Our paper on user and device semantic models is published in the ACM Digital Library
Our paper «Developing a semantic user and device modeling framework that supports UI adaptability of web 2.0 applications for people with special needs», authored by Philip Ackermann, Carlos A. Velasco, Christopher Power, Yehya Mohamad and Jaroslav Pullmann (2012), has appeared in the ACM Digital Library. See: DOI=10.1145/2207016.2207018.
i2web at W4A!
i2web will present the paper «Developing A Semantic User And Device Modeling Framework That Supports UI Adaptability Of Web 2.0 Applications For People With Special Needs», authored by Philip Ackermann, Carlos A. Velasco, Christopher Power, Yehya Mohamad and Jaroslav Pullmann at the 9th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility, W4A 2012, “The Web of Data and Web Accessibility” co-located with the 21st International World Wide Web Conference, WWW2012 in Lyon, France, 16-17 April 2012.
SEQUOIA Project: I2Web is one of the 5 projects that scored highest
I2Web, is one of the 5 projects that scored highest in terms of potential socio-economic impacts, and we will make a presentation at the SEQUOIA Final Conference and Workshop on Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of ICT R&D projects, Brussels, 13 March 2012.
Creating an inclusive Future Internet: Web 2.0 applications for all
A consortium of researchers and user organizations from across Europe is investigating the accessibility of Web 2.0 applications for disabled and older people. The group will then create new tools to help developers produce applications that are more accessible to these groups.