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Evaluation of technology for enhanced accessible interaction framework for local Thai museums

Evaluation of technology for enhanced accessible interaction framework for local Thai museums
Evaluation of technology for enhanced accessible interaction framework for local Thai museums
Technology Enhanced Interaction Framework (TEIF) and method for enhancing interactions with people, technology, and objects was developed and successfully validated by three developer experts, three accessibility experts, and an HCI professor. The TEIF main components are people, objects, technology, interactions and communications, while the TEIF method involves asking questions with multiple choice answers and technology suggestions, Interaction Diagrams and Use Case Diagrams. For an evaluation of the TEIF method, an illustration involving a hearing impaired visitor to a small local museum was developed. An experiment with 36 developers showed that it was possible to use the TEIF method to evaluate requirements for technology solutions to problems with interaction with hearing impaired people better than other methods. The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities

Development of "Technology Enhanced Interaction Framework (TEIF)" to support human interaction. Technology and objects And it was evaluated by three software professionals, three hearing-impaired professionals, and a professor of human-computer interaction design. (HCI). The core elements of TEIF are: person, object, technology, interaction Time / place context The TEIF process is a process that assists in gathering user requirements and designing software. Demand aggregation tool is a question of choice. 4. User-selectable situation analysis based on the query. The answer is linked to the technology stored in the database, where TEIF will display the relevant technology. Simultaneous display of design examples using the TEIF Interaction and Use Case diagrams. 36 technology designers. Comparative experiments on TEIF method and other method. The results showed that TEIF Method Designers Can choose the right requirements and
Technology responds better to other method groups. Respondents to the questionnaire after the test found that TEIF improves the ability to assess users' needs, design technologies that relate to the disabled. hear And other disabled
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Wald, Michael, Angkananon, Kewalin and Gilbert, Lester (2016) Evaluation of technology for enhanced accessible interaction framework for local Thai museums. 28 pp .

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Abstract

Technology Enhanced Interaction Framework (TEIF) and method for enhancing interactions with people, technology, and objects was developed and successfully validated by three developer experts, three accessibility experts, and an HCI professor. The TEIF main components are people, objects, technology, interactions and communications, while the TEIF method involves asking questions with multiple choice answers and technology suggestions, Interaction Diagrams and Use Case Diagrams. For an evaluation of the TEIF method, an illustration involving a hearing impaired visitor to a small local museum was developed. An experiment with 36 developers showed that it was possible to use the TEIF method to evaluate requirements for technology solutions to problems with interaction with hearing impaired people better than other methods. The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities The TEIF method helped developers significantly select a solution better than other methods and significantly the solution rate was closer to expert ratings than other methods. Questionnaire results showed that TEIF method helped to evaluate requirements and technology solutions to interaction problems hearing impaired people and would also help with gathering requirements and designing solutions for people with other disabilities

Development of "Technology Enhanced Interaction Framework (TEIF)" to support human interaction. Technology and objects And it was evaluated by three software professionals, three hearing-impaired professionals, and a professor of human-computer interaction design. (HCI). The core elements of TEIF are: person, object, technology, interaction Time / place context The TEIF process is a process that assists in gathering user requirements and designing software. Demand aggregation tool is a question of choice. 4. User-selectable situation analysis based on the query. The answer is linked to the technology stored in the database, where TEIF will display the relevant technology. Simultaneous display of design examples using the TEIF Interaction and Use Case diagrams. 36 technology designers. Comparative experiments on TEIF method and other method. The results showed that TEIF Method Designers Can choose the right requirements and
Technology responds better to other method groups. Respondents to the questionnaire after the test found that TEIF improves the ability to assess users' needs, design technologies that relate to the disabled. hear And other disabled

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Published date: 2016
Organisations: Web & Internet Science, Electronic & Software Systems

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411875
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Date deposited: 28 Jun 2017 16:31
Last modified: 31 Jul 2020 16:32

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Author: Michael Wald
Author: Kewalin Angkananon
Author: Lester Gilbert

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