Klaus Miesenberger, Cordula Edler, Andrea Petz,
"Tools and Applications for Cognitive Accessibility"
, in Yeliz Yesilada, Simon Harper: Web Accessibility - A Foundation for Research, Serie Human-Computer Interaction Series, Springer, Seite(n) 523, 2019
Tools and Applications for Cognitive Accessibility
Sprache des Titels:
Web Accessibility - A Foundation for Research
Cognitive Accessibility is an important aspect of Web accessibility addressing a considerably large number of users and showing a high impact on general usability. Cognitive accessibility has been on the agenda in Web accessibility since its beginning but the body of R&D is much smaller and also guidelines, standards, techniques, and tools are vaguer as well as addressed at a lower priority. The recent focus on cognitive accessibility in W3C/WAI changes the situation. This chapter discusses the state of the art and the different domains, where R&D is needed for guidelines and standards, inclusion and participation of end users, take-up of the digital potential in service provision and new tool development based on user tracking/understanding and Artificial Intelligence (AI). We conclude by proposing a new concept of user involvement and a framework for R&D supporting the integration of profiling, annotating, adapting and translating content for personalized Cognitive Accessibility and using/adapting proven and stable HCI concepts.