Design and Assessment of User Interface Optimized for Elderly People. A Case Study of Actgo-Gate Platform
Artur Rot , Robert Kutera , Wiesława Gryncewicz
AbstractIn much of the world, particularly the developed world, there’s a growing aging population. Our work focuses on user experience and its impact on user interface design of web-based applications for elderly people. The paper presents the set of aging-centered user interface design guidelines. An initial collection of guidelines was first developed through an extensive review of the human-computer interaction and agingoriented literature and through applying a series of classification methods. Then the Authors proposed an assessment framework, which could be used as an universal tool to evaluate the web-based system according the user interfaces dedicated for elderly people. The detailed guidelines were grouped into 7 categories which were granted with appropriate importance weights. In the next section ActGo-Gate platform was presented as a web-based application dedicated for activating and supporting elderly people. Finally, the user interface of the system was evaluated according the proposed criteria
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Rocker Carsten, O'Donoghue John, Ziefle Martina, Maciaszek Leszek, Molloy William (eds.): Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health. (ICT4AWE 2017), 2017, SCITEPRESS, ISBN 978-989-758-251-6, 246 p.
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|Keywords in English||User Experience, Elderly People, Human-computer Interaction, GUI, Web-based Applications|
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