Exploring User Motivations for Eyes-free Interaction on Mobile Devices
2012.05 | CHI 2012
While there is increasing interest in creating eyes-free interaction technologies, a solid analysis of why users need or desire eyes-free interaction has yet to be presented. To gain a better understanding of such user motivations, we conducted an exploratory study with four focus groups, and suggest a classification of motivations for eyes-free interaction under four categories (environmental, social, device features, and personal). Exploring and analyzing these categories, we present early insights pointing to design implications for future eyes-free interactions.
mobile devices, user motivation, eyes-free
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems