Using context to modify, adjust, tune any and all of the above
This feature will use context information to adapt interfaces or tailor contents in conjunction with any or all of the features from the Masterlist.
Discussion by Disabilities
All user groups will benefit from context-aware user interface adaptation to better meet their needs and preferences. The related context can be information on the user, the user’s environment, or the user’s tasks. Context information will be used to modify, adjust, and tune other features.
Related Research and Papers
- User needs for location-aware mobile services- Eija Kaasinen
- Adaptive tools for the elderly: new devices to cope with age-induced cognitive disabilities- Joaquim A Jorge
- An overview of the Internet of Things for people with disabilities- Mari Carmen Domingo
- A modular approach to user interface adaptation for people with disabilities in ubiquitous environmentsJulio Abascal, Amaia Aizpurua, Idoia Cearreta, Borja Gamecho, Néstor Garay, Raúl Minón
- Context-aware brain–computer interfaces: exploring the information space of user, technical system and environment- T O Zander, S Jatzev
- Context-aware assistive devices for older adults with dementia- Alex Mihailidis, Geoffrey R. Fernie
- A Design Space For Context-Sensitive User Interfaces- Jean Vanderdonckt, Donatien Grolaux, Peter Van Roy, Quentin Limbourg, Benoît Macq, Benoît Michel