social networking for the elderly

We know all about social networking, right? Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, Friendster, Meetro, AIM, Linkedin, etc. We all know who uses these networks, and perhaps even better, we know whom they exclude too. Meet design student Ben Arent. He’s engaging in a new project that takes user interface to new heights by solidifying how social networks could be able to collectively group everyone together, regardless of technological savvy-ness. Click through to read more at his proof concept site, Jive, a social networking site that explores the possibilities of three products that could get the elderly involved in the whole networking of faces and spaces.
Jive

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