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Participatory Design Social App

How do deaf students in Brazil use the Facebook application in mobile phones? How can one develop a participatory design social app for them?
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Participatory Design Social App

How do deaf students in Brazil use the Facebook application in mobile phones? Furthermore, how can one design a social network application for deaf people? In response, authors Ricardo Pezzotti Schefer and Luciana A. Martinez Zaina used participatory design to address these questions. 

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