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Confusion and mistrust are obstacles faced by the visually impaired community when using e-payment systems.
SENS aims to give visually impaired users confidence by providing a system with non-visual micro interactions which anticipate the user’s behaviour, allowing payment to be made faster, and with greater safety. Its consistent interface ensures smooth and easy access to information and is activated by voice and haptic gestures.
Tan Ying is a purpose-driven designer. Through simple and intuitive solutions, she hopes to design everyday products and services to be more accessible and inclusive. Her interests lie in designing for Social Good, Service and UIUX Design. moreLinkedIn
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