Applying usability and accessibility evaluations to shape user-centred health information interfaces

Presenter: Amanda Adams, Phd Candidate

Usability and accessibility evaluations are crucial in debunking the many assumptions that surround how users interact online, and for inexperienced or resource poor developers, these activities are poorly conducted or commonly neglected. These activities have the ability to shape interfaces to improve access and use by all, emerging as an important factor in an increasingly digitised health sector with expectations of equality in use. This final thesis review will present research outcomes exploring real world development of health resources, identifying barriers to practice and influence of user diversity on evaluation outcomes.


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