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Healthcloud - Participatory design of user interfaces for senior people’s active aging

@inproceedings{Normark2017HealthcloudP,
  title={Healthcloud - Participatory design of user interfaces for senior people’s active aging},
  author={J{\"o}rgen Normark and {\AA}sa Wikberg-Nilsson and Cecilia Bj{\"o}rklund and Sari-Anne Wiklund-Axelsson},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of the interdisciplinary HealthCloud pre-study project was twofold: to further knowledge of user experiences of inclusive interface design specifically for an ageing population, and to develop a digital service for senior persons with sensory decline to promote healthy living and active ageing. [] Key Result The pre-study project outcomes are prototypes of digital health service content and interfaces, aimed for a future digital HealthCloud service. Participants in the reference-group found the…
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