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Accessible Touch: Evaluating Touchscreen PIN Entry Concepts with Visually Impaired People Using Tactile or Haptic Cues

  • Phil Day
  • Elina Jokisuu
  • Andrew W. D. Smith
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10896)

Abstract

Findings are presented from a user test of several different concepts to enable personal identification number (PIN) entry on a touchscreen by people who are blind or partially sighted. A repeated measures experimental design was used for the user test, with all participants using all concepts in a randomised order. Results are presented, and wider implications of this study and the subsequent approvals are discussed.

Keywords

Self-service technology Touchscreen accessibility Visual impairment 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.User Centred Design, NCR CorporationDundeeUK

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