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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
User interface designers and engineers are faced today with unprecedented challenges. Applications are progressively required to run on multiple computing platforms and accommodate the capabilities of different devices. Users and context are significantly characterized by diversity, leading to a very broad range of accessibility and interaction requirements and preferences that need to be adequately addressed. The current approach of designing separate user interfaces, one for each target use,doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21672-5_44 fatcat:jqpr7tudxrc4vixi25zfxpqysi