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Experience Design 2
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    • 1. Experience Design I Gintare Lescinskaite, Giberto Santos and Chi-Yang Ho Date 17/12/2009
    • 2. What?
    • 3. What? A mobile phone text message application for dyslexics
    • 4. Reasons
    • 5. Reasons • The difficulty for dyslexics to read or type texts on cell phone platform
    • 6. Reasons • The difficulty for dyslexics to read or type texts on cell phone platform • There is no such a application in mobile phones
    • 7. Aims
    • 8. Aims • Help dyslexics could read and write text messages on mobile phone more easily
    • 9. Aims • Help dyslexics could read and write text messages on mobile phone more easily • Attempt to erase the gap between dyslexics and machines
    • 10. Aims • Help dyslexics could read and write text messages on mobile phone more easily • Attempt to erase the gap between dyslexics and machines • Let dyslexics can communicate with others by texts on cell phones
    • 11. Platform
    • 12. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard)
    • 13. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed
    • 14. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed • Huge screen
    • 15. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed • Huge screen • Android cell phone operating system
    • 16. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed • Huge screen • Android cell phone operating system • Open source (Free)
    • 17. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed • Huge screen • Android cell phone operating system • Open source (Free) • More mobile phone production corporations using Android on their smartphone
    • 18. Platform • Smartphone (with QWERTY keyboard) • Add your own personal applications which are needed • Huge screen • Android cell phone operating system • Open source (Free) • More mobile phone production corporations using Android on their smartphone • More Android system users in the future - According to prediction by Gartner Inc., Andorid will be the 2nd most popular smartphone OS system in 2012
    • 19. ConCept
    • 20. ConCept • Personal user interface - Let dyslexic users decide what font, font color, background color and marking color they want to use
    • 21. ConCept • Personal user interface - Let dyslexic users decide what font, font color, background color and marking color they want to use • Text-to-speech system software
    • 22. ConCept • Personal user interface - Let dyslexic users decide what font, font color, background color and marking color they want to use • Text-to-speech system software • Speech recognition
    • 23. Audio 4 Screen
    • 24. Audio 4 Screen • Text-to-speech Reading - Use male/female voice to read texts so dyslexics do not necessarily have to read the content on screen
    • 25. Audio 4 Screen • Text-to-speech Reading - Use male/female voice to read texts so dyslexics do not necessarily have to read the content on screen • Speech Recognition (speech-to-text) - Also assist users to input text message without using keyboard but by speech
    • 26. Audio 4 Screen • Text-to-speech Reading - Use male/female voice to read texts so dyslexics do not necessarily have to read the content on screen • Speech Recognition (speech-to-text) - Also assist users to input text message without using keyboard but by speech • Attempt to reduce sound effects while operating the application in order not to distract dyslexic users
    • 27. Similar Product
    • 28. Similar Product CapturaTalk
    • 29. Prototype PART 1
    • 30. Prototype PART 2
    • 31. Prototype PART 3
    • 32. Prototype PART 4
    • 33. Future Development
    • 34. Future Development • Capture pictures or electronic documents to assist dyslexics read
    • 35. Future Development • Capture pictures or electronic documents to assist dyslexics read • Combine picture recognition software and web mapping service

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