Children

A Framework of Touchscreen Interaction Design Recommendations for Children (TIDRC): Characterizing the Gap between Research Evidence and Design Practice

A Framework of Touchscreen Interaction Design Recommendations for Children (TIDRC): Characterizing the Gap between Research Evidence and Design Practice

ABSTRACT HCI researchers have established a number of evidence-based design recommendations for children’s touchscreen interfaces based on developmental appropriateness. Yet, these recommendations are scattered within the academic literature and lack […]

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Multitouch Tablet Applications and Activities to Enhance the Social Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Multitouch Tablet Applications and Activities to Enhance the Social Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Abstract In spite of great improvements in early diagnosis and interventions, most children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are unlikely to live independently when they reach adulthood. We have

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Involving End-Users in HCI Education: A Case Study and Steps Forward

Involving End-Users in HCI Education: A Case Study and Steps Forward

Abstract Users are at the core of HCI—they are the focus of our designs, evaluations, and HCI pedagogy; however, limited research exists on how HCI/design students engage with end-user populations

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