Extra-Ordinary Human–Machine Interaction: What can be Learned from People with Disabilities?

@article{Newell1999ExtraOrdinaryHI,
  title={Extra-Ordinary Human–Machine Interaction: What can be Learned from People with Disabilities?},
  author={Alan F. Newell and Peter Gregor},
  journal={Cognition, Technology & Work},
  year={1999},
  volume={1},
  pages={78-85}
}
When specifying, designing and implementing technology for work, it is very important to consider the whole of the potential user group, and not to forget that this might include people with disabilities. Obvious reasons for this are demography, disabled people forming a significant and growing proportion of the workforce, and legal obligations caused by… CONTINUE READING

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