Translating Interaction Design Guidelines for Dyslexic Children ’ s Reading Application

@inproceedings{AzizTranslatingID,
  title={Translating Interaction Design Guidelines for Dyslexic Children ’ s Reading Application},
  author={F. S. A. Aziz and Husniza Husni and Zulikha Jamaludin}
}
guideline was specifically designed and developed with the motivation to help ease and reduce dyslexic children's difficulties in reading. It is well established that dyslexics, due to dyslexia, have difficulties to learn, especially when it comes to reading that is caused by visual and auditory deficits. Unfortunately, reading applications, mostly in English language, are not designed specifically for dyslexics in terms of its form, content, and behaviour for such application. Hence, to help… CONTINUE READING

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