Provide instructions for unfamiliar interfaces and processes
Providing instructions for unfamiliar interfaces and processes helps users get accustomed to the interface quickly with very little or no training.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
This feature aids people with Cognitive, Language and Learning Disabilities to get accustomed to a new and unfamiliar interface quickly.
Related Research and Papers
- Indoor wayfinding: Developing a functional interface for individuals with cognitive impairments- Alan L. Liu, Harlan Hile, Henry Kautz, Gaetano Borriello, Pat A. Brown, Mark Harniss and Kurt Johnson
- Adaptive tools for the elderly: new devices to cope with age-induced cognitive disabilities - Joaquim A Jorge
- Making the Internet accessible for people with cognitive and communication Impairments - David Poulson, Colette Nicolle
- Lessons learned from participatory designs with and for people with dementia - Julia M. Mayer, Jelena Zach
- Accessibility for Older Users through Adaptive Interfaces: Opportunities, Challenges and Achievements - Rob Edlin-White, Sue Cobb, Mirabelle D’Cruz, Anne Floyde, Sarah Lewthwaite, Johann Riedel