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VOCA Design

A presentation setting out some of the constraints around the design of communication aids - in particular considering communication aids for people with moderate dysathria.

Simon Judge

on 23 September 2011

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Transcript of VOCA Design

VOCA History Lightwriter Designed for: Highly Intelligent adult with aquired condition Good Range of Movement No learning difficulty Engineering Graduate PRC - Minspeak Designed for: Highly able adults No learning difficulty Highly able children with CP Good Range of Movement Dynavox Designed for: ? Children with moderate learning difficulty Openness Decision Making VOCA
Design Motivation - People "Note the touch sensitive keys and adjustable display" "Does it make it difficult for you if people don't know how you communicate?"
"Yeah" "Spencer is a knob head.
Ha, ha ha, ha" Designed for: ? Decision Support Independent Decision Facilitated Decision Assessed Decision The Decision Support Spectrum Simon Judge D4D
Barnsley AT Team What do users
really think? Research Framework Device Design Wider Picture Context Research Context Ranking Overall Future Decision Support User Involvement Future Research Facilitated Decision A Tool? Assessed Decision Independent Decision Device Desgin Yet Another On Screen Keyboard? Specification Designing to a user Standards Methadologically Flawed Tools and Techniques? Industry? Features
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