CORPORATE Maypole Project Team
Boy: "When Mom and Pop aren't around, I watch TV and play games. They moan about me leaving my clothes lying around and not doing my homework. I don't see why I should tell them where I'm going." Parent: "Boys don't do their homework, they forget things, and they disappear. They ought to have wires on their heads so we could track them. Nothing else would help." Figure. All photos in the article are taken by children who participated in Maypole's user research. Children's communicative behavior differs in many ways from that of their parents. Kids' fidgety energy, impatience,…
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