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  • Directional speakers for interface kiosk  Increased accessibility through use of new audio features to aid impaired users in the following areas visibility, sensory & cognitive  Audio option for multiple language audio translations  New audio feedback for interactive buttons within interface design
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    • 1. Turning the Pages Touch ScreenInterfaceBritish Library Audio ADRSarat Koneti
    • 2. BriefMaking the British library interface more accessible to people withthe cognitive limitations /intellectually disabled by embedding newaudio features to BL-KioskImproving the user experience using Audio
    • 3. Audio ADR Strategy • Research on existing BL-Kiosk • Find user audio problems • Define User Goals • Critically analyse and asses the concept ideas to improve accessibility & user experience of the Kiosk • List all possible audio features • Produce initial visuals/audio of concept deliverables (mp3 files, sketches, recordings) • Sketch/wireframe NEW interface with audio for screen solutions • Create diagrams and prototypes
    • 4. Existing Interface Right now we are just concentrating on the audio problems of the Interface/Kisosk
    • 5. Audio problems of the existing interface• Use of Headphone• No audio clues for visual actions• No audio translations for the books• No volume controller
    • 6. User Group• International and Multicultural Audience• Age group: 7 -75yearsTarget User Group• People with cognitive limitations(ex: autism, down syndrome)
    • 7. User Research1. Accessibility • Proportion of people in the general population with special needs is high. • Accessibility refers to �the degree to which software can be used comfortably by a wide variety of people, including those who have cognitive limitations and disabilities. • � 3 types - profound / severe / moderate / mild • MILD/MODERATE : Problems in reading Problems in communicating Suffer from memory loss Troubles in solving problems Limited understanding of day – day process
    • 8. Questionnaire script: 1. What do you think this kiosk is for? 2. Let them do the interaction and then ask about the experience 3. Do you think the kiosk has served its purpose? 4. Do you think you would use this again? 5. How likely are you to use it again? very likely likely unlikely very unlikely 6. How do you rate your experience of using this kiosk? very good good bad very bad
    • 9. Target for Development Listed features and areas of the existing system we will target for development • Use of directional sound system to listen to the Audio • Language translations for Audio • Interactive Audio features for Navigation
    • 10. Concepts for possible new accessibilityenhancement and development
    • 11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dL18JdduuhA

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