WSIS Planning 2012

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Relevant Documents

Props for WSIS

List of what we need to bring to WSIS 2012:

  • Cellphone Galaxy - Nexus
  • PX2230MW Touchscreen LCD Monitor
  • Touchscreen Laptop (LINUX DRIVERS????)
  • Two more Computer Screens
  • RFID tags/rings
  • Mannequin hands Adult and Child


Personas to use for Demonstration

  • Hand # 1 - Elderly Person – in SUDAN - Omar / 50-years old / Sudanese farmer / does not use computers / cannot read
  • Hand # 2 - Low Vision [Enlarged Text] - Timothy / 55-years old / businessman / has low vision
  • Hand # 3 - Physical Disability - Nisha / 18-years old / student / has quadriplegia / uses headpointing and on screen keyboard
  • Hand # 4 - Elderly person US - Elaine/ 85-years old / grandmother / does not use computers
  • Hand # 5 - Very Low Vision [Magnifier] - Carla / 30-years old / software developer/ has very low vision
  • Hand # 7 - Blind [Screen reader] - Andrei / 28-years old / lawyer / is blind
  • Hand # 8 - Cognitive, language, and learning disabilities (Touch and read, read and highlight - different low contrast colors ??????) - Tim / 12-years old / student / has a learning disability
  • Hand # 9 - Deaf/HoH [Captions/Transcript] - Chun / 19-years old / university freshman / is deaf since age 4

Note: There is no hand # 6

DEMOS

  1. MS Windows and its built in features in LIBRARY
    1. All access usability features
    2. WebAnywhere
      1. ??? launch under windows for disability --
    3. Email, Chat and Picture sharing (as subset of the TWO above)
      1. Showing std apps plus EASYONE for elderly
    4. Easy-one Africa ???
      1. In coop with AHMED M. M. EISA
    5. Read Write Gold
  2. LINUX/GNOME and all its AT - LAPTOP (touchscreen)
    1. Font, Contrast, Theming, Screen reader, Screen Enlarger, On Screen Keyboard
    2. Email, Chat and Picture sharing (as subset of the TWO above)
      1. Showing std apps plus EASYONE for elderly
    3. Easy-one Africa ???
      1. In coop with AHMED M. M. EISA
  3. Android phone (Galaxy Nexus)
    1. NFC - trigging all user Settings
    2. Some talking APP
  4. Read Write Gold
    1. on Screen Keyboard
    2. Only English and Spanish?
  5. Web App with UI Options


Features for the Demo

  • End-to-end personalization on a Linux workstation
  • Optionally, based on development timelines, we may be able to demonstrate Windows or Mac equivalents
  • Two ways for a user to identify themselves:
    1. Login screen
    2. USB stick
  • Three different types of profiles, showing how we can configure both the operating system itself and third-party assistive technologies:
    1. Display settings: high contrast, font size
    2. Screen magnifier (GNOME Shell Mag)
    3. Screen reader (Orca)
  • Illustrate (either through a demo or speaking to it architecturally) the ability to store preference profiles locally on the USB stick without requiring a network connection.