Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Mobile Technology for Nonprofits: Harnessing the Power of Crowdsourcing
A mobile app is one of the easiest ways a nonprofit can increase awareness, raise funds, and promote events. The portability and popularity of smartphones can strengthen the connection between users and the nonprofit they ...
Developing e-reader application solutions for persons with Multiple Sclerosis
People with Multiple Sclerosis may suffer from fatigue, painful muscle spasms, and decreased coordination that may increase the difficulty of simple tasks such as holding a newspaper or turning a page in a book. Although ...
Ubiquitous usability: considering user distractibility in mobile interface design decisions
The traditional approach to application design that operated effectively for those who interacted with desktop computers must be re-evaluated when approaching design for the mobile environment; the constraints users may ...
Effective mobile web design and development for JHU APL external website
Due to a global increase in smartphone ownership and an exploding use of wireless services, mobile phones have become an important means of Internet access. However, the constraints (e.g. small screen, weak network ...
Development and preliminary testing of tablet application to increase reading motivation and summarization for adolescent students with ADHD
Children with ADHD have a variety of difficulties with reading, including phonetics, reading comprehension, distractibility, lack of reading organizational skills and a low ability to summarize. This study created a ...
Macro issues in the development of organizational decision support systems
Many tasks in the organization require organization-wide support. This support may be in the form of data, model, tools or people. A “seamless” communication environment is needed to facilitate this support. This paper ...