Getting it across : layout issues for kiosk systems

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BORCHERS, Jan, Oliver DEUSSEN, Clemens KNÖRZER, 1995. Getting it across : layout issues for kiosk systems. In: ACM SIGCHI Bulletin. 27(4), pp. 68-74. Available under: doi: 10.1145/214132.214170

@article{Borchers1995Getti-6253, title={Getting it across : layout issues for kiosk systems}, year={1995}, doi={10.1145/214132.214170}, number={4}, volume={27}, journal={ACM SIGCHI Bulletin}, pages={68--74}, author={Borchers, Jan and Deussen, Oliver and Knörzer, Clemens} }

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