Take out your mobile phone,dial a number,but imagine you are blind.                              Krajnc E., Feiner J., Sch...
User Centered Interaction Designfor Mobile ApplicationsFocused on Visually Impairedand Blind PeopleElmar Krajnc, Johannes ...
Project Ways4all  Routing and way finding  Indoor navigation  Communication with public transport  Integration in one devi...
User Centered Design Know your user   Survey   Interviews Personas                       Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
User Centered Design Result - concept for a user interface   Textual interface   Simple menus   No extra screen reader    ...
Prototyping Review with experts Iteration of the UI design                              Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
Implementation of the application Java ME platform Screen reader Talks First Results and problems   Wrong UI components   ...
Usability Engineering Expert reviews Usability testing                        Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
Refactoring of the UI Simplify the user input Every text information has to be readable Using High Level API Elements     ...
Outlook SW Development is in progress   New features   Integration UI   More reviews and tests   Converting to other platf...
Conclusion Developing for special user groups is challenging Know your user Use iterative interaction design to build a be...
Thanks for your Attention             Elmar Krajnc          elmar.krajnc@fh-joanneum.at           Johannes Feiner        j...
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Usab10 User Centered Interaction Design for Mobile Applications Focused on Visually Impaired and Blind People

  1. 1. Take out your mobile phone,dial a number,but imagine you are blind. Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  2. 2. User Centered Interaction Designfor Mobile ApplicationsFocused on Visually Impairedand Blind PeopleElmar Krajnc, Johannes Feiner, Stefan SchmidtUSAB 2010, 4.-5. November 2010, Klagenfurt Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  3. 3. Project Ways4all Routing and way finding Indoor navigation Communication with public transport Integration in one device, a mobile phoneThis paper: a barrier free UI Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  4. 4. User Centered Design Know your user Survey Interviews Personas Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  5. 5. User Centered Design Result - concept for a user interface Textual interface Simple menus No extra screen reader Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  6. 6. Prototyping Review with experts Iteration of the UI design Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  7. 7. Implementation of the application Java ME platform Screen reader Talks First Results and problems Wrong UI components Not everything is read by a screen reader Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  8. 8. Usability Engineering Expert reviews Usability testing Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  9. 9. Refactoring of the UI Simplify the user input Every text information has to be readable Using High Level API Elements Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  10. 10. Outlook SW Development is in progress New features Integration UI More reviews and tests Converting to other platforms like Android Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  11. 11. Conclusion Developing for special user groups is challenging Know your user Use iterative interaction design to build a better mobile application Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.
  12. 12. Thanks for your Attention Elmar Krajnc elmar.krajnc@fh-joanneum.at Johannes Feiner johannes.feiner@fh-joanneum.at Stefan Schmidt stefan.schmidt.ITM07@fh-joanneum.at FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences www.fh-joanneum.at/itm Krajnc E., Feiner J., Schmidt S.

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