David Swallow
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Guidelines are only half of the story: accessibility problems encountered by blind users on the web
C Power, A Freire, H Petrie, D Swallow
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2012
2602012
Grounding experience: relating theory and method to evaluate the user experience of smartphones
D Swallow, M Blythe, P Wright
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 132, 91-98, 2005
1132005
Virtual learning environments: another barrier to blended and e-learning
C Power, H Petrie, V Sakharov, D Swallow
International Conference on Computers for Handicapped Persons, 519-526, 2010
412010
Navigating, discovering and exploring the web: strategies used by people with print disabilities on interactive websites
C Power, H Petrie, D Swallow, E Murphy, B Gallagher, CA Velasco
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 667-684, 2013
192013
Remote evaluation of WCAG 2.0 techniques by web users with visual disabilities
C Power, H Petrie, AP Freire, D Swallow
International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction …, 2011
152011
Co-designing urban living solutions to improve older people’s mobility and well-being
S Cinderby, H Cambridge, K Attuyer, M Bevan, K Croucher, R Gilroy, ...
Journal of Urban Health 95 (3), 409-422, 2018
132018
The value chain for web accessibility: challenges and opportunities
H Petrie, C Power, D Swallow, CA Velasco, B Gallagher, M Magennis, ...
122011
Understanding and supporting the needs of educational professionals working with students with disabilities and mature age students
D Swallow, H Petrie, C Power
International Conference on Computers for Handicapped Persons, 486-491, 2010
92010
Navigational consistency in websites: What does it mean to users?
H Petrie, G Papadofragkakis, C Power, D Swallow
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 423-427, 2009
92009
Involving older adults in the technology design process:: a case study on mobility and wellbeing in the built environment
DM Swallow, H Petrie, CD Power, AW Lewis, ADN Edwards
York, 2016
72016
Students with disabilities in higher education: challenges and tactile solutions
H Petrie, C Power, D Swallow
Art Libraries Journal 34 (2), 35-40, 2009
72009
Speaking the language of web developers: Evaluation of a web accessibility information resource (WebAIR)
D Swallow, C Power, H Petrie, A Bramwell-Dicks, L Buykx, CA Velasco, ...
International Conference on Computers for Handicapped Persons, 348-355, 2014
62014
Understanding and supporting web developers:: design and evaluation of a web accessibility information resource (WebAIR)
DM Swallow, H Petrie, CD Power
Universal Design 2016: Learning from the past, designing for the future …, 2016
52016
RemoTable: Sharing daily activities and moods using smart furniture
T Wallbaum, W Heuten, S Boll, D Swallow
Studies in health technology and informatics 229, 345-354, 2016
32016
Using Photo Diaries to Elicit User Requirements from Older Adults: a case study on mobility barriers
D Swallow, H Petrie, C Power, ADN Edwards
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 147-164, 2015
32015
Three Case Studies on Methods of Working with Older People on the Design of New Technologies.
ZH Sani, H Petrie, D Swallow, A Lewis
Studies in health technology and informatics 229, 153-164, 2016
22016
Who supports the support workers? E-learning for support workers of students with disabilities
C Power, H Petrie, D Swallow
Second International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies, 2009
12009
Who supports the support workers? E-learning for support workers of students with disabilities
C Power, H Petrie, D Swallow, M Sannia
7th European Conference on E-Learning, 2008
12008
Mobility and wellbeing in later life. Summary of key findings and recommendations
MA Bevan, H Petrie, HM Cambridge, CD Power, KL Croucher, ...
York, 2017
2017
How can the built environment better support mobility and wellbeing in later life (Hexham)
MA Bevan, KL Croucher, S Cinderby, HM Cambridge, H Petrie, CD Power, ...
York, 2017
2017
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