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Mobile Social Media for the Blind: Preliminary Observations

@inproceedings{Qiu2015MobileSM,
  title={Mobile Social Media for the Blind: Preliminary Observations},
  author={S. Qiu and Jun Hu and G. Rauterberg},
  year={2015}
}
Mobile social media penetrates into common people’s lives and extensive researches are concerned about their use behaviors. However, the blind and visually impaired users as special user groups are often ignored. Only few researches have been conducted to understand their interactions with current mainstream mobile social media. By the assistance of Hong Kong Blind Union, six blind and visually impaired smartphone users participated in this research. Qualitative research methods are adopted… Expand
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