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- Project Factsheet (October 2012).
- Deliverable 3.1: User requirements analysis in ubiquitous Web 2.0 applications (December 2011)
This deliverable presents two key contributions to the i2web project work. First, a comprehensive survey of standards, guidelines and research literature relating to Web 2.0 applications and devices. The second contribution is the methodology and results of a large investigation of how users interact with Web 2.0 applications on the desktop, smart phone and interactive television platforms. This investigation involved users from all of the key i2web user groups: blind users, partially sighted users, dyslexic users, hearing disabled users, physically disabled users and older adults. The literature review is comprised of 80 sources that have been analysed for guidelines or recommendations about accessibility of Web 2.0 applications or devices as well as the research and evidence for the guidelines. The full collection of analysed resources and summaries of their contents is available in Appendix 3.
- Deliverable 3.2: Requirements for web developers and web commissioners in ubiquitous Web 2.0 design and development (January 2012)
At the moment it is clear that much Web content and many Web 2.0 applications are not accessible to disabled and older users. If this situation is to change, there is a chain of stakeholders who need to be both aware of accessibility issues and able to play their appropriate role in creating accessible Web content and Web 2.0 applications. This chain consists of: individuals who commission, own or manage websites (for simplicity called “website commissioners” in this deliverable); individuals who design and develop websites and applications, usually commissioned by individuals in the first group; individuals who assess the accessibility of websites and applications, either commissioned by either of the previous two groups, or by an external organization, such as a government or independent organisation that is benchmarking the accessibility of websites. This deliverable presents three studies which conducted in-depth interviews with members of each of these stakeholder groups, in order to investigate their understanding of web accessibility in the Web 2.0 context and their requirements for support in playing their appropriate roles in creating accessible Web 2.0 content and applications.
- Deliverable 3.3: Data for user modelling (September 2011)
This deliverable presents the current requirements analysis work for the i2web project. The material in this deliverable falls into two categories: user requirements and designs for i2web prototype tools and data for user modelling, specifically the models for simulating the behaviour of users with different UA/AT preferences on a web application.
- Deliverable 4.2: i2web Ethics Handbook (September 2011)
This deliverable presents the i2web Ethics Handbook, which guides the ethics of all the work within the i2web Project. The area of ethical concern which has so far been identified is the work with a range of human participants: disabled and older web users, web commissioners and developers and web accessibility experts. Information will be gathered from people from these groups via surveys, interviews and observation of individuals undertaking tasks on the web with a variety of devices.
- Deliverable 5.1: State-of-the-art of the User, Device and Application Models (May 2011)
One of the key components of the i2web architecture is the modelling of the user, device and application interaction. In this document we review their state-of-the-art and evaluate possible approaches and developments for the project.
- Deliverable D5.2: First prototypes of the User, Device and Application Models (May 2012)
This document is an addendum to the first prototypes of the User, Device and Application Models delivered in M12 and provides a short summary of their respective key aspects. The deliverables per-se are the semantic descriptions in RDF and their corresponding instances. All the models are released under the i2web Public License, Version 1.0. Modelling of the User, Device and Application is a major feature of i2web architectural design and implementation, as it provides the basis for the adaptation process.
- Deliverable D5.3: Final prototypes of the User, Device and Application Models (December 2012)
This document is an addendum to the final prototypes of the User, Device and Application Models delivered in M24 and provides an overview of their key aspects. All the models are released under the i2web Public License, Version 1.0. Modelling of the User, Device and Application is a major feature of i2web architectural design and implementation, as it provides the basis for the adaptation process.
- Deliverable D7.1: SOA interfaces for the integrated prototypes (April 2012)
This document is intended to be an accompanying document to the common SOA interfaces. The main issue for these prototypes is to enable the communication with the evaluation tool imergo® and the accessibility expert viewer component to be developed in WP6. To better understand the meaning of these interfaces, Section 2 presents an overview of the i2web architecture. These interfaces have reached at this stage a high degree of stability.