Papers from the third international workshop on human computer interaction with mobile devices Focusing on development and marketing during the last few years of a vast range of mobile computing devices. Ranging from ever smaller laptops through palmtops to WAP phones and digital devices such as cameras, these devices share a common problem: attempting to give users access to powerful computing services and resources through small devices, which typically have tiny visual displays, poor audio facilities and limited input techniques. They also introduce new challenges such as designing for intermittent & expensive network access and design for position aware & context sensitive devices.
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Sep 2001|
- human computer interaction
- mobile devices