To develop an alcohol awareness mobile application that optimises
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Creating mobile applications with high standard user interfaces is something that has been recently introduced within the past couple of years. Due to mobile applications evolving drastically over the past decade this area of design is new to many people. The demands society has surrounding mobile applications is high so there is extra pressure to make sure the usability and accessibility has been carefully considered during design and development. The main focus of this study was to discover what is involved in order to create a mobile application that is useable and accessible, and then use these elements when designing and developing the application for inhibited users. This dissertation explores a vast variety of literature surrounding these areas of mobile design. There are a number of practical research methods including observation and questionnaires carried out by the participants who will test the system once it has been developed. Results are then analysed using graphs to be able to notice clear patterns within the data so design amendments can be made.
BSc Hons Computing
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