Improving deaf accessibility in remote usability testing

ASSETS, pp. 255-256, 2011.

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For studies involving Deaf participants in United States, remote usability testing has several potential advantages over face-to-face testing, including convenience, lower cost and the ability to recruit participants from diverse geographic regions. However, current technologies force Deaf participants to use English instead of their pref...More

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