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From: Constantine Stephanidis <cs@ics.forth.gr>
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 17:34:30 +0300
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                                             Forthcoming...
                        LEA Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
                                 
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                               USER INTERFACES FOR ALL
                                 Concepts, Methods, and Tools
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                                               Edited by
                                    Constantine Stephanidis
                        Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas
                                 
      A VOLUME IN THE HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMICS SERIES
                                 Gavriel Salvendy, Series Editor

                    http://www.ics.forth.gr/proj/at-hci/files/LEA_Book.pdf


"User  Interfaces for All" is the first book dedicated to the issues
of  Universal Design and Universal Access in the field  of  Human-
Computer  Interaction (HCI). Universal Design (or Design for  All)
is  an  inclusive  and proactive approach seeking  to  accommodate
diversity in the users and usage contexts of interactive products,
applications and services, starting from the design phase  of  the
development  life  cycle. The on-going paradigm  shift  toward  a
knowledge-intensive information society is already bringing  about
radical  changes  in  the way people work and interact  with  each
other  and with information. The requirement for Universal  Design
stems  from  the  growing  impact of the fusion  of  the  emerging
technologies, and from the different dimensions of diversity which
are intrinsic to the information society.

"User  Interfaces  for All" unfolds the various  aspects  of  this
ongoing evolution from a variety of viewpoints. It is a collection
of  30  chapters  written  by  leading international  authorities,
affiliated with academic, research and industrial organizations  and
non-market   institutions.  The  book  provides  a   comprehensive
overview  of  the  state  of the art in the  field,  and  includes
contributions   from   a  variety  of  theoretical   and   applied
disciplines and research themes.

This book can also be used for teaching purposes in HCI courses at
undergraduate  as  well  as  graduate  level.  Students  will   be
introduced to the human-, organizational-, and technology-oriented
dimensions  that call for a departure from traditional  approaches
to  user interface development. Students will also get an overview
of novel methods, techniques, tools and frameworks for the design,
implementation,  and  evaluation  of  user  interfaces  that   are
universally  accessible and usable by the broadest  possible  end-
user population.

This   comprehensive  book  is  targeted  to  a  broad  readership
including  HCI  researchers,  user interface  designers,  computer
scientists,   software   engineers,  ergonomists   and   usability
engineers,    Human   Factors   researchers   and   practitioners,
organizational     psychologists,    system/product     designers,
sociologists,   policy   and  decision   makers,   scientists   in
government,   industry  and  education,  as  well   as   assistive
technology and rehabilitation experts.

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ISBN: 0-8058-2967-9 [cloth] / August 2000 / approx. 728pp. / $150.00
Special Prepaid Offer! $75.00
No further discounts apply.

To order please use the PDF form available at:
http://www.ics.forth.gr/proj/at-hci/files/LEA_Book.pdf
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Contents:
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C. Stephanidis "Preface"

Part I: Introduction
- C. Stephanidis
  "User Interfaces For All: New Perspectives Into HCI"

Part II: Dimensions
- D. Benyon, A. Crerar, S. Wilkinson
  "Individual Differences and Inclusive Design"
- A. Marcus
  "International and Intercultural User Interfaces"
- M. Maybury
  "Intelligent User Interfaces for All"
- L. Bass
  "Interaction Technologies Beyond the Desktop"
- P.L. Emiliani
  "Special Needs and Enabling Technologies:
   An Evolving Approach to Accessibility"
- G. Vanderheiden, S.L. Henry
  "Everyone Interfaces"

Part III: Design
- M. Wilson
  "Theory and Practice from Cognitive Science"
- T. Winograd
  "From Programming Environments to Environments
   for Designing"
- L. Bannon, V. Kaptelinin
  "From Human-Computer Interaction to
   Computer-Mediated Activity"
- M. Pieper
  "Sociological Issues in HCI Design"
- M. Antona, D. Akoumianakis, C. Stephanidis
  "Generating Design Spaces: An NLP Approach to
   HCI Design"

Part IV: Software Technologies and Architectural Models
- H. Ueda
  "The FRIEND21 Framework for Human Interface Architectures"
- J. Kay
  "User Modeling for Adaptation"
- A. Waern, C. Hook
  "Interface Agents: a New Interaction Metaphor and its
   Application to Universal Accessibility"
- P. Korn, W. Walker
  "Accessibility in the Java(TM) Platform"

Part V: Evaluation
- D. Akoumianakis, D. Grammenos, C. Stephanidis
  "User Interface Adaptation: Evaluation Perspectives"
- N. Bevan
  "Quality in Use for All"

Part VI: Unified User Interfaces
- C. Stephanidis
  "The Concept of Unified User Interfaces"
- A. Savidis, C. Stephanidis
  "The Unified User Interface Software Architecture"
- A. Savidis, D. Akoumianakis, C. Stephanidis
  "The Unified User Interface Design Method"
- A. Savidis, C. Stephanidis
  "Development Requirements for Implementing Unified
   User Interfaces"
- D. Akoumianakis, C. Stephanidis
  "USE-IT: A Tool for Lexical Design Assistance"
- A. Savidis, C. Stephanidis
  "The I-GET UIMS for Unified User Interface Implementation"
- C. Stephanidis, A. Paramythis, M. Sfyrakis, A. Savidis
  "A Case Study in Unified User Interface Development:
   The AVANTI Web Browser"

Part VII: Support Measures
- D. Dardailler, J. Brewer, I. Jacobs
  "Making the Web Accessible"
- C. Stephanidis, D. Akoumianakis, N. Vernardakis, 
  P.L. Emiliani, G. Vanderheiden, J. Ekberg, J. Ziegler, 
  K.P. Faehnrich, A. Galetsas, S. Haataja, I. Iakovidis, 
  E. Kemppainen, P. Jenkins, P. Korn, M. Maybury, 
  H.J. Murphy, H. Ueda
  "Industrial Policy Issues"
- N. Vernardakis, D. Akoumianakis, C. Stephanidis
  "Economics and Management of Innovation"

Part VIII: Looking to the Future
- C. Stephanidis, G. Salvendy, D. Akoumianakis, N. Bevan, 
  J. Brewer, P.L. Emiliani, A. Galetsas, S. Haataja, 
   I. Iakovidis, J.A. Jacko, P. Jenkins, A.I. Karshmer, 
   P. Korn, A. Marcus, H.J. Murphy, C. Stary, G. Vanderheiden, 
   G. Weber, J. Ziegler 
  "Toward an Information Society for All:
   An International R&D Agenda"
- C. Stephanidis, G. Salvendy, D. Akoumianakis, A. Arnold, 
   N. Bevan, D. Dardailler, P.L. Emiliani, I. Iakovidis, 
   P. Jenkins, A.I. Karshmer, P. Korn, A. Marcus, H.J. Murphy,
   C. Oppermann, C. Stary, H. Tamura, M. Tscheligi, 
   H. Ueda, G. Weber, J. Ziegler
   "Toward an Information Society for All: HCI Challenges
   and R&D Recommendations"
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