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Proceedings of the 2006 International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility (W4A)

Fullname:Proceedings of the 2006 international cross-disciplinary workshop on Web accessibility (W4A)
Note:Building the Mobile Web: Rediscovering Accessibiity?
Editors:Simon Harper; Yeliz Yesilada; Carole Goble
Location:Edinburgh, U.K.
Standard No:ISBN 1-59593-281-X; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: W4A06
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Designing for accessibility
  2. Keynote
  3. Client-side accessibility
  4. Keynote
  5. Mobile web/accessibility overlaps
  6. Keynote
  7. Understanding accessibility
  8. Practice related

Designing for accessibility

Designing beneath the surface of the web BIBAFull-TextPDF 1-5
  Sarah Horton
Opening up access to online documents using essentiality tracks BIBAFull-TextPDF 6-13
  Matthew T. Atkinson; Jatinder Dhiensa; Colin H. C. Machin
Transforming web pages to become standard-compliant through reverse engineering BIBAFull-TextPDF 14-22
  Benfeng Chen; Vincent Y. Shen
Personalizable edge services for web accessibility BIBAFull-TextPDF 23-32
  Gennaro Iaccarino; Delfina Malandrino; Vittorio Scarano


Structure benefits all BIBAFull-TextPDF 33-37
  Aaron Leventhal

Client-side accessibility

Capability survey of Japanese user agents and its impact on web accessibility BIBAFull-TextPDF 38-48
  Takayuki Watanabe; Masahiro Umegaki
Dialog generation for voice browsing BIBAFull-TextPDF 49-56
  Zan Sun; Amanda Stent; I. V. Ramakrishnan
GraSSML: accessible smart schematic diagrams for all BIBAFull-TextPDF 57-60
  Z. Ben Fredj; D. A. Duce


The meaning of 'life': capturing intent from web authors BIBAFull-TextPDF 61-68
  Rhys Lewis

Mobile web/accessibility overlaps

Evaluating interfaces for intelligent mobile search BIBAFull-TextPDF 69-78
  Karen Church; Barry Smyth; Mark T. Keane
Use of RSS feeds for content adaptation in mobile web browsing BIBAFull-TextPDF 79-85
  Alexander Blekas; John Garofalakis; Vasilios Stefanis
A web browsing system based on adaptive presentation of web contents for cellular phones BIBAFull-TextPDF 86-89
  Yuki Arase; Takuya Maekawa; Takahiro Hara; Toshiaki Uemukai; Shojiro Nishio


Web accessibility: is it just a "merry-go-round"? BIBAFull-TextPDF 90-91
  Donna Smillie

Understanding accessibility

Automatically producing IMS AccessForAll Metadata BIBAFull-TextPDF 92-97
  Matteo Boni; Sara Cenni; Silvia Mirri; Ludovico Antonio Muratori; Paola Salomoni
A Semantic-web based framework for developing applications to improve accessibility in the WWW BIBAFull-TextPDF 98-108
  Christos Kouroupetroglou; Michail Salampasis; Athanasios Manitsaris
Physical usability and the mobile web BIBAFull-TextPDF 109-112
  Shari Trewin

Practice related

How people use presentation to search for a link: expanding the understanding of accessibility on the web BIBAFull-TextPDF 113-120
  Caroline Jay; Robert Stevens; Mashhuda Glencross; Alan Chalmers
Contextual web accessibility -- maximizing the benefit of accessibility guidelines BIBAFull-TextPDF 121-131
  David Sloan; Andy Heath; Fraser Hamilton; Brian Kelly; Helen Petrie; Lawrie Phipps
2005 accessibility diagnosis on the government web sites in Taiwan, R.O.C. BIBAFull-TextPDF 132-142
  Yui-Liang Chen; Yen-Yu Chen; Monica Shao
Mobile phones may be the right devices for supporting developing world accessibility, but is the WWW the right service delivery model? BIBAFull-TextPDF 143-146
  Tapan S. Parikh