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IWWUA 2007 Report

December 12, 2007

This was the 1st International Workshop on Web Usability and Accessibility, part of WISE (Web Informations Engineering), held in Nancy, France, on December 3 2007.

It proved to be a very interesting day, as many varying areas of Web Usability and Accessibility were discussed. Presentations were given, then followed by a discussion and the day was rounded off with a general open debate.

Among the areas covered were:

  • Web Usability and the new ISO Quality Model
  • Web model refactoring
  • Usability patterns
  • Rich Internet Applications development and Usability
  • WAEX – An XSLT tool which allows automatic Web Accessibility testing
  • An analysis of various Accessibility Evaluation tools
  • MiLE+ – Milano Lugano Evaluation Method v2

Attendees came from all over Europe, including – England, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Estonia and Switzerland.

The day was rounded off with a really enjoyable meal at Grande Cafe Foy, in Place Stanislas, Nancy.

The website at http://gplsi.dlsi.ua.es/congresos/iwwua07/?opc=24 shows the full program of the day and you can also view the presentations given, via the Slides links.

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