Evaluating interfaces with children
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Children are very different from adults—they have developing motor skills, limited reach, short attention spans, limited exposure to traditional user interfaces and social protocols. How do we evaluate user interfaces for children? In this paper, we present four evaluative techniques that we have successfully used with children.
KeywordsLearning Evaluation Children Usability testing Stations
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