Ms. Ariya Atthawuttikul and Mr. Roongrot Rattanapichetkul
Arch.D. of Multidisciplinary Design Research, KMITL

“User Sensi...
ABSTRACT

Disability

Ability

User

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Universal Design
Design for All
Accessible Design
Inclusive Design

= Inclus...
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Guidelines of accessible to people with disabilities:

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http://www...
Example

1. Specify the context of use
2. Specify requirements
3. Create design solutions
4. Evaluate designs
Universal Ce...
Design for All

Abilities

Skills

Requirements

Preferences

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Participation action research (PAR)

“PAR” individuals with disabilities are involved setting:

Participatory
Life in soci...
User Centered Design

Functionality
Users

Environment

Standard equipment not
in standard locating

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Ordinary & Extra-ordinary human-machine interaction
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Face-to-face

CHAT
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Clinicians for disabled users

Therapists // Nurses // Special education teachers // Linguists // Psychologists

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The Goal: a new paradigm
 To facilitate the development of better specialised equipment
 To provide “mainstream” enginee...
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“User sensitive inclusive design”

  1. 1. Ms. Ariya Atthawuttikul and Mr. Roongrot Rattanapichetkul Arch.D. of Multidisciplinary Design Research, KMITL “User Sensitive Inclusive Design” In search of a new paradigm Prof. Alan F. Newell, MBE, FRSE. & Dr. Peter Gregor Department of Applied Computing at the University of Dundee
  2. 2. ABSTRACT Disability Ability User • • • • Universal Design Design for All Accessible Design Inclusive Design = Inclusive Design for Telecommunication Terminals 2
  3. 3. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Guidelines of accessible to people with disabilities: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. http://www.w3.org/WAI. Flexibility in use Simple and intuitive use Perceptible information Tolerance for error Low physical effort Size Space http://www.ncsu.edu/cud/ud/ud.html. 3
  4. 4. Example 1. Specify the context of use 2. Specify requirements 3. Create design solutions 4. Evaluate designs Universal Centred Design Paradigm 4
  5. 5. Design for All Abilities Skills Requirements Preferences 5
  6. 6. Participation action research (PAR) “PAR” individuals with disabilities are involved setting: Participatory Life in society Action Experience PAR Research Mind, Knowledge  Research agenda  Developing research questions  Participating in the research as researchers  Advisors  Consultants testing research ideas  Evaluating the results of the research User should be “involved in” the process, but not have a dominant role 6
  7. 7. User Centered Design Functionality Users Environment Standard equipment not in standard locating 7
  8. 8. Ordinary & Extra-ordinary human-machine interaction ………... #$%^ & Face-to-face CHAT 8
  9. 9. Clinicians for disabled users Therapists // Nurses // Special education teachers // Linguists // Psychologists 9
  10. 10. The Goal: a new paradigm  To facilitate the development of better specialised equipment  To provide “mainstream” engineers with an effective and efficient way of including people with disabilities within the potential user groups for their projects. The excellent is an enemy of goal ! 10
  11. 11. VIDEO 11
  12. 12. “Thank you for your attention” 12
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