What? Someone out there doesn’t want to just use the mouse? If you’re sighted, it’s great, interfaces are perceived in at least 2d. If you’re blind, interfaces are most often perceived as 1d. Thoughts and ideas on how blind and sighted users alike see computer interfaces differently, and how to consider ways interfaces can be as efficient for blind users, as they are cool and innovative for their sighted counterparts.
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