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Solution principles for next-generation text entry
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Text entry is a common everyday computing task. However, despite its ubiquitousness it is difficult to devise an efficient text entry method that users are willing to adopt. In this talk I will explain the narrow design space of text entry research and make the case that successful next-generation text entry methods are likely to be based on designs that merge behavioural solution principles with information engineering techniques. I will exemplify this idea with several new text entry methods we have developed for a variety of use-cases.
This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.
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