Deaf children are an underrepresented group in technology development, despite the potential technology has to aid them in language acquisition. Requirements elicitation prototyping allows Deaf children to act in an informant role in the creation of key technologies. This paper presents a case study of requirements elicitation prototyping conducted with young Deaf children in order to identify issues within the process. Potential solutions to each issue are provided, so that designers working with young Deaf children as informants can
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