Calendars for Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities: A Comparison of Table View and List View
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Original versionSandnes, F. E., & Lundh, M. V. (2015, October). Calendars for Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities: A Comparison of Table View and List View. In Proceedings of the 17th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility (pp. 329-330). ACM. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2700648.2811363
Calendars can be important memory aids for individuals withcognitive disabilities. This study compared the effect of thepopular two-dimensional table calendar view and the simpler listview. A controlled experiment was conducted involving 10individuals with cognitive disabilities and 10 controls. The resultsshow that the list view gave significantly fewer errors and shortersearching times, while editing took longer with the list view.