By Pat Langdon, Jonathan Lazar, Ann Heylighen, Hua Dong
This ebook offers the complaints of the eighth Cambridge Workshop on common entry and Assistive expertise (CWUAAT '16), incorporating the eleventh Cambridge Workshop on Rehabilitation Robotics, held in Cambridge, England in March 2016. It provides novel and state of the art learn from a world crew of leaders within the fields of common entry and assistive expertise. It explores numerous matters together with the reconciliation of usability, accessibility and inclusive layout, the layout of inclusive assistive and rehabilitation structures, measuring product call for and human services, information mining and visualizing inclusion, laws in inclusive layout, and situational inclusive interfaces (automotive and aerospace). This publication offers a useful source to researchers, postgraduates, layout practitioners, therapists and medical practitioners, in addition to layout teachers.
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Fig. 1 From left to right: persona, goal and places cards, filled by workshop participants. We see that the personae were quite roughly described. Imagining scenarios. Each group had to pick up three personae, one goal and one context, and imagine as many scenarios as possible with these cards. Representing Children Living with Visual Impairments in the Design Process 29 Participants had to write down as many scenarios as possible during two hours. Finally they were asked to perform some of these scenarios (whilst blindfolded if they had to represent a visually impaired person) using everything they had at hand.
In this paper, we use an interdisciplinary perspective that combines computer science with disability and gender studies to examine the experiences of people that face multiple forms of discrimination online and investigate a variety of oppressive mechanisms including ableism, racism, and transphobia. ” To illustrate the point using a hypothetical case, consider the experiences of a black gay man with a sight impairment. If information about their sexual identity could put them at risk, a gay community webpage that is designed to be compatible with screen reader would be accessible in a technological sense, but the audio broadcasting done by the reader would make the page inaccessible from a security standpoint.
And as a trans person myself, I felt very uncomfortable. ’ (Participant OF) The participant expressed the opinion that it is your own responsibility to stay away from pages where you can expect to encounter oppressive content. Statements like ‘I used to get upset,’ implying that being upset by the oppressive content is a silly or unnecessary emotional reaction, were present in all of the interviews. ‘In terms of content I don't, I think if I went on a webpage and the content was, if I thought "oh this is shocking" or "why have they written this" or "why is this picture there"..
Designing Around People: CWUAAT 2016 by Pat Langdon, Jonathan Lazar, Ann Heylighen, Hua Dong