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Title: Comparativa d'accessibilitat entre tres processadors de text online
Author: Martín Vilar, David
Director/Tutor: Ribera, Mireia
Roig Marcelino, Jordi
Keywords: Usabilitat (Disseny de sistemes)
Interacció persona-ordinador
Programari
Treballs de fi de grau
Persones amb discapacitat
Tractament de textos
User-centered system design
Human-computer interaction
Computer software
People with disabilities
Word processing
Bachelor's thesis
Issue Date: 24-Jan-2021
Abstract: [en] This project consists of a user test with the objective of evaluating whether the chosen word processors help the user make accessible documents. Accessibility is the design and creation with the objective of making content that can be accessed by everybody, even users with disabilities should be able to access the same content as everybody else. The user test consists of creating a document in two of the three chosen word processors, which are Microsoft Word 365 online, Google Docs and Dropbox Paper. The user sample consists of 24 institute professors. They must create the aforementioned documents with the context of creating a document for their students, among whom there is a student with vision problems and a blind student. Following the given instructions, the users use various functionalities of the word processors. The objective is evaluating if each of the functionalities is accessible. The results of the user test conclude that the word processors don’t help the users on creating accessible documents.
Note: Treballs Finals de Grau d'Enginyeria Informàtica, Facultat de Matemàtiques, Universitat de Barcelona, Any: 2021, Director: Mireia Ribera i Jordi Roig Marcelino
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/181830
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