Hands down

They hit the wrong keys, can’t press keys hard enough to activate them, and have difficulty reading the screen. Technology users with disabilities? Yes, but according to a new study, this also describes many mobile phone users without disabilities. Study conclusion: accessibility features should be added to mainstream products. AOMS conclusion: since three years ago yesterday, that’s what we’ve been trying to tell you.

ZDNet UK: Mobile users make same errors as disabled PC users

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