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How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
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How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)
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How to test with children (Polish IA Summit 2012)

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How to test with children - based on a few catastrophes and many (sweet) monsters - our team shared their experience in testing usability and playability with kids 3-12 years old for numerous projects …

How to test with children - based on a few catastrophes and many (sweet) monsters - our team shared their experience in testing usability and playability with kids 3-12 years old for numerous projects (speach at Polish IA Summit 2012)

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  • 1. How to test with children?based on a few catastrophes and many (sweet) monstersIga MościchowskaBarbara Rogoś +48 530 837 629 1 contact@witflow.com
  • 2. WHY TESTING WITH CHILDREN IS DIFFERENT? +48 530 837 629 2 contact@witflow.com
  • 3. Children’s behaviour is extreme +48 530 837 629 3 contact@witflow.com
  • 4. Kids are honest… to the bone +48 530 837 629 4 contact@witflow.com
  • 5. Looks like for babies, too childish. I no longer participate in such webpages, I have time.Too many animations, it stopspointlessly all the time.
  • 6. 7 +48 530 837 629 contact@witflow.comOlder kids are eager to take challenges
  • 7. They cooperate willingly (also with moderator) +48 530 837 629 8 contact@witflow.com
  • 8. HOW TO PREVENT CATASTROPHES? +48 530 837 629 9 contact@witflow.com
  • 9. Make sure the research labis cosy and attractive +48 530 837 629 10 contact@witflow.com
  • 10. Don’t go overboard +48 530 837 629 11 contact@witflow.com
  • 11. Eliminate all the threats +48 530 837 629 12 contact@witflow.com
  • 12. Arrange a waiting room(fairy tales, coloring books (!)) +48 530 837 629 13 contact@witflow.com
  • 13. An example of kid’s creation– a screen from a tested game +48 530 837 629 14 contact@witflow.com
  • 14. Separate siblings, if possible +48 530 837 629 15 contact@witflow.com
  • 15. Choose the children carefullyin terms of experience with computer +48 530 837 629 16 contact@witflow.com
  • 16. Explain the situation and show the lab to the parent +48 530 837 629 17 contact@witflow.com
  • 17. Connect with both the parent and the child +48 530 837 629 18 contact@witflow.com
  • 18. Start with a safe topic(favourite story, game, class etc.) +48 530 837 629 19 contact@witflow.com
  • 19. Sweets for breaking the ice +48 530 837 629 20 contact@witflow.com
  • 20. 21 +48 530 837 629 contact@witflow.comChoose a drink/snack withlittle potential of disaster
  • 21. Before and after – never during the test +48 530 837 629 22 contact@witflow.com
  • 22. Don’t say „test”, „research”, „study” +48 530 837 629 23 contact@witflow.com
  • 23. The maximum time is 1 hour meeting, but aim for 30-40 minutes24 +48 530 837 629 contact@witflow.com
  • 24. Co-discovery learning method 25
  • 25. Co-discovery learning method with parents 26
  • 26. Create a hardly structured scenario… 27http://www.flickr.com/photos/arttue/4478733612
  • 27. 28 +48 530 837 629 contact@witflow.com… and a special tool for measuring satisfaction 
  • 28. Choose your phrases carefully 29http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/2405124325
  • 29. Allow an easy help from moderator orresigning the task completely +48 530 837 629 30 contact@witflow.com
  • 30. 31 +48 530 837 629Have some picklocks ready… contact@witflow.com
  • 31. … and a plan B
  • 32. Make sure the chair is matched to the child’s height +48 530 837 629 33 contact@witflow.com
  • 33. 34 +48 530 837 629 contact@witflow.com Ask more questions (about understanding the phrases) edit understood as eliminate
  • 34. If it doesn’t work, focus on observations +48 530 837 629 35 contact@witflow.com
  • 35. Expressive reactions tell you more than words 36
  • 36. Be ready for anycatastrophy, becausekids are unpredictable ;) +48 530 837 629 37 contact@witflow.com
  • 37. ie. traumatic communication problemsand other unexpected twists +48 530 837 629 38 contact@witflow.com
  • 38. Contact the parents a day after the testto get additional feedback +48 530 837 629 39 contact@witflow.com
  • 39. Questions? +48 530 837 629 40Credit by: Simmbarb contact@witflow.com
  • 40. ux & usability studio www.witflow.com im@witflow.com br@witflow.com +48 530 837 629 41 contact@witflow.com

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