Accessibility of Web and Mobile Interfaces (Data gathering studies with disabled communities)


Our research has examined the difficulties faced by individuals who are blind when accessing both web and mobile-based interfaces. A range of empirical studies have been conducted with both interface users and web interface designers/programmers who are blind. Haptic solutions have been proposed to address the 'disability divide'. Prototypes have been developed through participatory design approaches, where target users can play an active role in the design process. More recent work has focused on assessments of web credibility by individuals who are blind, along with the situationally-induced impairments and disabilities (SIIDs) faced by blind mobile device users.






W3C HTML standards approved  -  W3C CSS standards approved  -  CynthiaSays standards approved  -

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