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Design dimensions of mobile text entry

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In this talk I’ll briefly survey the state of the art in mobile text entry and thereafter I’ll discuss 22 design dimensions of mobile text entry: entry rate, error, learning curve, immediate efficacy, form factor, preparation time, localization, comfort, user engagement, visual attention, cognitive resources, privacy, single vs. multi-character entry, specification vs. navigation, one-handed vs. two-handed, task integration, robustness, device independence, computational demands, manufacturing cost, support cost and market acceptance

This talk is part of the Rainbow Interaction Seminars series.

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