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Bells, Whistles, and Alarms: HCI Lessons Using AJAX for a Page-turning Web Application
Date
2011-04-06
Main contributor
Hardesty, Julie
Summary
This case study describes creating a version of METS Navigator, a page-turning web application for multi- part digital objects, using an AJAX library with user interface (UI) components. This design created problems for customized user interactions and accessibility problems for users, including those using assistive technologies and mobile devices. A review of the literature considers AJAX, accessibility, and universal usability and possible steps to take moving forward to correct these problems in METS Navigator.
Publisher
Indiana University Digital Library Program
Collection
Digital Library Brown Bag Series
Unit
IUScholarWorks Repository
Related Item
IUScholarWorks Record
Notes

Only audio is available for this Brown Bag presentation.