Areas and projects

Interaction Analysis and Modelling Lab investigates a diverse range of ‘WEB-CHI’, from aiding visually impaired users navigate the Web, through to the use of eye trackers to analyse how users perceive Web pages and their complexity. In this case, we run a number of investigative themes around which it groups its projects.

Projects

Active projects

ProjectDescription
Acup: Accessibility Catch-Up Can a framework be developed so that accessibility research can be passed on to users more quickly?
MethodBox Investigating whether Web Search interface can provide better support for variable data discovery than a Classical Information Retrieval (IR) interface.
RIAM: Reciprocal Interoperability of Accessible and Mobile Webs  The high-level aim of the RIAM project is to identify and resolve the issues surrounding the creation of a system to enable the Accessible and Mobile Webs to interoperate.
SAGE: Synchronised Attention Grant Enabler Developing techniques for montoring attention over multiple screens
Whatif: Understanding the Ontology Authoring Process WhatIf: Answering “What if. . . ” questions for Ontology Authoring
WIMWAT Automatically recognising widgets on Web pages
COPE: Behavioural and Coping Strategies on the Web Removing the need to cope on the Web.
MSO: Multiple Screen Orchestration Enhancing TV viewing with second screen content: determining when and how to present supplementary information.
SASWAT: Single Structured Accessibility Stream for Web 2.0 Access Technologies Presenting multiple streams of dynamic Web content to screen reader users
ViCRAM: Visual Complexity Rankings and Accessibility Metrics Reducing Visual Complexity on the Web

Past projects

ProjectDescription
OSS  
TEOA  
EIVAA Empirical Investigation of Visual Aesthetics and Accessibility
ViSAS How eye-tracking can be used to understand patterns in the ways in which people view scenes, with a hope that these may be used to inform audio presentation.
SADIe Structural-Semantics for Accessibility and Device Independence
MOSS  
TOWEL  
HuCEL The aim of the HuCEL project was to investigate how related events can be connected on the Web, in order to improve navigation of the hypertext space and enable users to serendipitously discover new information.
SCWeb2 Senior Citizens On The Web 2.0
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