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A Voice User Interface for Low-literacy Users in a Rural Community

  title={A Voice User Interface for Low-literacy Users in a Rural Community},
  author={Aur{\'e}lien Emmanuel},
  • Aurélien Emmanuel
  • Published 2013
  • The mobile phone offers a medium for harnessing the potentials of information and communication technology services to contribute to the social and economic development of low-literacy users in rural underserved communities. The design of user interfaces for information and communication services for low-literacy users remain a big challenge. User interfaces that enable the low-literacy users to interact with the services provided should be made simple and meet the experience and preferences of… CONTINUE READING
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