Wyrwane z kontekstu – “Making Your Website Senior Friendly”

  • Break information into short sections.
  • Give instructions clearly and number each step.
  • Minimize the use of jargon and technical terms.
  • Use single mouse clicks.
  • Allow additional space around clickable targets.
  • Use 12- or 14-point type size, and make it easy for users to enlarge text.
  • Use high-contrast color combinations, such as black type against a white background.
  • Provide a speech function to hear text read aloud.
  • Provide text-only versions of multimedia content.
  • Minimize scrolling.
  • Choose a search engine that uses keywords and doesn’t require special characters or knowledge of Boolean terms.

Źródło: Making Your Website Senior Friendly: Tips from the National Institute on Aging.

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