User interface generation can provide a way out of the “one-size-fits-all” dilemma for accessibility of mainstream devices. By taking a user's preferences, the capabilities of their device and environmental parameters of use into account, user interfaces can be generated that are well suited for a particular user in a particular user context. In this paper, we describe a multi-staged process for the generation of adaptive user interfaces for the remote control of devices and services. A proof-of-concept prototype (GenURC) is currently being implemented, and will be used for empirical studies on dynamic user interface adaptations for persons with disabilities.
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