Technical verification: carried out by personnel with technical knowledge of both hardware and software and specialists in its application in the social field.
Social validation of products: carried out by volunteers and final users of the product, aware of the real needs of use.
Technical verification criteria
Design and manufacturing: This section refers to the physical aspects and details of the manufacturing of the technological product.
User experience: This criterion is linked to the user's assessment when relating to the technical product or application.
Technical Features: Description of the quality of the technical specifications of the technological solution.
Accessibility: It is the degree to which people can use or access a product, technological solution or service, regardless of their technical, cognitive or physical abilities.
Social validation criteria
Impact and Utility: It describes to what extent the functionalities of the product are useful and impact on improving the life of the user.
Usability and Accessibility: Possibility of the device to be used, understood and taken advantage of under equal conditions for anyone.
Design and ergonomics: Assessment of how the design of the technological solution adapts to the person to achieve greater comfort and efficiency when using it.
Ease of acquisition: It refers to the possibilities of accessing and acquiring a technological solution by the end user.
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