Making Mobile Devices and Computers Easier to Use for Seniors — Part 2 — Text and Icon Enhancements

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This is the second of a three-part series on ways to make digital devices easier to use for seniors. It was originally published by Community Technology Network (CTN) and is reprinted here by permission of CTN Executive Director Kami Griffiths. All images in the piece are courtesy of CTN as well. Find the first part on magnification here.As seniors continue to make up a growing portion of today’s digital society, it is important that they be able to confidently use their devices. We hope that the following how-to directions will be useful for nonprofits and libraries to help their constituents and patrons see text and images on their screens more clearly. This part discusses enlarging text and graphics and also making things on screens higher in contrast so that people can more easily see them.

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