Study and Analysis of Need for Accessible Design using HCI for Specially Abled Users
Sunita Dhotre, Pragya Gupta, Vaishnavi Dhotre
Diffable, Technologies, User Interface Design, Text-to-Speech Conversion, Cognitive users, Accessibility.
Specially abled users face various challenges whilst interacting and communicating with technology-enabled devices as they possess their own limitations such as specific target user group, specialized user interface (UI) and interdependence problem and it is not always possible to design interfaces for people with cognitive disabilities, since the usability of these applications are also impacted by some factors such as time, cost, veracity, availability and efficiency. With the advent of booming technologies, many specially abled users in today’s generations are empowered by computers to perform tasks such as facial recognition login, text-to-speech and speech-to-text conversion, spoken reminders, monitoring the doorbells, flexible keyboard, increased font size, which would have been difficult with the earlier systems such as requirement of a minder or the traditional technology. This paper concentrates on the literature review, work and observations done to design technology-enabled devices and designing User Interface that emphasize on easing needs of not only specially abled users, but for normal users as well.
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Unique Paper ID: 153239

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

Page(s): 589 - 597
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