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Task-Driven Plasticity: One Step Forward with UbiDraw [chapter]

Jean Vanderdonckt, Juan Manuel Gonzalez Calleros
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Task-driven plasticity refers to as the capability of a user interface to exhibit plasticity driven by the user's task, i.e. the capability of a user interface to adapt itself to various contexts of use  ...  Keywords: adaptation of user interface, context-aware adaptation, plasticity of user interface, task-based design, task-driven plasticity, user interface description language.  ...  Section 3 describes UbiDraw, a vectorial drawing system whose UI supports task-driven plasticity based on a small toolkit of task-driven plastic widgets, called UbiWidgets.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-85992-5_16 fatcat:e6clo5wewnexbbhzc2jo326x4i

Model-based intelligent user interface adaptation: challenges and future directions

Silvia Abrahão, Emilio Insfran, Arthur Sluÿters, Jean Vanderdonckt
2021 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
A considerable number of methods have, over the past three decades, provided some form of modelling with which to support user interface adaptation.  ...  The relevant literature and our experience in research and industrial collaboration have been used as the basis on which to propose future directions in which these challenges can be addressed.  ...  UbiDraw [39] consists of a vectorial drawing application that adapts its UI by displaying, undisplaying, resizing, and relocating tool bars and icons according to the current user's task, task frequency  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-021-00909-7 fatcat:qp3ilz7qsrbtpl2fzgutauvfia