Kaye Mao, a fourth-year student in the Interaction Design program is completing her independent thesis entitled ‘Exploratory use, and learning of, mobile touch-based technologies’ (title subject to change) with the Centre. She is interested in how we learn to use new technologies, specifically mobile touch screen technologies.
Kaye’s guest blog for this month, 5 Principles for Designing Delightful Digital Experiences for Seniors, discusses some of the barriers older adults experience when using new technology. She also shares five design principles from her research that guided her “in designing delightful digital experiences for seniors aged 60+”.
To read Kaye’s blog click on the link below:
5 Principles for Designing Delightful Digital Experiences for Seniors