Prangnat Chininthorn
Prangnat Chininthorn
PhD candidate, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
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Exploration of deaf people’s health information sources and techniques for information delivery in cape town: a qualitative study for the design and development of a mobile …
P Chininthorn, M Glaser, WD Tucker, JC Diehl
JMIR human factors 3 (2), e6653, 2016
Mobile communication tools for a South African Deaf patient in a pharmacy context
P Chininthorn, M Glaser, A Freudenthal, WD Tucker
IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2012
Design direction analysis for a health knowledge transfer system for Deaf people and health professionals in Cape Town
P Chininthorn, JC Diehl, M Glaser, WD Tucker
The First International Conference on Smart Portable, Wearable, Implantable …, 2015
Communication tool design for Deaf to Hearing in South Africa
P Chininthorn
M Tucker
The Use of Smartphones and a Health Knowledge Transfer System for Deaf Patients and Health Professionals
P Chininthorn, JC Diehl, WD Tucker, J Diehl
Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks & Applications Conference, 2015
A mobile survey for collecting data from Deaf people who use sign language for communication
AJ Henney, P Chininthorn
2021 Conference on Information Communications Technology and Society (ICTAS …, 2021
Usability of an authoring tool for generalised scenario creation for signsupport
L Duma, P Chininthorn, M Glaser, WD Tucker
Telkom, 2015
Community-based co-design for accessible health information for Deaf people in a context with societal complexity
P Chininthorn
Delft University of Technology, 2021
Mobile questionnaire for collecting data from Deaf people
P Chininthorn, M Glaser, WD Tucker, JC Diehl
DeafNET Africa Conference 2016, 2016
The investigation on pattern of dialogs and interactions during pharmaceutical communication & The designs of the initial prototype
P Chininthorn, M Parker, M Motlhabi
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