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This forward-looking resource focuses on how usability and accessibility pose problems for designers and users, and how to overcome these limitations. Divided into five broad sections, it begins by addressing the nature and extent of the problem by identifying access barriers, human factors, and policy issues focused on the existing infrastructure. The subsequent sections explore tools for usability and accessibility analysis, considerations for design guidelines, and emerging trends and future technologies. The final section presents the results of the recent Workshop on Accessible Interfaces…mehr

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This forward-looking resource focuses on how usability and accessibility pose problems for designers and users, and how to overcome these limitations. Divided into five broad sections, it begins by addressing the nature and extent of the problem by identifying access barriers, human factors, and policy issues focused on the existing infrastructure. The subsequent sections explore tools for usability and accessibility analysis, considerations for design guidelines, and emerging trends and future technologies. The final section presents the results of the recent Workshop on Accessible Interfaces for Medical Instrumentation that outlines key challenges, knowledge gaps, and recommendations.
Autorenporträt
Jack M. Winters, Ph.D., is professor of biomedical engineering and John P. Raynor Distinguished Chair at Marquette University and director of the RERC on Accessible Medical Instrumentation. Since receiving a Ph.D. in bioengineering from the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco, he has been a biomedical engineering faculty member for 20 years, twice serving as department chair. His areas of research include movement biomechanics, neurorehabilitation, telerehabilitation, and accessible medical instrumentation. Molly Follette Story, M.S., is president of Human Spectrum Design, L.L.C. and codirector of the RERC on Accessible Medical Instrumentation. From 1994 to 2004, she was coordinator of research at the Center for Universal Design at North Carolina State University and twice served as its interim executive director. She is also a Ph.D. student in ergonomics at University of California-Berkeley.