Audio adr (sarat koneti 2011 12-01)

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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
  • Audio adr (sarat koneti 2011 12-01)

    1. 1. Turning the Pages Touch ScreenInterfaceBritish Library Audio ADRSarat Koneti
    2. 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. 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. 4. Existing Interface Right now we are just concentrating on the audio problems of the Interface/Kisosk
    5. 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. 6. User Group• International and Multicultural Audience• Age group: 7 -75yearsTarget User Group• People with cognitive limitations(ex: autism, down syndrome)
    7. 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. 8. Our Goals • Use of directional sound system to listen to the Audio • Language translations for Audio • Interactive Audio features for Navigation
    9. 9. Concepts for possible new accessibilityenhancement and development
    10. 10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dL18JdduuhA

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