Redesign as an evaluation technique
The evaluation technique is oriented towards grasping children’s retrospective understanding of an experience.
Redesign is an evaluation technique oriented towards grasping children’s retrospective understanding of an experience. After playing with an interactive experience or visiting a traditional educational experience, children are involved as critics to discuss on it and are required to propose design improvements and refinements. For this purpose, different co-design techniques are employed.
The use of critique and redesign showed to be quite effective to grasp children's understandings and to complement our observations of in situ interaction.
Laura Malinverni, Marie-Monique Schaper, and Narcis Pares (2018). Multimodal methodological approach for participatory design of Full-Body Interaction Learning Environments. Qualitative Research. DOI
Marie-Monique Schaper, Maria Santos, Laura Malinverni, Juan Zerbini Berro and Narcis Pares. (2018). Learning about the past through situatedness, embodied exploration and digital augmentation of cultural heritage sites. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 114: 36-50. DOI