Achieving accessibility through personalisation

Lynne Coventry, Graham Johnson, Antonella De Angeli

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Abstract

Accessibility is a goal towards which all public technology should aim. That is, to create technology which is usable by all people, regardless of their abilities. Achievement of this goal is limited by what is possible with current technology, what is commercially viable, and what is understood about matching technology to individuals, particularly of people with disabilities which can create barriers to Automated Teller Machine (ATM) access. This paper presents findings of our initial studies on the accessibility of ATMs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference
EditorsH. Sharp, J. LePeuple, P. Chalk, J. Rosbottom
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherSpringer
Pages66-69
Number of pages4
Volume2
ISBN (Print)1902505484
Publication statusPublished - 2002
Externally publishedYes
Event16th British HCI Group Annual Conference: Memorable yet Invisible - South Bank University, Elephant and Castle, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Sep 20026 Sep 2002
Conference number: 16th

Conference

Conference16th British HCI Group Annual Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period2/09/026/09/02

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Coventry, L., Johnson, G., & De Angeli, A. (2002). Achieving accessibility through personalisation. In H. Sharp, J. LePeuple, P. Chalk, & J. Rosbottom (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference (Vol. 2, pp. 66-69). London: Springer.
Coventry, Lynne ; Johnson, Graham ; De Angeli, Antonella. / Achieving accessibility through personalisation. Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference. editor / H. Sharp ; J. LePeuple ; P. Chalk ; J. Rosbottom. Vol. 2 London : Springer, 2002. pp. 66-69
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Coventry, L, Johnson, G & De Angeli, A 2002, Achieving accessibility through personalisation. in H Sharp, J LePeuple, P Chalk & J Rosbottom (eds), Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference. vol. 2, Springer, London, pp. 66-69, 16th British HCI Group Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom, 2/09/02.

Achieving accessibility through personalisation. / Coventry, Lynne; Johnson, Graham; De Angeli, Antonella.

Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference. ed. / H. Sharp; J. LePeuple; P. Chalk; J. Rosbottom. Vol. 2 London : Springer, 2002. p. 66-69.

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Coventry L, Johnson G, De Angeli A. Achieving accessibility through personalisation. In Sharp H, LePeuple J, Chalk P, Rosbottom J, editors, Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Conference. Vol. 2. London: Springer. 2002. p. 66-69