How sophisticated is the usage: Each one of them seems equally reasonable and depends on the objective pursued by the analyst". Instead, they chosen to use the term "digital inclusion", providing a definition:
For instance, it recommends that at least a point font size should be used as the default setting on a inch screen, with font size scaled according to the screen size and easily adjustable.
The use of time-based content, such as filling an online form within a time limit, should be minimised. Otherwise, users should have the option of extending the time limits. The set of guidelines, also known as SSwas one of two initiatives launched yesterday to support active ageing.
The other was a road map that charts the direction of developing and implementing standards for the silver industry in the next three to five years. It covers four aspects: With this road map, more guidelines that support the needs of the elderly - which could cover office ergonomics and the design of gyms, for instance - will be rolled out too.
The two initiatives were launched by national standards body Spring Singapore and the industry-led Singapore Standards Council.
They come amid increasing Internet use and an ageing population. Currently, one in eight Singaporeans is older than 65, but bythis proportion will increase to one in four. The council is a charity that promotes active ageing, and was involved in developing the guidelines on user interface design.
She said that most websites do not cater only to seniors, so developers may not have accounted for the elderly's needs in their design. Retired engineer Ngiam Tong Yuen, 78, welcomed the new guidelines.
It often causes some panic for the elderly. Print Edition Subscribe Topics:A digital divide is an economic and social inequality with regard to access to, use of, or impact of information and communication technologies (ICT).
The divide within countries (such as the digital divide in the United States) may refer to inequalities between individuals, households, businesses, or geographic areas, usually at different. Watch video · Singapore has a solution for bridging the divide between the elderly and the country's digital-savvy youth: Intergenerational tech bootcamps.
Singapore has a solution for bridging the divide between the elderly and its digital-savvy youth: Intergenerational tech bootcamps. Digital Divide in Singapore - Beyond Ubiquitous Internet Access.
by Atul Pant [email protected] Below are some thoughts by Atul Pant on the Digital Divide in Singapore. Digital divide in singapore Digital divide is the gap that exists between those who can effectively use new information and communication tools (ACT), such as the Internet, and those who cannot.
Elderly and low-income people have been identified as two major digitally disconnected groups (Rowena Culled ). Apr 08, · A new $8 million Digital Inclusion (DI) Fund will be set up in the second half of to help low-income households access the Internet.
Half of the fund will come from fines collected from the. A digital divide is an economic and social inequality with regard to access to, use of, or impact of information and communication technologies (ICT).
The divide within countries (such as the digital divide in the United States) may refer to inequalities between individuals, households, businesses, or geographic areas, usually at different socioeconomic levels or other demographic categories.