A globally ageing population is more frequently required to utilize information systems as caregiving agencies and government policies adapt newer technologies to sustain efficiency. This unique user group commonly has difficulty with the solutions presented to them, and recent studies have focused on establishing the causes of these difficulties and possible solutions to them. However, these approaches are spread over a variety of technology domains (e.g. Mobile, Web, Desktop) and there seems to be little alignment between them, despite some obvious overlaps. In this paper, we conducted a systematic literature review to provide a structured overview of the current state of the literature regarding user interface development for elderly users over a variety of domains. Possibilities for future research and significant findings are also discussed.