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Interface Design Strategy of Elderly Smart Phones Based on User Experience

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DOI: 10.23977/jaip.2022.050406 | Downloads: 25 | Views: 686

Author(s)

Zeyu Wang 1

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1 Department of Communication Design, Dankook University, Yongin-si, South Korea

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Zeyu Wang

ABSTRACT

Population aging has become a major problem in China's social development. With the development of society and the renewal of ideas, the lifestyle of the elderly has undergone significant changes. Nowadays, the mentality of the elderly is getting younger and younger, and their ideas are getting more and more advanced. They are ready to understand the modern information life and enjoy the benefits of the information revolution. As an indispensable personal device in modern life, smart phones are widely used by the elderly. However, with the constant updating of the information age and the diversity of interface design, it is difficult for the elderly to bridge the gap between cognitive habits and smartphone use habits. Interface design is an important means of human interaction, and also an important means to bridge the knowledge gap between the elderly and smartphones.

KEYWORDS

User Experience, Aged, Smart Phone Interface Design

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Zeyu Wang, Interface Design Strategy of Elderly Smart Phones Based on User Experience. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Practice (2022) Vol. 5: 40-47. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jaip.2022.050406.

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