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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Interaction via mobile devices is a challenge for blind users, who often encounter severe accessibility and usability problems. The main issues are due to the lack of hardware keys, making it difficult to quickly reach an area or activate functions, and to the new way of interacting via touchscreen. A touchscreen has no specific reference points detectable by feel, so a blind user cannot easily understand exactly where (s)he is positioned on the interface nor readily find a specificdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-40483-2_45 fatcat:xivz2cc7mvajxokgppnxl7qgz4