L'utilisabilité pour l'utilité : nouveau design d'un pèse-personne connecté.

Abstract : Abstract The balance quality tester (BQT) is a device for remote assessment of balance quality for older people at risk of falling. To ensure its usefulness for long-term home monitoring, two issues are at stake: ease-of-use on a regular basis and trust in the validity of the data acquisition. Using a Human-centred and Participatory Design approach, the BQT has been redesigned so as to fit the users' needs.
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Karine Lan Hing Ting, Guillaume Dessinger, Dimitri Voilmy. L'utilisabilité pour l'utilité : nouveau design d'un pèse-personne connecté.. Journée IHM & Santé, May 2019, Metz, France. ⟨hal-02262443⟩

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