Wednesday 6th May, 2015
11:50am to 12:25pm
Through my research with children, games and learning (all of which I’ve worked with over a number of years) I have found that the way kids use interfaces differ a lot from adult interaction patterns. They have different search patterns, language skills, cognitive skills and motor skills. And this has a big impact on the way we should design interfaces when the users are children.
This subject is important, because kids these days use online tools from before they can read. They are growing up in a new paradigm – they have not known the world before the Internet. This impacts the way they act on, interact with, and perceive, the web.
In this talk, I will inform you about the way kids interact with interfaces, how it differs from the interaction patterns of adults, and provide you with some guidelines on how to design (non-game) web interfaces for kids.
Lecturer, researcher, consultant, speaker - UX, interaction design and presentation skills. Hater of bullet points.
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