The New Accessibility

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Accessibility was once viewed as benefiting people with disabilities only — not anymore! Accessibility now exists on a continuum and covers a wide spectrum of needs, thus benefiting everyone in different situations to different degrees. This is especially true for the Web and Mobile technologies, where devices are diverse and their use varies across every conceivable context.

We invite your best work on improving and understanding access for people across the accessibility continuum. 10-page technical and 4-page communication papers are expected to detail technical solutions and scientific insights into Web and Mobile technologies addressing diverse user needs. Areas of interest include but are not limited to the following: age, cognition, culture, education, emotions, dexterity, disability, diversity, health, hearing, income, infrastructure, language, learning, literacy, mobility, situation, society, and vision.

A traditional Korean building is the logo for WWW 2014

A traditional Korean building is the logo for WWW 2014

Important dates (Midnight Hawaii Standard Time):
All Submissions: January 18, 2014
Author Rebuttals: February 5-10, 2014
All Decisions: February 14, 2014
Camera ready: March 3, 2014
Regular registration: March 24, 2014

Find information about fees, registration and visas.

Co-Located with the 23rd International World Wide Web Conference, Seoul, Korea