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  • 1. Human-Centered Public Transportation Systems for Persons with Cognitive Disabilities 指導教授 : 張耀仁 學生 : 葉軒瑞
  • 2. content
    • Abstract
    • Introduction
    • Project Goals
    • Design Participants
    • Methodology
    • Studies and Finding
    • Prototype Development
    • Future Work
    • Implications for Participatory Design
    • Conclusion
  • 3. Abstract
    • Aim
    • Designing new socio-technical architectures to afford persons with cognitive disabilities.
    • Challenges
      • Expert
      • preventing
  • 4. Introduction
    • The reason of design new
    • socio-technical.
      • “Their” difficulties.
      • Their freedom.
  • 5. Project Goals
    • Analyze and understand
    • Design a “Mobility for All” socio-technical architecture.
    • Implement and evaluate
  • 6. Design Participants
    • University researchers
    • Technology specialists
    • Transportation
    • Technology developers
    • Urban planners and designers
  • 7. Methodology
  • 8. Studies and Finding
    • Two categories of public transportation user.
    • Normal people’s activities.
    • Essential navigation artifacts
    • User’s mistakes when using public transportation system
  • 9. Conclusion
    • The significance of research effort
      • Under-represented and non-vocal
      • Participation of disparate communities
      • The change
      • Improve