Participatory Design (PD) with Disabled Communities
Prototypes have been developed through participatory design (PD) approaches. Individuals with disabilities can play an active role in the design process. This can lead to greater levels of user buy-in by disabled users. Studies have been undertaken with individuals who are blind, individuals with learning differences and individuals with SIIDs. The needs of blind situationally-impaired users have also been investigated.
PD Publications for Individuals who are Blind
Kuber, R., Yu, W. & O'Modhrain, M.S. 2011:
Evaluation of Haptic HTML Mappings Derived from a
Novel Methodology. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing, 3 (4), Article 12.
Kuber, R., Yu, W. & O'Modhrain, M.S. 2010: Tactile Web Browsing for Blind Users In proceedings of Haptic Audio Interaction Design'10 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6306), Copenhagen, Denmark, 75-84.
Kuber, R., Yu, W. & McAllister, G. 2007: Towards Developing Assistive Haptic Feedback for
Visually Impaired Internet Users. In proceedings of CHI'07, San Jose, USA, 1525-1534.
PD Publications for Individuals with Learning Differences
Anthony, L., Prasad, S., Hurst, A. & Kuber, R. 2012: A Participatory Design Workshop on Accessible Apps and Games with Students with Learning Differences. In proceedings of ASSETS'12, Boulder, USA, 253-254.
Carrington, P., Kuber, R., Anthony, L., Hurst, A. & Prasad, S. 2012: Developing an Interface to Support Procedural Memory Training using a Participatory-Based Approach. In proceedings of BCS HCI'12, Birmingham, UK, 333-338.
PD Publications for Individuals with Situationally Induced Impairments and Disabilities (SIIDs)
- Abdolrahmani, A., Kuber, R. & Hurst, A. 2016: An Empirical Investigation of the Situationally-Induced Impairments Experienced by Blind Mobile Device Users. In proceedings of W4A'16, Montreal, Canada.
Qian, H., Kuber, R. & Sears, A. 2013:
Designing Tactile Feedback to Support Mobile Users when Situationally Impaired.
In proceedings of ASSETS'13, Bellevue, USA, Article No: 47.
- Ali Abdolrahmani (Ph.D.)
- Patrick Carrington (Ph.D.)
- Huimin Qian (Ph.D.)