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Designing Search User Interfaces for Visually Impaired Searchers: A User-centred Approach
(Queen Mary University of London, 2013-10)
The Web has been a blessing for visually impaired users as with the help of assistive technologies such as screen readers, they can access previously inaccessible information independently. However, for screen reader ...
Complexity, the auditory system, and perceptual learning in naïve users of a visual-to-auditory sensory substitution device.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2015)
Sensory substitution devices are a non-invasive visual prostheses that use sound or touch to aid functioning in the blind. Algorithms informed by natural crossmodal correspondences convert and transmit sensory information ...
Overviews and their effect on interaction in the auditory interface.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2013)
Auditory overviews have the potential to improve the quality of auditory interfaces. However, in order to apply overviews well, we must understand them. Specifically, what are they and what is their impact? This thesis ...