Interaction design and children international workshop 28-29 August 2002 Eindhoven University of Technology The Netherlands Keynote speakers Allison Druin Justine Cassel University of Maryland MIT Media Laboratoryer Theme Recent years have seen a growing research interest in children as users of technology and in design methods that will address their specific and changing needs, interests and capacities. This topic has traditionally attracted the interest of child psychologists, marketing studies, and media studies. More recently, the field of human-computer interaction has recognized the need to tailor existing user-centered design techniques or to invent new techniques to meet the special requirements…
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