Kids are remarkable. They're opinionated, honest, curious, and imaginative. Their feedback will help you make the right design and product decisions and often inspire you to try something new altogether! How do you run safe and productive usability studies with young kids? How do you ensure you're getting actionable insights during kid playtesting sessions?
Join me and learn about how we run user research with children (ages 6-9) at Clever. I'll share our experiences of setting up kid-approved spaces in our office (pre-COVID), running remote user interviews with kids, and designing kid-centric diary studies. Walk away with Clever’s kid-testing principles, so you too can design great products for kids.