Parents' views on their children and technology : exploring the potential for adaptive interfaces to improve child-computer interactions
Young, James E.
The success of adaptive interfaces for adult targeted application is a strong motive to look at how children can benefit from this adaptation in their targeted applications and devices as well. But what are the devices and applications that children currently interact with? With that goal in mind we conducted an exploratory qualitative study to gather initial evidence on what types of applications and devices that children are using and what difficulties both the children and their parents face with respect to this technology and whether there is any role for adaptive interfaces.
Adaptive interfaces, child-computer interaction, qualitative evaluation