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Child-Centered Evaluation: Broadening the Child/Designer Dyad

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Author(s): Sofia Pardo | Steve Howard | Frank Vetere

Journal: Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
ISSN 1687-5893

Volume: 2008;
Date: 2008;
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ABSTRACT
Some settings challenge a literal interpretation of user-centered design orthodoxy; that design is best done for a user, by designing with that user. We explore the value that a copresent proxy and interpreter can bring to certain hard-to-reach or difficult-to-interpret situations; in this case the evaluation of educational software intended to be used by children. We discuss the effect that introducing a teacher had on the results of the evaluation and conclude that adding an expert-based component to evaluations increased its diagnostic power.
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