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User Interface Engineering (UIE) Web Application Design Summit

The UIE Web Application Design Summit focusses on lessons learned by the leading experts in web application development. Industry leaders will discuss the trials and tribulations of producing browser-based applications, including:

- how to tell if following published guidelines for application development actually makes your application better; and

- the challenges of building accessible applications and the real life experiences of taking all user's needs into account.

Of particular interest are the following sessions:

Tuesday 28th January, 11.05-12.00 - Fresh From the Lab: The Skinny on Web Applications (discusses the use of web guidelines)

Tuesday 28th January, 3.40-4.40 - When Accessibility and Applications Collide.

Date: from 27 January, 2003 to 28 January, 2003
Venue: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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