Accessibility: a case of "us and them"?
conference contributionposted on 2009-04-08, 08:05 authored by Matthew T. Atkinson, Colin Machin
Why bother researching into enabling better access for disabled people to computer systems, especially the increasingly important area of virtual worlds? What benefits could this research possibly give to wider society? This paper presents an overview of our past and ongoing research in the areas of accessibility and usability, in an effort to explain how such work can benefit us all. It then discusses game and virtual world accessibility in more depth and brings the other strands of our work into this context.
The Grundy Educational Trust and Loughborough University
- Computer Science
CitationATKINSON, M.T. and MACHIN, C.H.C., 2007. Accessibility: a case of "us and them"? DSAI 2007, Software Development for Enhancing Accessibility and Fighting Info-exclusion, 8-9 November, Vila Real Campus of University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD)
Publisher© The authors
NotesThis conference paper was delivered at DSAI 2007: http://dsai2007.utad.pt/