Orality-Grounded HCID : Understanding the Oral User

@inproceedings{Rosenfeld2009OralityGroundedH,
  title={Orality-Grounded HCID : Understanding the Oral User},
  author={Roni Rosenfeld and Jahanzeb Sherwani and Nosheen Ali and Carolyn Penstein Ros{\'e}},
  year={2009}
}
While human-computer interaction (HCI) methodologies are designed to be general, they have most often been applied in the context of literate end users in the West. These methodologies may, however, need rethinking for application in HCI for the developing world (HCID) contexts, where many of the basic assumptions that underpin the methods may not always hold true. In this article, we present an overview of one factor that is signiacantly different in the HCID context—the literacy of the end… CONTINUE READING
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