Articles by Chris Bailey
Chris Bailey is an accessibility and usability consultant at AbilityNet, a UK charity that supports disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home, or in education. He has worked on a range of accessibility-related projects and his published work in academia explored the potential of mainstream technologies to support e-learning and social inclusion.
Personalization Services: Creating Accessible Public Terminals
A new generation of accessible and usable automated teller and ticket vending machines uses two personalization interaction approaches to overcome barriers faced by many people, including those who are disabled. [Read More]