In addition to practicing user-centered design principles, designing digital user experiences for children requires knowledge about child development, play patterns, and conducting research with kids.
Which of these principles can we still depend on when designing for today's kids, and which are changing dramatically?
In her talk, Shuli will discuss these factors, as well as how they interact with the hottest trends in children's digital interfaces today.
Shuli Gilutz (http://il.linkedin.com/in/shuligilutz), Ph.D., specializes in user research, assessment, and design of interactive environments for children. She works both in industry and academia in designing, managing, producing, teaching, and conducting research, in a variety of user experience (UX) settings, as well as strategic consulting for development of children’s digital interfaces.
In 2002 Dr. Gilutz co-authored the first report on Children’s Web Usability with Jakob Nielsen at the NN/g, and in 2012 she founded the Child-Computer Interaction research FB group of 850 professionals world-wide. Dr. Gilutz works to combine research and practice with startups designing digital experiences for kids, families, and learning, both at Google Launchpad and MindCET accelerators.
18:30: Snacks & Coffee / Networking
19:00: Welcome & Intro
19:05: Presentation by Shuli Gilutz
20:00: Open Discussion
*This presentation will be in Hebrew
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