Want a sneak preview of Design for Kids for Christmukkah? Want to get the inside scoop on designing for the under-5 set? Want to start putting some of these ideas into practice in 2012?
You’re in luck! Here’s a draft of chapter 3, which focuses on designing for 2-4 year olds. But there’s a catch. I need your feedback. After all, what would a UX practitioner be without input from actual users/readers/customers/etc? Take a read, and if you’re so inclined, let me know the following:
- What am I missing?
- Is this what you’d expect from a Rosenfeld Media book?
- What’s boring (ie, what do I ramble on too long about?)
- What would you like to know more about?
- Is it academic enough?
- Is it too academic?
- What else?
You’ll probably be itching to correct stuff like grammar, copy, etc (I know I would) but I have a great editor for that. What would really help is feedback on the content itself.
Many thanks for your help, and for getting the conversation started about designing for kids.
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