The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence.
Whitney, Gill (2003) The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence. In: 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction, Crete. Published in Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society. Stephanidis, Constantine, ed. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates., pp. 1340-1344. ISBN 0-8058-4933-5
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This paper came out of my work as chair of the European Design-for-all and Assistive Technology Standardisation Co-ordination Group (a working group of the European ICT standards board) and described the difference between the requirements for older and disabled people to use mainstream products and the lack of provision of accessible useable technology. It lead to an invitation to the Ministerial Conference on e-Inclusion entitled "ICT for an Inclusive Society" in Riga, Latvia, in June 2006, to lead the users input to EU mandate 276.
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|Research Areas:||Middlesex University Schools and Centres > School of Science and Technology > Computer Science|
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