
  • II - Dimensions 19
  • 2 - Individual Differences and Inclusive Design 21
  • References *
  • 3 - International and Intercultural User Interfaces 47
  • References *
  • Appendix *
  • 4 - Intelligent User Interfaces for All 65
  • References *
  • 5 - Interaction Technologies: Beyond the Desktop 81
  • References *
  • 6 - Special Needs and Enabling Technologies: an Evolving Approach to Accessibility 97
  • References *
  • 7 - Everyone Interfaces 115
  • III - Design 135
  • 8 - Theory and Practice from Cognitive Science 137
  • References *
  • 9 - From Programming Environments to Environments for Designing 165
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  • 10 - From Human–computer Interaction to Computer-Mediated Activity 183
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  • Appendix 200
  • 11 - Sociological Issues in Hci Design 203
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  • 12 - Generating Design Spaces: an Nlp Approach to Hci Design 223
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  • IV - Software Technologies and Architectural Models 243
  • 13 - The Friend21 Framework for Human Interface Architectures 245
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  • 14 - User Modeling for Adaptation 271
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  • 15 - Interface Agents: a New Interaction Metaphor and Its Application to Universal Accessibility 295
  • References 315
  • 16 - Accessibility in the Java− Platform 319
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  • V - Evaluation 337
  • 17 - User Interface Adaptation: Evaluation Perspectives 339
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  • 18 - Quality in Use for All 353
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  • VI - Unified User Interfaces 369
  • 19 - The Concept of Unified User Interfaces 371
  • References 388
  • 20 - The Unified User Interface Software Architecture 389
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  • 21 - The Unified User Interface Design Method 417
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  • 22 - Development Requirements for Implementing Unified User Interfaces 441
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  • 23 - Use-It: a Tool for Lexical Design Assistance 469
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  • 24 - The I-Get Uims for Unified User Interface Implementation 489
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  • 25 - A Case Study in Unified User Interface Development: the Avanti Web Browser 525
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  • VII - Support Measures 569
  • 26 - Making the Web Accessible 571
  • References *
  • 27 - Industrial Policy Issues 589
  • References 607
  • 28 - Economics and Management of Innovation 609
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  • VIII - Looking to the Future 633
  • 29 - Toward an Information Society for All: an International Research and Development Agenda 635
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  • 30 - Toward an Information Society for All: Hci Challenges and R&d Recommendations 665
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  • Author Index 695
  • Subject Index 707
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