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Re-imagining commonly used mobile interfaces for older adults

Nicol, Emma and Dunlop, Mark and Komninos, Andreas and Lennon, Marilyn and Baillie, Lynne and Edwards, Alistair and Eslambolchilar, Parisa and Goodman-Deane, Joy and Hakobyan, Lilit and Lumsden, Jo and Mulder, Ingrid and Rau, Patrick and Siek, Katie (2014) Re-imagining commonly used mobile interfaces for older adults. In: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services. ACM, pp. 585-588. ISBN 978-1-4503-3004-6

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Abstract

Many countries have an increasingly ageing population. In recent years, mobile technologies have had a massive impact on social and working lives. As the size of the older user population rises, many people will want to continue professional, social and lifestyle usage of mobiles into 70s and beyond. Mobile technologies can lead to increased community involvement and personal independence. While mobile technologies can provide many opportunities, the ageing process can interfere with their use. This workshop brings together researchers who are re-imagining common mobile interfaces so that they are more suited to use by older adults.