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Inclusive Web Empirical Studies in Remote and In-Situ Settings: A User Evaluation of the RemoTest Platform
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-04-21)
Web accessibility evaluation requires tests to be carried out with real users with disabilities performing real tasks or activities. To recruit an appropriate group of users and to observe their performance in the real ...
Evaluation of two virtual cursors for assisting web access to people with motor impairments
People with motor impairments (MI) may face accessibility barriers when using computers due to their health conditions and therefore need to use alternative devices to a standard mouse for pointing and clicking in graphical ...
Longitudinal Study of Two Virtual Cursors for People With Motor Impairments: A Performance and Satisfaction Analysis on Web Navigation
The lack of dexterity in the upper limbs of people with motor impairments may prevent the use of standard pointing devices, such as mice, to access graphical user interfaces. In these cases, pointing and clicking are usually ...