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Proceedings of the 8th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - Assets '06
As computers become ubiquitous, the task of making them usable becomes increasingly important. Repeated failures by implementation experts to build usable systems have motivated the creation of successful design approaches by interaction designers. However, there are still many end user groups that have not successfully overcome the difficulties they perceive in computer use. Such groups include individuals with unique needs, such as physical or mental disabilities, and those with agerelateddoi:10.1145/1168987.1169061 dblp:conf/assets/Hailpern06 fatcat:2wyuoyevrvfanhgoznjouebqcu