Christopher Power
Christopher Power
University of Prince Edward Island, AbleGamers Charity, Western University (Adjunct)
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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
What do users really care about? A comparison of usability problems found by users and experts on highly interactive websites
H Petrie, C Power
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
Rigorous identification and encoding of trace-links in model-driven engineering
RF Paige, N Drivalos, DS Kolovos, KJ Fernandes, C Power, GK Olsen, ...
Software & Systems Modeling 10 (4), 469-487, 2011
Towards a unified definition of web accessibility
H Petrie, A Savva, C Power
Proceedings of the 12th International Web for All Conference, 1-13, 2015
Building model-driven engineering traceability
RF Paige, GK Olsen, D Kolovos, S Zschaler, CD Power
ECMDA Traceability Workshop (ECMDA-TW), 49, 2010
Accessible presentation of information for people with visual disabilities
C Power, H Jürgensen
Universal Access in the Information Society 9 (2), 97-119, 2010
Engaging visitors in museums with technology: scales for the measurement of visitor and multimedia guide experience
MK Othman, H Petrie, C Power
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 92-99, 2011
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
Measuring the usability of a smartphone delivered museum guide
MK Othman, H Petrie, C Power
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 97, 629-637, 2013
Using card sorts for understanding website information architectures: technological, methodological and cultural issues
H Petrie, C Power, P Cairns, C Seneler
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 309-322, 2011
Axe UX: Exploring long-term user experience with iScale and AttrakDiff
T Walsh, J Varsaluoma, S Kujala, P Nurkka, H Petrie, C Power
Proceedings of the 18th international academic mindtrek conference: Media …, 2014
Accessibility in non-professional web authoring tools: a missed web 2.0 opportunity?
C Power, H Petrie
Proceedings of the 2007 international cross-disciplinary conference on Web …, 2007
Empirical results from an evaluation of the accessibility of websites by dyslexic users
AP Freire, H Petrie, CD Power
Proceedings of the Workshop on Accessible Design in the Digital World, 41-53, 2011
The influence of emotion on number entry errors
P Cairns, P Pandab, C Power
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2014
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
Integrating accessibility evaluation into web engineering processes
C Power, AP Freire, H Petrie
International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering (IJITWE …, 2009
Developing a semantic user and device modeling framework that supports UI adaptability of web 2.0 applications for people with special needs
P Ackermann, CA Velasco, C Power
Proceedings of the International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web …, 2012
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
Future design of accessibility in games: A design vocabulary
P Cairns, C Power, M Barlet, G Haynes
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 131, 64-71, 2019
Improving archaeologists’ online archive experiences through user-centred design
C Power, A Lewis, H Petrie, K Green, J Richards, M Eramian, B Chan, ...
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) 10 (1), 1-20, 2017
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