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Proceedings of the 2013 International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility (W4A)

Fullname:Proceedings of the 10th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility
Editors:Giorgio Brajnik; Paola Salomoni
Location:Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Dates:2013-May-13 to 2013-May-15
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-1844-0; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: W4A13
Links:Conference Website
  1. Guidelines and accessibility evaluation
  2. Universal access, multimodal and mobile interaction
  3. W4A Google student awards and W4A camp report
  4. ARIA
  5. Web accessibility and dyslexia
  6. After dinner "William Loughborough" speech
  7. Keynote
  8. The Paciello group challenge
  9. Crowdsourcing for accessibility
  10. Content adaptation

Guidelines and accessibility evaluation

Benchmarking web accessibility evaluation tools: measuring the harm of sole reliance on automated tests BIBAFull-Text 1
  Markel Vigo; Justin Brown; Vivienne Conway
Web accessibility snapshot: an effort to reveal coding guidelines conformance BIBAFull-Text 2
  Vagner Figueredo de Santana; Rogério Abreu de Paula
"Bring your own problems": the path to WCAG 2.0 conformance through industry based training BIBAFull-Text 3
  Denise Wood; Scott Hollier

Universal access, multimodal and mobile interaction

Efficient and effective information finding on small screen devices BIBAFull-Text 4
  Pauli P. Y. Lai
Essential components of mobile web accessibility BIBAFull-Text 5
  Shadi Abou-Zahra; Judy Brewer; Shawn Lawton Henry
GenURC: generation platform for personal and context-driven user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 6
  Gottfried Zimmermann; J. Bern Jordan; Parikshit Thakur; Yuvarajsinh Gohil
Evaluating accessibility-in-use BIBAFull-Text 7
  Markel Vigo; Simon Harper

W4A Google student awards and W4A camp report

Using simultaneous audio sources to speed-up blind people's web scanning BIBAFull-Text 8
  João Guerreiro
Towards web accessibility repair BIBAFull-Text 9
  Nádia Fernandes
W4A camp report: "2012 edition" BIBAFull-Text 10
  Simon Harper; Yeliz Yesilada; Markel Vigo


Providing access to the high-level content of line graphs from online popular media BIBAFull-Text 11
  Priscilla S. Moraes; Sandra Carberry; Kathleen McCoy
Three web accessibility evaluation perspectives for RIA BIBAFull-Text 12
  Nádia Fernandes; Ana Sofia Batista; Daniel Costa; Carlos Duarte; Luís Carriço
Understanding users in the wild BIBAFull-Text 13
  Aitor Apaolaza; Simon Harper; Caroline Jay
Dynamic injection of WAI-ARIA into web content BIBAFull-Text 14
  Andy Brown; Simon Harper

Web accessibility and dyslexia

Simplify or help?: text simplification strategies for people with dyslexia BIBAFull-Text 15
  Luz Rello; Ricardo Baeza-Yates; Stefan Bott; Horacio Saggion
Firefixia: an accessibility web browser customization toolbar for people with dyslexia BIBAFull-Text 16
  Vagner Figueredo de Santana; Rosimeire de Oliveira; Leonelo Dell Anhol Almeida; Marcia Ito
Size matters (spacing not): 18 points for a dyslexic-friendly Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 17
  Luz Rello; Martin Pielot; Mari-Carmen Marcos; Roberto Carlini

After dinner "William Loughborough" speech

Pushing the Raman principle BIBAFull-Text 18
  Clayton Lewis


The false dichotomy between accessibility and usability BIBAFull-Text 19
  Ed H. Chi

The Paciello group challenge

Dyslexia exercises on my tablet are more fun BIBAFull-Text 20
  Luz Rello; Clara Bayarri; Azuki Gòrriz
Smarter board: a community-oriented communication tool BIBAFull-Text 21
  Mateus Molinaro; Sergio Borger; Carlos Cardonha; Diego Gallo; Ricardo Herrmann; Ademir Ferreira; Fernando Koch; Priscilla Avegliano; Kelly Shigeno
Legion scribe: real-time captioning by the non-experts BIBAFull-Text 22
  Walter S. Lasecki; Christopher D. Miller; Raja Kushalnagar; Jeffrey P. Bigham
A mobile interactive maps application for a visually impaired audience BIBAFull-Text 23
  Nikolaos Kaklanis; Konstantinos Votis; Dimitrios Tzovaras
Citizen sensing for collaborative construction of accessibility maps BIBAFull-Text 24
  Kelly Shigeno; Sergio Borger; Diego Gallo; Ricardo Herrmann; Mateus Molinaro; Carlos Cardonha; Fernando Koch; Priscilla Avegliano
DysWebxia 2.0!: more accessible text for people with dyslexia BIBAFull-Text 25
  Luz Rello; Clara Bayarri; Azuki Gòrriz; Ricardo Baeza-Yates; Saurabh Gupta; Gaurang Kanvinde; Horacio Saggion; Stefan Bott; Roberto Carlini; Vasile Topac

Crowdsourcing for accessibility

A crowdsourcing platform for the construction of accessibility maps BIBAFull-Text 26
  Carlos Cardonha; Diego Gallo; Priscilla Avegliano; Ricardo Herrmann; Fernando Koch; Sergio Borger
How cloud computing can support on-demand assistive services BIBAFull-Text 27
  Davide Mulfari; Antonio Celesti; Antonio Puliafito; Massimo Villari
Crowdsourcing platform for workplace accessibility BIBAFull-Text 28
  Hironobu Takagi; Akihiro Kosugi; Shin Saito; Masayoshi Teraguchi

Content adaptation

User individuality management in websites based on WAI-ARIA annotations and ontologies BIBAFull-Text 29
  Xabier Valencia; Myriam Arrue; J. Eduardo Pérez; Julio Abascal
Experiential transcoding: an EyeTracking approach BIBAFull-Text 30
  Yeliz Yesilada; Simon Harper; Sukru Eraslan
Towards the usage of pauses in audio-described videos BIBAFull-Text 31
  Benoît Encelle; Magali Ollagnier Beldame; Yannick Prié
Captions versus transcripts for online video content BIBAFull-Text 32
  Raja S. Kushalnagar; Walter S. Lasecki; Jeffrey P. Bigham
Adapting data table to improve web accessibility BIBAFull-Text 33
  Pauli P. Y. Lai