How to make a mobile phone more user friendly for elderly and disabled people.

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GCSE GSCE ICT Mind Map on How to make a mobile phone more user friendly for elderly and disabled people., created by Lana Mills on 13/05/2013.
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How to make a mobile phone more user friendly for elderly and disabled people.
  1. Bigger screen - So that they can see the screen better.
    1. Big buttons - So that they can see the buttons more clearly and interact with them better.
      1. Voice recognition - This helps the user to ask for help without having to interact with the mobile phone, this will waste less time.
        1. Higher resolution of screen - Helps the screen to become more clearer.
          1. Easy Adjustment of Brightness/Volume - Will help the user to adjust the features to what suits them.
            1. Non touchscreen - Will make it difficult for the elderly and disabled to navigate.
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