Usability and Internationalization. Global and Local User Interfaces : Second International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, UI-HCII 2007, Held as Part of HCI International 2007, Beijing, China, July 22-27, 2007, Proceedings, Part II / edited by Nuray Aykin.

Contributor(s): Aykin, Nuray
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 4560,Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2007Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540732891; 3540732896; 1281043184; 9781281043184Subject(s): Computer science | Information storage and retrieval systems | Multimedia systems | Translators (Computer programs) | User interfaces (Computer systems) -- Congresses | Human-computer interaction -- Congresses | Computer science | Human-computer interaction | Information storage and retrieval systems | Multimedia systems | Translators (Computer programs) | User interfaces (Computer systems) | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | man-machine interaction | computers | gebruikersinterfaces | user interfaces | informatiesystemen | information systems | internet | informatieontsluiting | information retrieval | informatieopslag | information storage | taal | language | taalwetenschappen | linguistics | massamedia | mass media | computernetwerken | computer networks | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Usability and internationalization.DDC classification: 005.437 LOC classification: QA76.9.H85 | I58435 2007ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover -- TOC36;Table of Contents -- Part I58; Designing Global and Local Products and Services -- CH36;Localization Issues58; A Glimpse at the Korean User 40;From the Western Perspective41; -- CH36;Increasing the Usability of Text Entry in Mobile Devices for European Languages and Languages Used in Europe -- CH36;User Centered Design Approach Applying CPV in Mobile Service Design -- CH36;Design Guidelines to the Application of Extreme Design with Korean Anthropometry -- CH36;Developing Character Input Methods for Driver Information Systems -- CH36;Linguistic Analysis of Websites58; A New Method of Analysing Language44; the Poor Cousin of Usability -- CH36;Human Communication Based on Icons in Crisis Environments -- CH36;ICT for Low45;Literate Youth in Ethiopia58; The Usability Challenge -- CH36;Design for Facilitating eBay Transactions Using Skype -- CH36;Localization in Korea of User Interface of the 3G Mobile Handset Built on Open OS -- CH36;Usability of Multilingual Communication Tools -- CH36;The Universal Design Model of Set Top Box -- CH36;8220;A Quick Dip at the Icebergs Tip8221; 45; Rapid Immersion Approaches to Understanding Emerging Markets -- CH36;Adobe Approaches to Culturalization58; Two Case Studies -- CH36;User45;Centered Design58; Component45;Based Web Technology -- CH36;Color Your Website58; Use of Colors on the Web -- CH36;Cultural Environment for Social Learning and Adaptation in Different Countries 45; A Comparison of Minority Foreigners and Majority Foreigners -- CH36;Transborder Data Protection and the Effects on Business and Government -- CH36;Designing Globally Accepted Human Interfaces for Instant Messaging -- CH36;User Validation of Cultural Dimensions of a Website Design -- CH36;Usability Challenges in Designing Foreign Language Keypads for Handheld Devices -- CH36;Comparing User and Software Information Structures for Compatibility -- CH36;Regulating Indias Digital Public Cultures58; A Grey or Differently Regulated Area -- CH36;Entrepreneurial Digital Photography 45; A Case Study for Design Research Method in the Emerging Indian Market -- CH36;Culturally Adaptive Software58; Moving Beyond Internationalization -- CH36;Local Websites as the New Existence of Traditional Local Cultures in the Virtual Space58; An Overview on the Local Websites of Turkey -- CH36;Word Processing in Spanish Using an English Keyboard58; A Study of Spelling Errors -- CH36;Introducing New Methodologies for Identifying Design Patterns for Internationalization and Localization -- CH36;The Globalization of User Research58; Emerging Trends and Complexities -- CH36;Chinese Web Browser Design Utilising Cultural Icons -- CH36;Evaluation and Usability of Back Translation for Intercultural Communication -- CH36;Contextual User Research for International Software Design -- CH36;Language Issues in Cross Cultural Usability Testing58; A Pilot Study in China -- CH36;Extending the User Experience to Localized Products -- Part II58; Enhancing and Personalizing the User Experience -- CH36;The Technologist and Internet Security and Privacy Practices -- CH36;A Statistical Model of Relationship Between Affective Responses and Product Design Attributes for Capturing User Needs -- CH36;Guidelines to Develop Emotional Awareness Devices from a Cultural45;Perspective58; A Latin American Example -- CH36;User Interaction with User45;Adaptive Information Filters -- CH36;A System for Adaptive Multimodal Interaction in Crisis Environments -- CH36;Integrating.
