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Vocal Accessibility - Your Opinion

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JuliettePoggi
JuliettePoggi Community member Posts: 6 Connected
Hello Scope Community!

My name is Juliette and I am a Research Associate at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design.
As part of my current research project at the centre I am investigating on the future of Vocal Accessibility. I would be really interested in knowing if you use voice command to access your digital devices (for example Siri).

Here a few of the informations I would like to gather from your experience:
Do you use any vocal accessible technology? 
Could you explain me why you use it or not use it?
Do you use it for any specific activity like banking, navigation or learning?

All the information collected will be exclusively used for for research purpose and consequential report. 

If you want to get in touch do not hesitate to contact me personally at juliette.poggi@rca.ac.uk

Many thanks in advance, 
Juliette
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