• Kid Pad_A design collaboration between children, technologists, and educators
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Tags/Keywords

children, design techniques, cooperative design, educational applications, evaluation, participatory design, social issues, Pad++, KidPad

Copyright Status

Copyright ACM 1997

Citation

Druin, A., Stewart, J., Proft, D., Bederson, B., Hollan, J. (1997, March). KidPad: a design collaboration between children, technologists, and educators. Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, 463-470, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Resource Type

Papers and Reports

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Overview

The article summarizes the collaboration experience between adult experts and children in designing KidPad, an expressive digital medium with an intuitive interface. It describes the goals of the application development, user profile and the design process.

Intended Audience

Researchers

Topic Area

Technology Studies, Participatory Design

Authors

Allison Druin, Jason Stewart, David Proft, Ben Bederson, Jim Hollan

Home Page Link

http://sigchi.org/chi97/proceedings/briefing/ajd2.htm

Comments

Paper describes how Children, Technologists and Educators collaborated to design KidPad

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