Human–Computer Interaction for Kids
Designing for and with children. This paper describe evolving children's abilities and discuss how children differ from adults, and how it relates with Human-computer interaction (HCI). Participation of children in the design process is also reviewed, as well as recommendations for usability testing and genre issues.
This paper is included in the excellent handbook "Human–Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Applications, Third Edition" (2012), pp. 841 - 862. Ed. CRC Press, ISBN 9781439829431