Prescription bottles are notoriously difficult to read. They tend to have small type and are crammed with information. While most people can manage these bottles, older generations with seasoned eyes can sometimes struggle with the compact text. After much research for this endeavor my partner and I aimed to address some of these issues.
Using large sans serif typefaces we found that our audience had an easier time reading the labels. Boldly colored icons were used for quick references as to what the medications treat. Square bottles enabled a better grip than round small bottles, and were more gentle on arthritic hands. We met with a group of individuals who struggle with the every day issues that come with aging. They informed us that there were many aspects of their lives that have become more difficult as they got older, such as low vision, limited mobility, and cognitive decline. Using the information they gave us and lots of research we found a direction for our prototype.
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Prescription bottles are notoriously difficult to read. They tend to have small type and are crammed with information. While most people can manage these bottles, older generations with seasoned eyes can sometimes struggle with the compact text. After much research for this endeavor my partner and I aimed to address some of these issues.
We met with a group of individuals who struggle with the every day issues that come with aging. They informed us that there were many aspects of their lives that have become more difficult as they got older, such as low vision, limited mobility, and cognitive decline. Using the information they gave us and lots of research we found a direction for our prototype. Using large sans serif typefaces we found that our audience had an easier time reading the labels. Boldly colored icons were used for quick references as to what the medications treat. Square bottles enabled a better grip than round small bottles, and were more gentle on arthritic hands.
Prescription bottles are notoriously difficult to read. They tend to have small type and are crammed with information. While most people can manage these bottles, older generations with seasoned eyes can sometimes struggle with the compact text. After much research for this endeavor my partner and I aimed to address some of these issues.
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We met with a group of individuals who struggle with the every day issues that come with aging. They informed us that there were many aspects of their lives that have become more difficult as they got older, such as low vision, limited mobility, and cognitive decline. Using the information they gave us and lots of research we found a direction for our prototype. Using large sans serif typefaces we found that our audience had an easier time reading the labels. Boldly colored icons were used for quick references as to what the medications treat. Square bottles enabled a better grip than round small bottles, and were more gentle on arthritic hands.
Prescription bottles are notoriously difficult to read. They tend to have small type and are crammed with information. While most people can manage these bottles, older generations with seasoned eyes can sometimes struggle with the compact text. After much research for this endeavor my partner and I aimed to address some of these issues.
We met with a group of individuals who struggle with the every day issues that come with aging. They informed us that there were many aspects of their lives that have become more difficult as they got older, such as low vision, limited mobility, and cognitive decline. Using the information they gave us and lots of research we found a direction for our prototype. Using large sans serif typefaces we found that our audience had an easier time reading the labels. Boldly colored icons were used for quick references as to what the medications treat. Square bottles enabled a better grip than round small bottles, and were more gentle on arthritic hands.