The Interaction Analysis and Modelling Lab is interested in how users interact with the World Wide Web (Web) and how the Web, through its design, technology and infrastructure, enables users to interact with it. The IAM-lab is involved in the experimentation of accessibility technology, visual attention, and the Web to address the problems of Web accessibility. We believe that by understanding disabled-user’s interaction we enhance our understanding of all users operating in constrained modalities where the user is handicapped by both environment and technology. It is for this reason that we see fundamental research into users with disabilities as a natural preface to wider human factors research. This means we are mainly working in the Web’s, so called, “long-tail” creating novel methods of making obfuscated structure, information, and semantics more explicit.

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