Developing Adaptive Graphics (SVG) for Disabled Users
Monash Researchers are looking for people who are colour blind, have low vision, have a motor impairment or dyslexia to use a new indoor floor plan navigation tool.
The aim of the study is to understand the user experience in exploring adaptive floor plans that gets adapted to fit users’ particular vision or reading difficulties.
If you participate in the study, questions will be asked to understand your prior experience with floor plans.
You will be introduced to the adaptive floor plan via a website and will be asked to explore 2 floor plans.
You’ll be asked to perform some general way finding tasks and will obtain your feedback on overall user experience.
- The user studies will take 30‐45 minutes.
Due to COVID‐19 pandemic, this study will be done through the Zoom video conferencing platform.
If you contact us, you will be sent the Explanatory Statement and the Consent Form in an email to provide you all the details about the project and your involvement.
If you are comfortable with your participation, please reply to our email by stating that you consent to participate in this research project, and return the filled Consent form either electronically or by mail.
For more information, and to request to participate in this research, please contact:
- Dr. Anuradha Madugalla, Faculty of Information
- Email: email@example.com