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Designing with elderly for elderly

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  • C. Sas
  • P. Bagnall
  • A. Coman
  • Fields B. (Editor)
  • Stockman T. (Editor)
  • Nickerson L.V. (Editor)
  • Healey P.G.T. (Editor)
Publication date2006
Number of pages3
<mark>Original language</mark>English
EventHCI 2006 - Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 11/09/200615/09/2006


ConferenceHCI 2006
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom


This one-day workshop will offer an interdisciplinary forum of discussions for practitioners and academic researchers interested in designing for elderly users. The two important issues that will be explored relate to the distinct set of needs, expectations and values that characterises tomorrow's generation of elderly, the retired baby boomers. These characteristics challenge our preconceptions of older users and require a new approach to design. The second issue pertains to design methodology and seeks to explore innovative design methods that can be used to successfully involve elderly users in the design process. © BCS HCI Group Conference: Engage, HCI 2006.All right reserved.

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Export Date: 29 April 2020