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Pub. period:1999-2010
Pub. count:5
Number of co-authors:5


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Wendy A. Rogers:
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Daryle Gardner-Bonneau's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Wendy A. Rogers:52
Scott Isensee:10
Neil Charness:7

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Publications by Daryle Gardner-Bonneau (bibliography)

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Lueder, Rani, Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle, Rogers, Wendy A. and Charness, Neil (2010): RETHINKING ELDER DESIGN. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 54th Annual Meeting 2010. p. 708.

Rani Lueder, will discuss the implications the findings from her industrial design class projects at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena involving elderly simulations to evaluate products and environments. Class projects emphasized simulations of the functional limitations of elders aged 80+ years to evaluate the design implication of anthropometric, cognitive / psychosocial, physical / motor coordination, visual, hearing and kinesthetic dimensions. In an informal poll of a small group of HF professionals, opinions were divided about whether or not "baby boomers" would find themselves left behind by technology when they reached the age of 65, like many of today's older adults seem to be. Technologies that used to be simple (phones, cars) have gotten increasingly complex, and one could argue that usability, overall, has decreased for everyone. But are there things we can do that can help ensure that older adults never find themselves on the "wrong" side of the digital divide? I think there are some universal rules that can be applied that would help, but the question is whether the profession will actually apply them. Dr. Rogers will discuss the sequence of including older adults in the testing of future home technologies: starting with focus groups and interviews, testing of initial prototypes in the Human Factors&Aging Laboratory, wizard-of-oz testing in the Aware Home Residential Laboratory, and then field testing in older adults' homes. Dr. Charness will discuss the CREATE system, which includes an emphasis on design guidelines that incorporates consideration of a range of elder design considerations that include perceptual changes, cognitive changes, psychomotor changes, attitudes and the physical and social environment and their effect on how well a technology or a tech training program works for older adults. His presentation will include a discussion of practical considerations, including how to design a time-out interval for inputting text messages on a cell phone (a rare case where what works for older adults doesn't work for younger ones). He will also discuss examples from his research for the NRC on human factors in home healthcare.

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Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle (2010): Is Technology Becoming More Usable -- or Less -- and With What Consequences?. In Journal of Usability Studies, 5 (2) pp. 46-49.

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Reed, Paul S., Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle and Isensee, Scott (2004): Software accessibility standards and guidelines: progress, current status, and future developments. In Universal Access in the Information Society, 3 (1) pp. 30-37.

This article reviews progress in the development of standards and guidelines for software accessibility, including those developed within international and US standards bodies. Key factors driving efforts to identify and define effective design guidelines for software accessibility include demographic trends and the graying population, new legislation and the increasing pervasiveness of information technology and devices. An overview of the US Software Accessibility draft standard, including accessibility-focused design guidance for Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems, is provided. A variety of resources providing design guidance for improved accessibility are identified, and expected developments in formal standards for software accessibility are discussed.

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Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle (2001): The whiteboard: the joy of (sex) psychology. In Interactions, 8 (1) pp. 19-22. Citation

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Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle (ed.) (1999): Human Factors and Voice Interactive Systems. Kluwer Academic Publishers

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