How Do Needs and Preferences of a User, Match the Settings of the Interfaces They Use
ICT have been moving rapidly into people’s lives nowadays. Even if living without access to ICT would be a barrier in the past, today access to ICT is required for most education, employment, and commerce, and is increasingly required for travel, health, safety, daily living and participation in most of our society. In this paper we present how the needs and preferences of the users are reflected and covered by the ICT interfaces they use.
KeywordsAccessibility Human-systems integration Interface Users with disabilities
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