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W4A
2006
ACM
12 years 3 months ago
How people use presentation to search for a link: expanding the understanding of accessibility on the web
It is well known that many Web pages are difficult for visually disabled people to use. Without access to a rich, visual display, the intended structure and organisation of the pa...
Caroline Jay, Robert Stevens, Mashhuda Glencross, ...
HT
2004
ACM
12 years 3 months ago
How much is too much in a hypertext link?: investigating context and preview - a formative evaluation
A high quality of free movement, or mobility, is key to the accessibility, design, and usability of many ‘common-use’ hypermedia resources (Web sites) and key to good mobility...
Simon Harper, Yeliz Yesilada, Carole A. Goble, Rob...
UIST
2009
ACM
12 years 4 months ago
Changing how people view changes on the web
The Web is a dynamic information environment. Web content changes regularly and people revisit Web pages frequently. But the tools used to access the Web, including browsers and s...
Jaime Teevan, Susan T. Dumais, Daniel J. Liebling,...
CHI
2010
ACM
12 years 4 months ago
A longitudinal study of how highlighting web content change affects people's web interactions
The Web is constantly changing, but most tools used to access Web content deal only with what can be captured at a single instance in time. As a result, Web users may not have a g...
Jaime Teevan, Susan T. Dumais, Daniel J. Liebling
WWW
2008
ACM
12 years 10 months ago
Keysurf: a character controlled browser for people with physical disabilities
For many users with a physical or motor disability, using a computer mouse or other pointing device to navigate the web is cumbersome or impossible due to problems with pointing a...
Leo Spalteholz, Kin Fun Li, Nigel Livingston, Foad...
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