Summary: Annotation This is the second of a two-volume set that constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, UIHCII 2007, held in Beijing, China in July 2007. The papers of this second volume cover global and local user interfaces and are organized in topical sections on designing global and local products and services, as well as enhancing and personalizing the user experience.
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Cover -- TOC36;Table of Contents -- Part I58; Designing Global and Local Products and Services -- CH36;Localization Issues58; A Glimpse at the Korean User 40;From the Western Perspective41; -- CH36;Increasing the Usability of Text Entry in Mobile Devices for European Languages and Languages Used in Europe -- CH36;User Centered Design Approach Applying CPV in Mobile Service Design -- CH36;Design Guidelines to the Application of Extreme Design with Korean Anthropometry -- CH36;Developing Character Input Methods for Driver Information Systems -- CH36;Linguistic Analysis of Websites58; A New Method of Analysing Language44; the Poor Cousin of Usability -- CH36;Human Communication Based on Icons in Crisis Environments -- CH36;ICT for Low45;Literate Youth in Ethiopia58; The Usability Challenge -- CH36;Design for Facilitating eBay Transactions Using Skype -- CH36;Localization in Korea of User Interface of the 3G Mobile Handset Built on Open OS -- CH36;Usability of Multilingual Communication Tools -- CH36;The Universal Design Model of Set Top Box -- CH36;8220;A Quick Dip at the Icebergs Tip8221; 45; Rapid Immersion Approaches to Understanding Emerging Markets -- CH36;Adobe Approaches to Culturalization58; Two Case Studies -- CH36;User45;Centered Design58; Component45;Based Web Technology -- CH36;Color Your Website58; Use of Colors on the Web -- CH36;Cultural Environment for Social Learning and Adaptation in Different Countries 45; A Comparison of Minority Foreigners and Majority Foreigners -- CH36;Transborder Data Protection and the Effects on Business and Government -- CH36;Designing Globally Accepted Human Interfaces for Instant Messaging -- CH36;User Validation of Cultural Dimensions of a Website Design -- CH36;Usability Challenges in Designing Foreign Language Keypads for Handheld Devices -- CH36;Comparing User and Software Information Structures for Compatibility -- CH36;Regulating Indias Digital Public Cultures58; A Grey or Differently Regulated Area -- CH36;Entrepreneurial Digital Photography 45; A Case Study for Design Research Method in the Emerging Indian Market -- CH36;Culturally Adaptive Software58; Moving Beyond Internationalization -- CH36;Local Websites as the New Existence of Traditional Local Cultures in the Virtual Space58; An Overview on the Local Websites of Turkey -- CH36;Word Processing in Spanish Using an English Keyboard58; A Study of Spelling Errors -- CH36;Introducing New Methodologies for Identifying Design Patterns for Internationalization and Localization -- CH36;The Globalization of User Research58; Emerging Trends and Complexities -- CH36;Chinese Web Browser Design Utilising Cultural Icons -- CH36;Evaluation and Usability of Back Translation for Intercultural Communication -- CH36;Contextual User Research for International Software Design -- CH36;Language Issues in Cross Cultural Usability Testing58; A Pilot Study in China -- CH36;Extending the User Experience to Localized Products -- Part II58; Enhancing and Personalizing the User Experience -- CH36;The Technologist and Internet Security and Privacy Practices -- CH36;A Statistical Model of Relationship Between Affective Responses and Product Design Attributes for Capturing User Needs -- CH36;Guidelines to Develop Emotional Awareness Devices from a Cultural45;Perspective58; A Latin American Example -- CH36;User Interaction with User45;Adaptive Information Filters -- CH36;A System for Adaptive Multimodal Interaction in Crisis Environments -- CH36;Integrating.

Annotation This is the second of a two-volume set that constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, UIHCII 2007, held in Beijing, China in July 2007. The papers of this second volume cover global and local user interfaces and are organized in topical sections on designing global and local products and services, as well as enhancing and personalizing the user experience.

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