저시력인을 위한 화면확대 프로그램의 효율적 인터페이스 설계를 위한 제언

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As the modern society is increasingly oriented toward information society due to the revolutionary development of information technologies, more interest has been taken in the information obtainment by the low-vision. For the low-vision to obtain information, a PC and his access to it are the most important.
This thesis proposes the design principles and user interface the a developer should observe in developing a screen magnifier for the low-vision, and analyzes the previously developed screen magnifier programs using the assessment items based on the design principles and user interface. It also aims to identify the problems of korean screen magnifiers and suggest the improvements that should be made urgently for the better information obtainment by the low-vision. We also provide the directions that should be taken in the future development efforts.
Specifically, the most popular two programs which are used to domestic low-visions are Zoomtext8.1 and LV2002. I analyze the function of each interface and compare them. Then, I will suggest the improvements of the screen magnifier program for the low-vision.
The various problems cannot be solved by a single agency or organization. For the low-vision to secure their accessibility, not only should the related technologies and systems be improved, but also people should change their awareness for the matter and reach a consensus in the society.
교육대학원 정보.컴퓨터교육
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2004. 8
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ. 서론 1
Ⅱ. 이론적 배경 3
1. 저시력의 정의 3
2. 저시력인들의 정보현황 4
3. 저시력 장애인의 정보접근을 위한 보조기구 10
Ⅲ. 화면확대 프로그램의 현황 16
1. 외국의 저시력인용 화면확대 프로그램 개발 현황 16
2. 국내 저시력인용 화면확대 프로그램 개발 현황 19
Ⅳ. 화면확대 프로그램 인터페이스 분석 및 효율성 제고 21
1. 화면확대 프로그램 인터페이스 분석 21
2. LV와 ZoomText의 인터페이스 비교분석 31
3. 화면확대 프로그램의 효율적 인터페이스 설계 제언 40
Ⅴ. 결론 47
참고문헌 49
조선대학교 교육대학원 정보컴퓨터교육전공
李秀貞. (2004). 저시력인을 위한 화면확대 프로그램의 효율적 인터페이스 설계를 위한 제언
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