How Teens with Visual Impairments Take, Edit, and Share Photos on Social Media

論文URL:http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3173574.3173650

論文アブストラクト:We contribute a qualitative investigation of how teens with visual impairments (VIP) access smartphone photography, from the time they take photos through editing and sharing them on social media. We observed that they largely want to engage with photos visually, similarly to their sighted peers, and have developed strategies around photo capture, editing, sharing, and consumption that attempt to mitigate usability limitations of current photography and social media apps. We demonstrate the need for more work examining how young people with low vision engage with smartphone photography and social media, as they are heavy users of such technologies and have challenges distinct from their totally blind counterparts. We conclude with design considerations to alleviate the usability barriers we uncovered and for making smartphone photography and social media more accessible and relevant for VIPs.

日本語のまとめ:

目の不自由な人の、写真の撮影/編集/共有をするソーシャルメディアとの関わり方を調査。多くの人と同様に使う一方で、自撮り/拡大/瞬間的に写真を消したいときに不便さあり。彼らの実践をもとに不便さを軽減する推奨デザインを提案

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