Preview The starting trajectory of the next millennium can be characterized largely by the progress of computing and communications technology. Cheaper and faster processors, storage, and networks combined with better user interfaces, have now spawned the incredible growth of the Internet and related services. Too often, however, system complexity, incompatible software versions and file formats, confusing interfaces, and inadequate attention to diverse users lead to confusion, frustration, and failure. Keynote Speaker Dr. Ben Shneiderman is the Founding Chair of the Conference on Universal Usability and the author of numerous articles and books on software usability. He recently received the…
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