Pluses, minuses, choices … as if game design isn’t hard enough, what about trying to make games accessible for people with disabilities? This is especially important for folks working to make games and apps for mobile health, health care communities, building health literacy, crowdsourcing health information and research, and so much more along those lines. I’m so disappointed that I missed this presentation by Eric Maslowski of the 3D Lab in the Duderstadt Center. I bet once you see these slides, you’ll be bummed you missed it, too. So check this out, then check out Eric’s websites (more info below). And then, someone please pay the man to repeat this when I can come?
Eric Maslowski. Mouthstick to Full Access: Accessibility Concerns for Mobile Applications: http://www.slideshare.net/EricMaslowski/accessibility-concerns-for-mobile-applications
More about Eric.
Find Eric in the Library: http://www.lib.umich.edu/users/emaslows
Eric Maslowski, Artician: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~emaslows/