List of Accepted Papers

This year, we a had a record of submissions, 7 technical papers and 14 communication papers were selected from 39 submissions through peer review process. Acceptance rate of technical papers was 30%.

Technical papers

  • Using Acceptance Tests to Validate Accessibility Requirements in RIA. Willian Massami Watanabe, Renata Pontin de Mattos Fortes, Ana Luiza Dias.
  • Methodology for identifying and solving accessibility related issues in Web Content Management System environments. Juan Miguel López, Afra Pascual, Cristina Menduiña, Toni Granollers.
  • Web Accessibility and People with Dyslexia: A Survey on Techniques and Guidelines. Vagner Figueredo de Santana, Rosimeire de Oliveira, Leonelo Dell Anhol Almeida, Maria Cecília Calani Baranauskas.
  • Understanding Web Accessibility and Its Drivers. Yeliz Yesilada, Giorgio Brajnik, Markel Vigo, Simon Harper.
  • Why Read if You Can Skim: Towards Enabling Faster Screen Reading. Faisal Ahmed, Yevgen Borodin, Yury Puzis, I.V. Ramakrishnan.
  • Layout Guidelines for Web Text and a Web Service to Improve Accessibility for Dyslexics. Luz Rello, Gaurang Kanvinde, Ricardo Baeza-Yates.
  • Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tool to Support Novice Auditors. Christopher Bailey, Elaine Pearson.

Communication papers

  • Mobile Sign Language Translation System for Deaf Community. Mehrez Boulares, Mohamed Jemni.
  • Enhancing Learning Accessibility through Fully Automatic Captioning. Maria Federico, Marco Furin.
  • Alipi: A framework for re-narrating web pages. T B Dinesh, S Uskudarli, Subramanya Sastry, Deepti Aggarwal, Venkatesh Choppella.
  • Guidelines, Icons and Marketable Skills: An Accessibility Evaluation of 100 Web Development Company Homepages. Teresa Gilbertson, Colin H.C. Machin.
  • Towards Ubiquitous Accessibility: Capability-based Profiles and Adaptations, Delivered via the Semantic Web. Matthew Atkinson, Matthew Bell, Colin Machin.
  • A macroscopic Web accessibility evaluation at different processing phases. Nádia Fernandes, Luís Carriço.
  • Web-content’s syndication in sign language. Oussama El Ghoul, Nour Ben Yahia, Mohamed Jemni.
  • MIPAW – Modele of a Progressive Implementation of Web Accessibility. Jean-Pierre Villain, Olivier Nourry.
  • A Challenge to Web Accessibility Metrics and Guidelines: Putting People and Processes First. Martyn Cooper, David Sloan, Brian Kelly, Sarah Lewthwaite.
  • An Intuitive Accessible Web Automation User Interface. Yury Puzis, Yevgen Borodin, Faisal Ahmed, I.V. Ramakrishnan.
  • Evaluating the accessibility of Rich Internet Applications. Nádia Fernandes, Daniel Costa, Sergio Neves, Carlos Duarte, Luís Carriço.
  • Certification or conformance: making a successful commitment to WCAG 2.0. Suzette Keith, Nikolaos Floratos, Gill Whitney.
  • Getting one voice: tuning up experts’ assessment in measuring accessibility. Silvia Mirri, Ludovico Antonio Muratori, Paola Salomoni, Matteo Battistelli.
  • Developing a Semantic User and Device Modeling Framework that supports UI Adaptability of Web 2.0 Applications for People with Special Needs. Philip Ackermann, Carlos A. Velasco, Christopher Power, Yehya Mohamad, Jaroslav Pullmann.

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