Event Date/Time: Jul 01, 2003 End Date/Time: Jul 03, 2003
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 15, 2003
Paper Submission Date: Mar 03, 2003
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Keynote Speakers
Yasmin Kafai, UCLA, USA.
Alan Dix, University of Lancaster, UK.

Children are using increasingly complex interactive devices and software products, for both entertainment and education. Internationally, interactive technology for children is now a very significant economic sector. Hence, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in methods for the design and evaluation of these products, both in commercial Research and Development departments, and in a range of academic disciplines.

This conference continues the theme of the very successful International Workshop on Interaction Design and Children, held in Eindhoven, Netherlands in 2002. Our aim is to attract a range of papers, posters and interactive demonstrations, covering all aspects of the design and evaluation of interactive technology for and with children. The conference will bring together commercial developers and academic researchers in this multidisciplinary field and will include presentations of research findings, case studies and practical experience.
The conference language is English.

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Topics Submissions are invited on all subjects relevant to the theme of the Conference, including but not limited to: - ·Techniques for establishing children’s requirements for interactive products ·Children as participants in the design of interactive systems ·Guidelines for designing for children ·Design issues in games, educational software and other interactive products for children ·Usability, enjoyability, accessibility and safety issues, with particular reference to children ·Input and output devices and interaction styles for children ·Innovative interactive products and technologies for children ·Evaluation methods for use with children ·Theoretical models of interaction with special relevance to children ·Case studies in the use of interactive products with children

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