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Reading card 2 for Usability, Accessibility and User Centered design course @TLU #IMKE

Reading card 2 for Usability, Accessibility and User Centered design course @TLU #IMKE

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    • Reading card 2 usability
    • ReferenceLores, J. (n.d.). Studying the Usability of a web site focused on children Usability Engineering Process Model ( UEPM ). Engineering.
    • Summary statement Most users prefer to learn software byexploration and in childhood the active multimedia environments favor exploration and make learning more stimulating, attractive and amusing.
    • Key concepts Design for children needs very widerange of elements taken into account:age and skills are main factors to meet needs for usability and accessibility.
    • Key arguments and relationshipsDesign should support smaller children and also keep interest of older ones.Solution can be different for different target groups.
    • Key findings and contributions 3-6 reading, computer experience 7-10 mental model, associations 10-13 almost adults
    • Ideas, observations and critiques All age groups should be taken into account by creating a system forchildren. Special attention is needed by smallest ones.
    • General ideasAdaptive system according users age, experience etc.
    • Conclusion:UEPM works well but you haveto take into account ALL users (user groups).