Design and Adaptation for Cross-Device, Context-dependent User Interfaces

Speaker:  Fabio Paterno – Pisa, Italy
Topic(s):  Human Computer Interaction

Abstract

This course  aims to help user interface designers and developers to understand the issues involved in multi-device, context-dependent interactive applications, which can be accessed through wearable, mobile and stationary devices even exploiting different interaction modalities. It will provide a discussion of the possible solutions in terms of concepts, techniques, languages, and tools, with particular attention to Web environments. The course  will deal with the various strategies in order to adapt, distribute, and migrate the user interface according to the context of use. It will consider how to address such issues both when authoring cross-device interfaces and when user interfaces for different devices are dynamically adapted, distributed, or even migrated seamlessly across them.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  80
Duration:  80 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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