Stephan Pölzer, Klaus Miesenberger,
"2D Presentation Techniques of Mind-maps for Blind Meeting Participants"
, in Cecilia Sik-Lányi, Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf, Klaus Miesenberger, Peter Cudd: Assistive Technology, Serie Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, Vol. 217, IOS Press, Amsterdam, Seite(n) 533, 2015
2D Presentation Techniques of Mind-maps for Blind Meeting Participants
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Mind-maps, used as ideation technique in co-located meetings (e.g. in brainstorming sessions), which meet with increased importance in business and education, show considerably accessibility challenges for blind meeting participants. Besides an overview of general aspects of accessibility issues in co-located meetings, this paper focuses on the design and development of alternative non-visual presentation techniques for mind-maps. The different aspects of serialized presentation techniques (e.g. treeview) for Braille and audio rendering and two dimensional presentation techniques (e.g. tactile two dimensional array matrix and edge-projection method ) are discussed based on the user feedback gathered in intermediate tests following a user centered design approach.