Paper presentations should not take more than 8 min, and should function as teasers for the group and plenary discussion sessions.
09:10-10:40 Presentations I
Target acquisition and text entry
- Philippe Roussille, Mathieu Raynal, Slim Kammoun, Emmanuel Dubois and Christophe Jouffrais. DUCK: a deDUCtive Keyboard
- Shiri Azenkot, Kyle Rector, Richard E. Ladner and Jacob O. Wobbrock. The need for research on mobile technologies for people with low-vision.
- Barbara Leporini and Sarah Chiti. Investigating the Use of Vibro-tactile Feedback for Mobile Interaction by Blind Users: the Numeric KeyPad case.
- Hugo Nicolau, João Guerreiro and Tiago Guerreiro. Stressing the boundaries of Mobile Accessibility.
- António Teixeira, Flávio Ferreira, Nuno Almeida, Ana Filipa Rosa, José Casimiro, Samuel Silva, Alexandra Queirós and André Oliveira. Multimodality and Adaptation for an Enhanced Mobile Medication Assistant for the Elderly
- Kyle Rector and Julie Kientz. Accessible mHealth: Opportunities and Challenges for Mobile Devices to Support the Health of People who are Blind or Low Vision
- Walter Lasecki and Jeffrey Bigham. Spoken Control of Existing Mobile Interfaces With the Crowd
- João Guerreiro and Daniel Gonçalves. Blind People Interacting with Mobile Social Applications: Open Challenges
- Gonçalo Graças, Eduardo Matos, José Coelho and Carlos Duarte. Family Tree: Motivator for Elderly Adoption of Social Networks.
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 Parallel Group Discussions I
Three to four interest groups brainstorming about topics emerging from the presentations.
A group addressing "text entry" will join participants from the "Workshop on Grand Challenges in Text Entry" for an extended discussion.
11:45-12:30 Plenary Discussion IPresentation by the group spokespersons and open discussions.
13:30-15:00 Presentations II
- Jessica J. Tran, Eve A. Riskin, Richard E. Ladner and Jacob O. Wobbrock. Increasing Mobile Sign Language Video Accessibility by Relaxing Video Transmission Standards
- Benjamim Fonseca and Hugo Paredes. MyCarMobile: an application for calling travel assistance.
Multimodalities and frameworks
- Nikolaos Kaklanis, Konstantinos Votis and Dimitrios Tzovaras. Touching OpenStreetMap Data in Mobile Context for the Visually Impaired
- Borja Gamecho, Luis Gardeazabal and Julio Abascal. Augmented Interaction with Mobile Devices to Enhance the Accessibility of Ubiquitous Services
- Marco Manco, Fabio Paternò and Carmen Santoro. Adaptive Mobile Multimodal User Interfaces for Dynamic Accessibility.
- Roxanne Leitão and Paula Alexandra Silva. A Study of Novice Older Adults and Gestural Interaction on Smartphones
- Chat Wacharamanotham, Dennis Kehrig, Alexander Mertens, Christopher Schlick and Jan Borchers. Designing a Touchscreen Web Browser for People with Tremor
- Quincy Brown, Lisa Anthony, Jaye Nias, Berthel Tate, Robin Brewer and Germaine Irwin. Towards Designing Adaptive Touch-Based Interfaces.
- Susumu Harada, Daisuke Sato, Hironobu Takagi and Chieko Asakawa. Visualizing User Interactions on Mobile Multi-Touch Devices to Identify Accessibility Issues.