Print Email Facebook Twitter Attuning speech-enabled interfaces to user and context for inclusive design: Technology, methodology and practice Title Attuning speech-enabled interfaces to user and context for inclusive design: Technology, methodology and practice Author Neerincx, M.A. Cremers, A.H.M. Kessens, J.M. van Leeuwen, D.A. Truong, K.P. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Publication year 2009 Abstract This paper presents a methodology to apply speech technology for compensating sensory, motor, cognitive and affective usage difficulties. It distinguishes (1) an analysis of accessibility and technological issues for the identification of context-dependent user needs and corresponding opportunities to include speech in multimodal user interfaces, and (2) an iterative generate-and-test process to refine the interface prototype and its design rationale. Best practices show that such inclusion of speech technology, although still imperfect in itself, can enhance both the functional and affective information and communication technology-experiences of specific user groups, such as persons with reading difficulties, hearing-impaired, intellectually disabled, children and older adults. © The Author(s) 2008. Subject InformaticsMultimodal interactionSpeech technologyUniversal accessUser experience engineeringBest practiceContext dependentDesign rationaleInclusive designInformation and Communication TechnologiesInterface prototypeMultimodal interactionMultimodal user interfaceOlder adultsSpeech technologyTest processUniversal accessUser experience engineeringUser groupsUser needAuditionInteractive computer systemsTechnologyUser interfacesSpeech communication To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:76cad1a0-f796-4e0a-bd33-576f6c7c7fc3 DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-008-0136-x TNO identifier 181276 ISSN 1615-5289 Source Universal Access in the Information Society, 8 (2), 109-122 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.