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Modelling User-Product Interaction

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Despite continuing technological advances, there are still many products that are unusable for broad sections of the population, including older and impaired users. In order to design more accessible and usable products, designers need better models that can predict how people with varying levels of capability interpret and use different features on product interfaces. In this talk, Anna will present the research from her first year report, covering the existing methods for modelling interaction between product features and user capabilities. Anna will present plans for her further research for discussion and feedback.

This talk is part of the EDC Inclusive design series.

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