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Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience
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Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience

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The term "universal design" describe the concept of designing products to be aesthetic and usable to the greatest extent possible by everyone, regardless of their age, ability, or status in …

The term "universal design" describe the concept of designing products to be aesthetic and usable to the greatest extent possible by everyone, regardless of their age, ability, or status in life.

The typing experience, particularly on mobile and tablet devices, is a poor experience, but it's even worse for users with only one hand! If we were going to re-design cross-device typing systems, how would we go about it?

Through the lens of typists who only have the use of one hand or arm, this presentation outlines the difference between universal design and accessible design, and how universal design could be a step in the right direction toward creating a better typing experience for not only disabled typists, but for us all!

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  • 1. WHAT IS Universal Design
  • 2. Rachel Barton
  • 3. January 16, 1995
  • 4. 111 Meters
  • 5. “All along, I knew that in the end I would still be able to perform… So that was what I was holding on to. I still am.” Rachel Barton
  • 6. BUTwhat if…
  • 7. THE SOUND of one hand TYPING
  • 8. What is universal design and what is accessibility? Why does one-handed typing matter? How might Chinese web design and natural user interfaces change the way we think about typing? 1 2 3
  • 9. WHAT IS Universal Design
  • 10. “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.” Tim Berners-Lee the creator of the World Wide Web
  • 11. leveling the playing field
  • 12. INACCESSIBLE it’s not the wheelchair IT’S THE STAIRS. that makes a building
  • 13. INACCESSIBLE it’s not the user IT’S THE DESIGNER. that makes the web
  • 14. examples of UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • 15. examples of UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • 16. examples of UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • 17. ONEeyeball finger
  • 18. examples of UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • 19. IS A PLAN UNIVERSAL DESIGN IS ACCESSIBILITY the way we measure that plan
  • 20. it is not necessarily universal if a design is accessible it is necessarily accessible if a design is universal
  • 21. sight touchsound cognition
  • 22. it began with a tentacle “Prosthetic Tentacle” by Kaylene Kau
  • 23. HOW would YOU USE…
  • 24. IF YOU only had ONE HAND…
  • 25. andAlex Tasha
  • 26. what are people with ONE HAND actually USING
  • 27. the QWERTY keyboard was created for EFFICIENCY
  • 28. WHY DOES one-handed typing MATTER
  • 29. THE APPLE TYPING EXPERIENCE
  • 30. THE ANDROID TYPING EXPERIENCE
  • 31. in solving the the typing experience FOR EVERYONE! WE WILL IMPROVE one handed / armed typing issue
  • 32. so how do this problem WE SOLVE
  • 33. portable inexpensive easy to use ambidextrous design aesthetic quickly learned available ergonomic we need something that is… cross-devicecross-platform multilingual beyond word processing
  • 34. VOICE recognition
  • 35. SWYPE
  • 36. THE CHINESE MODEL
  • 37. THE CHINESE MODEL Hanwang handwriting recognition mouse
  • 38. Chinese YAHOO
  • 39. American YAHOO
  • 40. BAIDU. Chinese Google Equivalent
  • 41. BAIDU. Search for the elderly
  • 42. TAOBAO.COM. Above the fold
  • 43. EBAY.COM. Above the fold
  • 44. TAOBAO.COM. Below the fold
  • 45. EBAY.COM. Below the fold
  • 46. so what’s THE FUTURE
  • 47. OUR NUI best friend CLI codified strict GUI metaphor exploratory NUI direct intuitive
  • 48. ONE eyeball finger nipple???
  • 49. “The only “intuitive” interface is a nipple. After that, it’s all learned.” Bruce Ediger
  • 50. WHAT IS NUI?
  • 51. “As far as the customer is, the interface is the product.” Jeff Raskin
  • 52. BACK TO OUR original list • portable • inexpensive • easy to use • ambidextrous design • cross-device • cross-platform • multilingual • aesthetic • fast learning curve • available • ergonomic • beyond word processing
  • 53. TAKEAWAY
  • 54. LUCK
  • 55. THANK YOU!

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