Accepted Submissions for Student Research Competition

Tapsonic: One Dimensional Finger-mounted Multimodal Line Chart Reader
Zeyuan Zhang, UCL Interaction Center, University College London
CaseGuide: Making Cheap Smartphones Accessible to Visually Impaired People in Informal Setlements
Roos Van Greevenbroek, UCL Interaction Centre, University College of London
Designing Embodied Musical Interaction for Children with Autism
Grazia Ragone, Department of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex
The Compliance Mindset Exploring Accessibility Adoption in Client-Based Settings
Emma L. Holliday, UCL Interaction Center, University College London
Establishing a Serious Game on Relationship Boundaries for People with Developmental Disabilities
Samantha Conde, Department of Theater Arts, Film & Digital Media, University of California, Santa Cruz
Deconstructing a “puzzle” of visual experiences of blind and low-vision visual artists.
Yulia Zhiglova, Tallinn University
Assistive Technology Design as a Computer Science Learning Experience
Supporting Selfie Editing Experiences for People with Visual Impairments
Soobin Park, Ewha Womans University
Behaviors, Problems and Strategies of Visually Impaired Persons During Meal Preparation in the Indian Context : Challenges and Opportunities for Design
Avyay Ravi Kashyap, IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay