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June 2020 — Our paper, “Longitudinal Study of Two Virtual Cursors for People with Motor Impairments: A Performance and Satisfaction Analysis on Web Navigation”, has been accepted for publication in IEEE Access .
Logo of the multidisciplinary and open access journal published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Enginee, IEEE Access.

May 2020 — Our paper, “An exploratory study of web adaptation techniques for people with low vision”, has been accepted for publication in the international journal Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS).
Front page of The International Journal Universal Access in the Information Society, and logo of the Springer publishing house.

May 2020 — Following the recent “Best Communication Award” at the 2020 W4A conference, we have been invited to publish our research about how to measure the complexity of e-government services for people with low vision in the June issue of the ACM SIGACCESS Newsletter.
Logo of the ACM SIGACCESS Newsletter.

April 2020 — Our paper about the accessibility of e-government services for people with low vision, has received the “Best Communication Paper Award” at the 17th International Cross-Disciplinary Web for All Conference (W4A 2020).
The four authors of the award-winning paper virtually celebrating via videoconference the certificate reception.

February 2020 — Our research work about the complexity of e-government services for people with low vision has been accepted at the 17th International Cross-Disciplinary Web for All Conference (W4A 2020) {co-located with the WWW 2020}.
Logo of the 2020 Web for All Conference, held in Taipei (Taiwan).

September 2019 — Our work about the personalization of user interfaces for people with disabilities has been included as a chapter in the book entitled Personalized Human-Computer Interaction, by the de Gruyter publishing house.
Book cover of Personalized Human-Computer Interaction, and logo of the De Gruyter publishing house.

August 2019 — The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS) has accepted our work on virtual cursors for people with motor impairments where we analyse with real users the benefits of two cursor enhancements to assist web navigation.
Front page of The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, and logo of the Elsevier editorial

April 2019 — Our two papers have been accepted at the XX International Conference on HCI (Interacción 2019): one about public e-services and users with low vision, and the other about automatic problem detection in web browsing.
Logo of the 20th International Conference on HCI, Interacción 2019

September 2018 — Our paper about Web navigation strategies of people with low vision, has received the award “Jesús Lorés” to the best research work at the XIX International Conference on HCI (Interacción 2018).
Lourdes Moreno, who presented the work, is receiving the award from the conference chairs: Cristina Manresa Yee and Ramónn Mas

June 2018 — The XIX International Conference on HCI (Interacción 2018) has accepted our work about Web navigation strategies of people with low vision.
Logo of the 19th International Conference on HCI, Interacción 2018.

May 2018 — The International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction (IJHCI) has accepted our work about a platform to assist researchers designing, conducting, and analyzing the data gather from web-based user studies.

In this paper we evaluate the RemoTest platform with 36 users with diverse characteristics, by analyzing the ease of the installation process, the accessibility of the automatically generated questionnaires, and the user satisfaction.

Front page of the International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, and logo of the Taylor & Francis publishing house.

July 2017 — The interdisciplinary journal of HCI Interacting with Computers (IwC) has accepted our work on web-based adaptations and personalizations for people with upper body motor impairments using touch screen tablets where we present a transcoding system, the proposed adaptation techniques and the evaluation with real users.
Front page of the journal Interacting with Computers, and logo of the Oxford University Press publishing house.

February 2017 — Our paper about the evaluation of a smartphone-based indoor navigation system for people with visual impairments has been accepted at the 14th Web for All Conference (W4A 2017) {co-located with the WWW 2017}.
Logo of the 2017 Web for All Conference, held in Perth (Western Australia).

April 2016 — Following the recent “Best Communication Award” at the 2016 W4A conference, we have been invited to publish our research on virtual cursors for users with motor impairments at the ACM SIGACCESS Newsletter.
Logo of the ACM SIGACCESS Newsletter.

April 2016 — Our paper about virtual cursors for assisting Web navigation to people with motor impairments, has received the “Best Communication Paper Award” at the 13th Web for All Conference (W4A 2016).
J. Eduardo Pérez receiving the award to the Best Communication Paper at the Web for All conference, from Ted Drake from Intuit, and the programme chairs: Vivienne Conway and Luz Rello.

February 2016 — Our research work about the usability evaluation of two virtual aids to enhance cursor accessibility for people with motor impairments has been accepted at the 13th Web for All Conference (W4A 2016) {co-located with the WWW 2016}.
Logo of the 2016 Web for All Conference, held in Montreal (Canada).

September 2015 — Our paper about the RemoTest platform, has received the “Accessibility Award” in recognition to the most outstanding contribution on ageing, disability and inclusive design at the 15th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2015).
Xabier Valencia receiving the Accessibility Award at the 2015 INTERACT conference.

July 2015 — Our research work exploring the pointing behaviours of three different input devices has been accepted at the 17th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2015).
Logo of the 2015 ASSETS Conference, held in Lisbon (Portugal).

June 2015 — The XVI International Conference on HCI (Interacción 2015) has accepted our paper about a conceptual model for building adaptations systems that provide a personalized navigation experience to any user.
Logo of the 16th International Conference on HCI, Interacción 2015, held in Villanueva y Geltrú (Spain).

March 2015 — Our paper about a platform to design and conduct web-based experiments with real users as well as to gather and analyse their interaction data has been accepted at the 15th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2015).
Logo of the 2015 INTERACT Conference, held in Bamberg (Germany).

February 2014 — Our research work about Web navigation strategies of users with physical disabilities has been accepted at the 11th Web for All Conference (W4A 2014) {co-located with the WWW 2014}.
Logo of the 2014 Web for All Conference, held in Seoul (South Korea).

January 2014 — Our paper about a text-to-speech conversion tool adapted to users with motor impairments has been accepted at the 16th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2014).
Logo of the 16th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS).

May 2013 — Our research work on enhancing Web accessibility through user modelling and adaption techniques has been accepted at the 12th European AAATE Conference (AAATE 2013).
Front page of the proceedings of the 12th biennial European conference of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe, AAATE 2013, held in Vilamoura, Portugal, in September 2013

March 2013 — The 10th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility (W4A 2013) {co-located with the WWW 2013} has accepted our work on User Individuality Management in Websites based on WAI-ARIA Annotations and Ontologies.
Logo of the 10th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility, Web for all 2013, held in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).