ISSUE # 03

Every day, the digital world around us becomes more complicated. While millenials and the technically savvy population find it easy to manoeuvre around complicated digital gadgets, and we talk about keeping things simple for users, we nearly always overlook one demographic that finds the digital interfaces around us to be excessively complex.

Our older adults require interfaces that can accommodate both their requirements and their limitations. We look at how we might make digital interfaces around us less difficult for the elderly, making UX genuinely inclusive, in this senior citizen special issue of DesignWhine magazine.

In this issue

Taking Inclusive Design Beyond Lip Service

Taking Inclusive Design Beyond Lip Service

When it’s time to replace my mom/dad’s smart phone I get sleepless nights. Replacing their phones means hours of figuring out an easier way to explain to them how to…

In Search Of An Elder-Friendly Digital World

In Search Of An Elder-Friendly Digital World

It is expected that the number of people over the age of sixty will more than double by 2050 and triple by 2100. Globally, the group of people over sixty…

Amazing Grace Ling

Amazing Grace Ling

The supremely talented Grace Ling spills the beans on her childhood, journey and Design Buddies in a candid interview with DesignWhine It’s a monotonous Sunday afternoon as I log in…