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無線寬頻網路 無線寬頻網路 Presentation Transcript

  • Using Participatory Activities with Seniors to Critique , Build , and Evaluate Mobile Phones presenter: 黃節操 9577601 資訊碩專二
  • Reference
    • Authors Michael Massimi University of Toronto Ronald M. Baecker University of Toronto Michael Wu University of Toronto Sponsors ACM: Association for Computing Machinery SIGACCESS: ACM Special Interest Group on Accessible Computing Publisher ACM   New York, NY, USA
  • Introduction
    • usually designed with younger people in mind
    • “ senior-friendly”
    • participatory activities
    • We describe the functions and hardware characteristics
  • Timeline of participatory activities and tests.
  • 参與研究合作的個人資料
    • 参與研究合作的個人資料
    Hearing, mobility Expert No f 86 P5 Eyesight Moderate No f 55 P4 Tremors Moderate No f 78 P3 Hearing Novice Yes f 71 P2 Eyesight Novice Yes f 76 P1 Difficulties Comfort with PCs Mobile phone Sex Age
  • METHOD
    • Participants
    • Group Activities
    • Needs Analysis
    • Requirements Engineering
    • Paper Prototyping
    • Measurements
  • RESULTS OF GROUP ACTIVITIES Function Areas
    • Calendar
    • Address book
    • Notebook
    • Reminder alarm
    • Games
    • Emergency
  • prototype
    • 作業系統 Windows Mobile 5 OS
    • 程式 C#.NET
    • 技術 i-Mate K-JAM
  • Hardware Features
    • Large buttons
    • Screen/text size
    • Grip
    • Selection mechanism
    • Weight
    • Hearing aid compatibility
  • USER TESTS AND DEPLOYMENT
    • group meetings
    • interviews at roughly 30 and 60 days
    • We interviewed seniors in their homes
    • to ask questions about imagined use each of those place
  • DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR MOBILE DEVICES FOR SENIORS
    • Eliminate buttons on the sides and rear of devices
    • Avoid soft keys
    • A single, consistently placed button for returning to the home state should be included
    • Consider human support networks
    • Include several input modalities
    • Avoid modifier keys
    • Orient data structures towards personal, not business, use
    • Avoid slide-out keyboards
    • Carefully consider program and command naming