Report Number: CS-TN-98-84
Institution: Stanford University, Department of Computer Science
Title: Lessons from Developing Audio HTML Interfaces
Author: James, Frankie
Date: July 1998
Abstract: In this paper, we discuss our previous research on the establishment of guidelines and principles for choosing sounds to use in an audio interface to HTML, called the AHA framework. These principles, along with issues related to the target audience such as user tasks, goals, and interests are factors that can help us to choose specific sounds for the interface. We conclude by describing scenarios of two potential users and the interfaces that would seem to be appropriate for them.