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|Title:||Designing accessible ICT products and services - The VERITAS accessibility testing platform|
|Keywords:||Accessibility testing;Disabled users;Simulation and modelling;Usability evaluation;Virtual user|
|Publisher:||Association for Computing Machinery|
|Citation:||Association for Computing Machinery, 113 - 116, 2014|
|Abstract:||Among the key components of designing accessible products and services for disabled users is accessibility testing and support. The VERITAS FP7 project has developed a platform that consists of several tools that provide automatic simulation feedback and reporting for built-in accessibility support at all stages of ICT product development. In this explorative pilot study, we evaluated the usability and technology acceptance of using three of these tools in the design of accessible GUI-based ICT products in five application domains. A sample of 80 designers/developers (12 female; 68 male) evaluated the three tools by filling in the standard SUS and TAM questionnaires. Results revealed good usability and technology acceptance for all three tools as a novel accessibility testing method. The VERITAS platform can offer an intuitive solution in accessibility design and can ensure that ICT products are designed for all. © 2014 ACM.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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