What makes graphical user interface so difficult for visually impaired people, and what to do about it.

B.P.L.M. den Brinker, M.S. van Delden, M. Goudsbloem

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationVisual rehabillitation: Assessement interventions and outcomes
    EditorsC. Steun, A. Arditi, A. Horowitz, M.A. Lang, B. Rosenthal, K.R. Seidman
    Pages860-866
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    den Brinker, B. P. L. M., van Delden, M. S., & Goudsbloem, M. (2000). What makes graphical user interface so difficult for visually impaired people, and what to do about it. In C. Steun, A. Arditi, A. Horowitz, M. A. Lang, B. Rosenthal, & K. R. Seidman (Eds.), Visual rehabillitation: Assessement interventions and outcomes (pp. 860-866)