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Interactive exhibitions for kids

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Projects (25)


Adventures in Nusantara (2019)

(?) Malay Heritage Centre

History Learning

Singapo人 (2020)

(?) Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

History Learning

Forest Friends (2014)

Potion Design

Fun and explore

City Explorer (2019)

Potion Design

Fun and explore

Kid's Research Laboratory (2015)

(?) ARS Electronica Futurelab

Fun and explore

Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed (2021)

David OReilly, Enhance, FIELD.IO, KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS, Laser Feast, Marshmallow, Media Molecule, onedotzero , Rhizomatiks, Tequila Works, thatgamecompany, The Mill, The Workers

Fun and explore

Smart Nation Playscape (2022)

(?) Science Center Singapore

Fun and explore

Changi Experience Studio (2019)

(?) Jewel Changi Airport

Fun and explore

Forest Fukuoka (2020)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Sketch Aquarium (2013)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Story of the Time when Gods were Everywhere (2013)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Sliding through the Fruit Field (2016)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Sketch Piston - Playing Music (2015)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Light Ball Orchestra (2013)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Create! Hopscotch for Geniuses (2015)

teamLab

Fun and explore

Arboreal (2020)

Lumen Art Projects with David Glicksman and Moses Journey

Fun and explore

Shapeshift (2019)

Lumen Art Projects

Fun and explore

MelaB (2017)

Potion Design

Learn and awareness

Future Energy Chicago (2013)

Potion Design

Learn and awareness

Green Community (2009)

Potion Design

Learn and awareness

YOU! The experience (2008)

Potion Design and Thinc Design

Learn and awareness

Energy Story (2021)

(?) Science Center Singapore

Learn and awareness

Earth Alive (2021)

(?) Science Center Singapore, Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), a Research Centre of Excellence at the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.

Learn and awareness

Urban Mutations: The Changing Face of Cities (2019)

Dezign Format

Learn and awareness

Inverted Globe, Giant Connecting Block Town (2018)

teamLab

Learn and awareness

Analysis results

Interaction

Interactive model

Graphical User Interface

10

Command Line Interface

0

Tangible User Interface

2

GUI / TUI

13

Other

0

Interactive design approach

User centered

14

Activity centered

11

System design

0

Genius design

0

User experience for kids

Does it have instant feedback?

Yes

25

No

0

How is the navigation?

Multiple navigation

14

Step by step navigation

13

Other

0

Is the text simple?

Yes

10

No

1

There is no text

10

Difficult to measure

4

Is the font big (more than 12-14pt)?

Yes

9

No

3

There is no text

10

Difficult to measure

3

Is there a lot of text?

Yes

7

No

8

There is no text

10

Difficult to measure

0

Does it have sounds?

Yes

11

No

0

Difficult to measure

14

Does it have animations?

Yes

21

No

4

Does it have vivid colours?

Yes

22

No

3

What kind of icons do they show?

Abstract

3

There is no icons

17

Literal

5

Other

1

Does it have an option to personalise?

Yes

8

No

17

Universal Principles of Design

After analyzing the 125 Universal Principles of Design, those that are important for the design of interfaces for children were extracted and are presented below.

Important for the exhibition organisation (physical space)

Accesibility

25

Entry Point

25

Prospect-Refuge

13

Storytelling

12

Wayfinding

16

Important for the way of showing information

Advance Organiser

12

Chunking

11

Highlighting

15

Iconic Representation

8

Immersion

23

Legibility

15

Picture Superiority Effect

22

Important for the design

Biophilia Effect

13

Colour

25

Contour Bias

12

Savana Preference

9

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