Accessible Phone Dialer & Contact       Manager application    AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
Target users• Users with disabilities:  • Visual  • Cognitive• People technologically illiterate• Elder people            ...
Application Features• Calling, Editing, Groupmanagement…           AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
Application overview. Layouts• Four different layouts         AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
Application overview. Font sizes• Three different font sizes         AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
Application overview. Scrollbar• Expandable alphabetical scrollbar                         Long click        AEGIS Worksho...
Alternative input method. Gestures• Gestures drawn on the screen to perform  actions  • Layout  • Font  • Search  • Favori...
Blind user mode. Why?• Android phones without a trackball are  not usable by blind users• Blind user mode uses the accessi...
Blind user mode. How to enable• To enable the blind user mode, the user  only has to draw a B on the screen         AEGIS ...
Blind user mode. How to use• To move between contacts:  • Downwards: left-to-right gesture  • Upwards: right-to-left gestu...
Blind user mode. Navigating                                                Claire                                         ...
Conclusions• The application is in an advanced stage  of development• It provides solutions for users with  visual or cogn...
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03 Workshop Aegis Phone Dialer & Contact Manager, Android version by Jon Azpiroz (VFE)

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Project number: 224348
Project acronym: AEGIS
Project title: Open Accessibility Everywhere: Groundwork, Infrastructure, Standards
Starting date: 1 September 2008
Duration: 48 Months
AEGIS is an Integrated Project (IP) within the ICT programme of FP7

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03 Workshop Aegis Phone Dialer & Contact Manager, Android version by Jon Azpiroz (VFE)

  1. 1. Accessible Phone Dialer & Contact Manager application AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  2. 2. Target users• Users with disabilities: • Visual • Cognitive• People technologically illiterate• Elder people AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  3. 3. Application Features• Calling, Editing, Groupmanagement… AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  4. 4. Application overview. Layouts• Four different layouts AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  5. 5. Application overview. Font sizes• Three different font sizes AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  6. 6. Application overview. Scrollbar• Expandable alphabetical scrollbar Long click AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  7. 7. Alternative input method. Gestures• Gestures drawn on the screen to perform actions • Layout • Font • Search • Favorites • Groups • Settings AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  8. 8. Blind user mode. Why?• Android phones without a trackball are not usable by blind users• Blind user mode uses the accessible components developed in another activity from the AEGIS project• It is a gesture-based interface with complete spoken feedback AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  9. 9. Blind user mode. How to enable• To enable the blind user mode, the user only has to draw a B on the screen AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  10. 10. Blind user mode. How to use• To move between contacts: • Downwards: left-to-right gesture • Upwards: right-to-left gesture• To accept the selection: • Tick gesture AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  11. 11. Blind user mode. Navigating Claire 1234567895 AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels
  12. 12. Conclusions• The application is in an advanced stage of development• It provides solutions for users with visual or cognitive disabilities• It is available on the Android Market• It has over one thousand downloads and it is rated with five stars AEGIS Workshop and International Conference, Brussels

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