A Case Study Using a Methodological Approach to Developing User Interfaces for Elderly and Disabled People

  title={A Case Study Using a Methodological Approach to Developing User Interfaces for Elderly and Disabled People},
  author={Rich Picking and Alexia Robinet and Vic Grout and John McGinn and Armando Roy Delgado and Simon Ellis and Denise Oram},
  journal={Comput. J.},
In this paper, we present a case study on the development of interfaces for elderly and disabled users. The domain of the case study was situated in the home environment, where we focused on producing affordable technologies to enable users to interact with and to control home appliances. We have developed ambient user interfaces that are integrated in familiar home artefacts, such as televisions and digital picture frames. These interfaces are connected remotely to a home network and are… CONTINUE READING


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