2012

Designing Inclusive Systems

Designing Inclusion for Real-world Applications

ISBN: 978-1-4471-2866-3 (Print) 978-1-4471-2867-0 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Designing for the Real-world

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      Pages 1-1

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      Hospital Reality from a Lying Perspective:Exploring a Sensory Research Approach

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      Pages 13-22

      Inclusive Bus Travel: A Psychosocial Approach

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      Pages 23-32

      Safe and Inclusive Design of Equipment Used in the Minerals Industry

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      Pages 33-41

      Deploying a Two-Player System for Arm Rehabilitation in Schools

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      Pages 43-52

      Evaluating the Accessibility and Usability of Blogging Platforms for Blind Users

  3. Measuring Demand and Capabilities

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      Pages 53-53

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      Pages 55-64

      A Population Perspective on Mobile Phone Related Tasks

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      Pages 65-74

      How to Use Virtual and Augmented Reality Techniques to Design Highly Usable Human–Machine Interfaces

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      Pages 75-84

      Development and Evaluation of Sonified Weather Maps for Blind Users

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      Pages 85-92

      Achieving Inclusion in Public Spaces: A Shopping Mall Case Study

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      Pages 93-102

      Visibility Prediction Software: Five Factors of Contrast Perception for People with Vision Impairment in the Real World

  4. Designing Cognitive Interaction with Emerging Technologies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 103-103

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      Pages 105-114

      Intrinsic Motivation and Design of ICT for the Ageing Population

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      Pages 115-124

      A Framework for Studying Cognitive Impairment to Inform Inclusive Design

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      Pages 125-132

      Interactive Error Correction Using Statistical Language Models in a Client–Server Interface for Editing Mathematical Text

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      Pages 133-142

      Understandable by Design: How Can Products be Designed to Align with User Experience?

  5. Design for Inclusion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 143-143

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      Pages 145-154

      Design Advisor: How to Supply Designers with Knowledge about Inclusion?

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      Pages 155-164

      From Guinea Pigs to Design Partners: Working with Older People in ICT Design

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      Pages 165-174

      When Users Cannot be Included in Inclusive Design

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      Pages 175-183

      What is Good Design in the Eyes of Older Users?

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      Pages 185-194

      Equal Access to Information? Evaluating the Accessibility of Public Library Web Sites in the State of Maryland

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      Pages 195-204

      Clustering User Data for User Modelling in the GUIDE Multi-Modal Set-Top Box

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