Articles by Oskar Jonsson
Dr. Jonsson has a PhD in Industrial Design, an MFA in the History and Theory of Design, and is Assistant Researcher at the Centre for Ageing and Supportive Environments. His research focuses on user-centered design and the relationships between older people and products.
Cross-National Usability Study of a Housing Accessibility App: Findings From the European InnovAge Project
Abstract The present usability study concerns an evaluation of an Android based mobile application (app) targeting housing accessibility issues, in a prototype stage for a touch tablet. The objective was to identify and compare elicited usability issues involving senior citizens in two different national contexts: Sweden and Latvia. Applying a problem discovery approach, the study […] [Read More]