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Accessibility and Usability of User Interfaces

When developing new applications and services in any knowledge domain it is essential for user interfaces to be simple and easy to use for all, in

Publications and editorial products until 01/01/2016

A Modified Google Docs UI accessible via screen reader

A prototype of Google interfaces modified for simplifying interaction for blind users

Collaborative Editing for All: the Google Docs Example

Concept of an add-on tactile display for smart phones as a helping device for blind users

Conceptual Framework: How to Engineer Online Trust for Disabled Users

Designing E-learning Collaborative Tools for Blind People

Distance Learning: New Opportunities for the Blind

Educational Impact of Structured Podcasts on Blind Users

Electronic Commerce: a great opportunity for the Blind

Electronic commerce "in the dark"

Electronic Commerce “in the Dark”

Enriching Graphic Maps to Enable Multimodal Interaction by Blind People

Interacting with the iPad via VoiceOver: accessibility and usability issues.

Is Facebook really "open" to all?

Is Wikipedia usable for the blind?

Making "Google Docs" User Interface More Accessible for Blind People

Making Visual Maps Accessible to the Blind

Playing with geometry: a Multimodal Android App for Blind Children

Providing Web Accessibility for the Visually Impaired

Structured Audio Podcasts via Web Text-to-Speech System

Usability and Accessibility of eBay by Screen Reader

User Trust of eCommerce Services: perception via screen reader

Web 2.0: Twitter and the blind

Presentations and Demos

Concept of an add-on tactile display for smart phones as a helping device for blind users

Structured Audio Podcasts via Web Text-to-Speech System