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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Log-based Personalization Tool As An Assistive Technology|
|Abstract:||Solutions for personalizing websites by automatically changing user interfaces (UI) to fit users' needs have been proposed by the industry and the academy in order to provide individualized user experience. However, the users' perception of changes in the tailored UI is still a topic to be studied. This work presents a tool developed to capture logs, generate, and apply individual adjustments, personalizing websites as people use it. In addition, the tool is proposed as a log-based personalization assistive technology and it is published to the community. The tool was evaluated in depth, qualitatively, counting with the participation of 4 blind users fluent in using the Web, knowing personalization existing features, and fluent on using computers. They were invited so that the understanding of outcomes and limitations of the personalization features offered could be better understood. Based on the results, we highlight possible scenarios where similar approaches could be used to assist people with disabilities and reinforce the importance of considering the users' perception of changes automatically performed in UIs. © 2014 Springer International Publishing.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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