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Usability of masonry grids for older users who are not tech-savvy?

I am redesigning my company's site. The primary persona is a marketing director in her 50s (edit: late-career professional, not retired / senior citizen) who is computer-literate for basic tasks but ...
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What's the best body font size for responsive sites for seniors?

The National Institute on Aging says 12-14 points, but I'd like know what makes sense in pixels since point size are different for different font families. Google Bootstrap body font is 14px. Is that ...
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Senior Usability and Navigation

Does anyone have any current resources for senior usability? I'm specifically researching navigation: tabs and accordions. The Jacob Nielsen site has a report that's over a decade old. I'm looking for ...
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designing for 45+ years old users

What are the things I need to consider when I design for the users that are 45-70 old? I know a little about vision, hearing and dexterity problems, but what are other problems that some of you ...
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How do you deal with technologically impaired and ignorant clients? [closed]

I got an email today from my parents, that the navigation in their website/shop (Prestashop) is broken and they get an error if they click it. I had a look, and it turns out they manually deleted at ...
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Information density vs. number of pages for users with low computer literacy

Any suggestions for design patterns/best practices regarding less pages/higher info density vs. more pages/less info density when your audience has low-level computer literacy? The particulars: I'm ...