A Pilot Study of the Intuitiveness of Smartphone Camera Interface for Elderly Users
We propose a ZUI (zoomable user interface)-based smartphone interface for elderly users. The proposed interface extends the application design space to provide an overview that allocates space to each function of the application according to its importance. According to the feedback of interviewees, an overview augmented by text-based guidance facilitated their understanding of the application.
KeywordsDesign philosophy of HCI and UX Zoomable User Interface
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