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Requirements Elicitation with and for Older Adults

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3 Author(s)
Sustar, H. ; City Univ., London ; Pfeil, U. ; Zaphiris, P.

The study investigated the strengths and weaknesses of existing user-centered design (UCD) methods for eliciting requirements from older adults. A case study in which older people are involved in designing, developing, and evaluating a virtual-garden prototype. Users could potentially employ this device (which has an interface that resembles a real garden) as an empathic information appliance that would provide weather forecasts and help control smart devices and assistive technologies. Creativity-oriented techniques are suggested to designers, developers, and engineers when creating products so that older people are included in the market consideration.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 3 )