UXPA Talk on: A User-Centred Approach to Children’s Game Development

It was my great pleasure to speak at the UXPA event on ‘UX & Video Games’ in January 2017 on a subject so close to my heart. I firmly believe that to create exceptional games for children it is vital to take a user-centred approach, involving audience experts as well as children and, if applicable, parents throughout the process.

The recording of my talk (thanks to the UXPA) is provided below:

Thanks also to Elvia Vasconcelos for her fabulous sketchnote summarising my talk:

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