Guidelines are grouped by topic and presented in bullet format or in tables, which makes [this book] ideal as a quick-reference text.
This book is well written in a clear, straightforward language.
[A]ppropriate as a basic reference for practitioners and designers who want to better serve the aging population. I could also envision it being incorporated as a supplementary text in a course on aging and human factors.
I highly recommend [this book] for product designers or readers wanting an introduction to age-related design issues.
- Ergonomics in Design, Summer 2005
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