Co-designing a speech interface for people with dysarthria,EdgeBraille: braille-based text input for touch devices,Editorial,Presentation of spatial information in navigation aids for the visually impaired,Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: Serious Games, Alternative Realities, and Play Therapy,Viewpoint: the iPad as a mobile assistive technology device,Young vs. old – landscape vs. portrait: a comparative study of touch gesture performance
ICCHP (International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs)
The ICCHP (International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs) conference takes place every two years in Europe. JAT is pleased to publish in this issue a selection of papers from the mobile technology strand at ICCHP 2014, which took place in the University of St Denis, near Paris. The move from specialist equipment to everyday mobile technologies has been one of the biggest changes to affect the assistive technologies world, and the papers in this issue raise some important issues to which we are sure to return in the future.