Exploring inclusive design partnerships through an IDEA framework to support deaf or hard of hearing australian children in design process participation
OZCHI '17: Proceedings of the 29th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction
Association for Computing Machinery
School of Arts and Humanities
The potential to provide users with a positive experience is enhanced when design addresses users' needs and desires. This can be achieved when users are included in the design process. Inclusion is even more essential when users have a disability. This paper describes an IDEA Framework that explores inclusive design partnerships where deaf or hard of hearing Australian children are facilitated by other individuals in design processes.