Workshop HCI and the Older Population Workshop, British HCI 2004, Leeds, U.K., September 7, 2004 The proportion of older people in the population is rapidly increasing. This workshop will provide a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss how technology design can meet the needs and wants of this important user group. It will discuss both current work and key challenges. This is a very important and timely topic because the population of the U.K., Western Europe and North America is ageing, and because most HCI research has not yet focused on this important user group. The aim of…
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