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UX15- Designing Experiences For Children(Chaitali Tannirwar) by uxindia

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October 25, 2015

UX15- Designing Experiences For Children(Chaitali Tannirwar) by uxindia

Designing experiences for children while designing any interface is a unique and challenging situation for all UX professionals. It's not just a matter of good intuitive and simple interface - but it require us to consider many consideration as per the age group, interaction models and child's perspective.



October 25, 2015

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  3. How Kids are Different?

  4. Children are curious and love to explore Young kids have

    no go-to patterns, no mold, no expectations about how something should work
  5. Children can have different Interactions Patterns and Mindsets Need to

    consider wide range of possibilities and abilities as per the age group.
  6. Child Centric Design Model

  7. ** Images Reference – www.uxkids.com

  8. Key Considerations

  9. Affordance is the King Technology needs to become increasingly closer

    to real life, enabling rather than restrictive https://youtu.be/4Y3eEtbxprM
  10. Childproof Navigational Interface Need for ‘Childproof’ navigation interface to prevent

    children accidentally brushing or touching the menu while using the application
  11. Understand Kids Gestures the right way Advance gestures like multi-touch,

    swiping are all learned behaviors
  12. Testing the Patience Kids don’t have a lot of patience.

    They want to immediately find something that interests them
  13. Accessibility for Children All children deserve a fair chance to

    have a great user experience in terms of knowledge and fun – including children with disabilities ** Images Reference – www.barrierbreak.com
  14. Key Takeaways

  15. Play is an important part of designing experiences for children

    ,for any research we have to Think like a Child “Play is the highest form of Research ” -Albert Einstein
  16. Top Resources • http://uxkids.com/ • http://www.sesameworkshop.org/our-blog/2012/12/17/sesames-best-practices-guide-for- childrens- app-development/ • http://uxbrighton.org.uk/UX-for-kids/

    • https://uxmag.com/articles/designing-apps-for-kids • http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/the-building-blocks-of-designing-ux-for-kids--webdesign-17303 • http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2012/03/dads-plea-developers-ipad-apps-children/
  17. Thank You Chaitali Tannirwar writetochaitali@gmail.com https://in.linkedin.com/in/chaitalitannirwar Design : Danesh T