Thursday, May 03, 2007

Universal Usability Book

Usability design for disabilities ...

"In a new book from Wiley Publishers called Universal Usability: Designing Computer Interfaces for Diverse Populations (click on this link to order the book) by Jonathon Lazar, TeachTown has a chapter written by myself, Dr. Lars Liden (our CTO), Dr. Brooke Ingersoll (now with Michigan State University), and Sven Liden. In Chapter 9, TeachTown highlights the development process and research for producing TeachTown: Basics. The chapter briefly reviews the literature on treatments for autism and computer-assisted interventions, it also emphasizes the importance of using evidence-based practices and implications of computer instruction is discussed along with future research directions of TeachTown and other technology-based autism companies."    (Continued via Dr. Chris’ Autism Journal)    [Usability Resources]

Universal Usability: Designing Computer Interfaces for Diverse User Populations

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