Linked by Julian Fietkau on Fri 11th Mar 2011 09:55 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces Over the past few decades, the software that enables us to be productive with our computers has become increasingly sophisticated and complex. Today's UI designers are faced with the challenge of devising graphical user interfaces that are easy to grasp and use, yet still provide access to a wide range of features. Here are some ideas about the nature of GUI complexity, followed by a couple of thoughts on simplicity that might just surprise you.
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Unfortunately I don't have very much experience in that area, so apart from the obvious things regarding color and all that you've already mentioned, I don't think I'd be qualified.

If we're not strictly talking about software, then I encourage you to take a look at Design Meets Disability by Graham Pullin. From what I've heard and read about it, it's apparently an excellent book for understanding product design with people with disabilities in mind.

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