Accepted Technical Papers

“I can't name it, but I can perceive it” Conceptual and Operational Design of “Tactile Accuracy” Assisting Tactile Image Cognition
“If you’ve gone straight, now, you must turn left” -- Exploring the use of tangible interfaces in a collaborative treasure hunt for people with visual impairment
“I just went into it assuming that I wouldn’t be able to have the full experience”: Understanding the Accessibility of Virtual Reality for People with Limited Mobility
“Maps are hard for me”: Identifying how older adults struggle with mobile maps
A mobile cloud collaboration fall detection system based on ensemble learning
Access differential and inequitable access: Inaccessibility for doctoral students in computing
Accessible creativity with a comic spin
AIGuide: An augmented reality hand guidance application for people with visual impairments
Bespoke reflections: Creating a one-handed braille keyboard
Bridging the divide: Exploring the use of digital and physical technology to aid mobility impaired people living in an informal settlement
Chat in the Hat: A portable interpreter for sign language users
Comparison of Methods for Teaching Accessibility in University Computing Courses
Designing and evaluating head-based pointing on smartphones for people with motor impairments
Disability and the COVID-19 pandemic: Using Twitter to understand accessibility during rapid societal transition
Exploring collection of sign language datasets: Privacy, participation, and model performance
Eyelid gestures on mobile devices for people with motor impairments
Haptic and auditive mesh inspection for blind 3d modelers
How blind and visually impaired composers, producers, and songwriters leverage and adapt music technology
Inclusive improvisation through sound and movement mapping: From DMI to ADMI
Input accessibility: A large dataset and summary analysis of age, motor ability and input performance
Lessons from expert focus groups on how to better support adults with mild intellectual disabilities to engage in co-design
Lessons learned in designing ai for autistic adults: Designing the video calling for autism prototype
Living disability theory: Reflections on access, research, and design
Making GIFs accessible
Making mobile augmented reality applications accessible
Navigating graduate school with a disability
PLACES: A Framework for Supporting Blind and Partially Sighted People in Outdoor Leisure Activities
Playing with others: Depicting multiplayer gaming experiences of people with visual impairments
Privacy considerations of the visually impaired with camera based assistive technologies: Misrepresentation, impropriety, and fairness
Reading experiences and interest in reading-assistance tools among deaf and hard-of-hearing computing professionals
Sense and accessibility: Understanding people with physical disabilities’ experiences with sensing systems
Smooth sailing? Autoethnography of recreational travel by a blind person
SoundWatch: Exploring smartwatch-based deep learning approaches to support sound awareness for deaf and hard of hearing users
TableView: Enabling efficient access to web data records for screen-magnifier users
Teacher views of math e-learning tools for students with specific learning disabilities
The reliability of fitts's law as a movement model for people with and without limited fine motor function
The role of sensory changes in everyday technology use by people with mild to moderate dementia
The TalkingBox: Revealing strengths of adults with severe cognitive disabilities
ThermalCane: Exploring thermotactile directional cues on cane-grip for non-visual navigation
TIP-Toy: A tactile, open-source computational toolkit to support learning across visual abilities
Travelling more independently: A requirements analysis for accessible journeys to unknown buildings for people with visual impairments
Understanding Audio Production Practices of People with Vision Impairments
Understanding in-situ use of commonly available navigation technologies by people with visual impairments
Value beyond function: Analyzing the perception of wheelchair innovations in Kenya
Visual Content Considered Private by People Who are Blind
Web-ALAP: A web-based LaTeX editor for blind individuals
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