Features of a phone to adapt old people

Amy Cavill
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GCSE Revision Note on Features of a phone to adapt old people, created by Amy Cavill on 05/10/2013.

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Some people find mobile phone features difficult to use, such as those who are elderly disabled. What can be done to make mobile phones more user friendly for these people?

To make mobile phones more user friendly you could add big buttons on phones. This makes them more easily visible and easier to press. This makes it so people who many not be able to type or see the smaller keys that are on phone, can be able to see and press them without any hassle.

Another way of making a phone more user friendly, would be to use a bigger screen. A screen that is bigger than average, so people can see it. 

Perhaps you could make the phone speak to you, so people that have bad hearing will be able to hear it.

Bigger text. The text could be bigger so that partially blind people can read it.

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