Involving domain experts in assistive technology research

@article{Allen2008InvolvingDE,
  title={Involving domain experts in assistive technology research},
  author={Meghan Allen and Rock Leung and Joanna McGrenere and Barbara Purves},
  journal={Universal Access in the Information Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={145-154}
}
Teams engaging in assistive technology research should include expertise in the domain of disability itself, in addition to other areas of expertise that are more typical in human–computer interaction (HCI) research, such as computer science and psychology. However, unexpected problems can arise when HCI researchers do not adequately plan the involvement of domain experts in a research project. Although many research teams have included domain experts when designing assistive technologies… CONTINUE READING

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