Jason Yip, Lindsey Arnold, Alysse Gallo, Kung Lee, Caroline Pitt, Kiley Sobel, Sijin Chen
Participatory design (PD) with children is not a new method within design research; it has been used with children of all ages (e.g., ), abilities (e.g., ), and contexts (e.g., ) to create new designs for children. A lot of great designs, from Nick.com's Do Not Touch Button to the International Digital Children's Library (childrenslibrary.org), have relied on bringing children to the forefront of design. However, there is often a hidden unglamorous process in starting and running these teams. Researchers have studied some of the difficulties of co-design , but there is a lot that isn't covered about the…
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