Cross Cultural Differences in Designing for Accessibility and Universal Design

Abstract : This workshop brings together researchers and practitioners interested in cross cultural differences and cultural sensitivities in accessibility, assistive technologies, inclusive design and methods for working with disabled and older users. It will provide an opportunity to discuss and debate the opportunities and challenges for developing accessible and usable technologies for people with disabilities and older people in different cultural contexts.
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Helen Petrie, Gerhard Weber, Jennifer Darzentas, Charudatta Jadhav, Zhengjie Liu. Cross Cultural Differences in Designing for Accessibility and Universal Design. 16th IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Sep 2017, Bombay, India. pp.518-520. ⟨hal-01680230⟩

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