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ASSETS
2008
ACM
9 years 3 days ago
Software and technologies designed for people with autism: what do users want?
Software developers, designers and researchers have been looking to technology for solutions to help and educate people with autism for over two decades. There are many examples o...
Cynthia Putnam, Lorna Chong
HICSS
2002
IEEE
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9 years 3 months ago
Just What Do the Youth of Today Want? Technology Appropriation by Young People
What do young people want from information and communication technology? Why do they adopt some technologies but reject others? What roles do mobile technologies play in their liv...
Jenny M. Carroll, Steve Howard, Frank Vetere, Jane...
MHCI
2005
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Field-based mLearning: who wants what?
The real needs of end users of software technology are often neglected until it is too late. An approach is outlined that puts people before technology, and investigates the real ...
Paul Ryan, Enda Finn
CHI
2005
ACM
9 years 10 months ago
Location disclosure to social relations: why, when, & what people want to share
Advances in location-enhanced technology are making it easier for us to be located by others. These new technologies present a difficult privacy tradeoff, as disclosing one's...
Sunny Consolvo, Ian E. Smith, Tara Matthews, Antho...
WWW
2008
ACM
9 years 10 months ago
R-U-in?: doing what you like, with people whom you like
This paper presents R-U-In? ? a social networking application that leverages Web 2.0 and IMS-based Converged Networks technologies to create a rich next-generation service. R-U-In...
Nilanjan Banerjee, Dipanjan Chakraborty, Koustuv D...
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