Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction 2013. 2013, 11-20
In this paper, we present a Child-to-Child method (C2C) for co-designing with children for younger children. The method is illustrated using a design case, where an interactive space for young children in Children’s Museum was designed. Three-dimensional interactive books are envisioned and explored with children, and consequently embedded into the ‘Book Nook’ exhibit. This interactive environment was developed and prototyped by an intergenerational design team. The paper reflects upon challenges and opportunities provided by working with C2C method and presents results of preliminary investigation of an interactive space design that employs a novel concept of a 3D book.
Reprint of a paper published in: Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction 2013 , pp. 11-20. Made available here with permission from IADIS: http://www.iadis.org/