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    • Clear Panels: A technique to Design Mobile Application Interactivity 

      Brown, Quincy; Bonsignore, Elizabeth; Hatley, Leshell; Druin, Allison; Walsh, Greg; Foss, Elizabeth; Brewer, Robin; Hammer, Joseph; Golub, Evan (Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 2010-01)
      We introduce a design technique, Clear Panels, to design interactive mobile device applications. Using mixed- fidelity prototyping, a combination of low- and high-tech materials, participants refine multiple aspects of a ...
    • Designing a Novice Programming Environment with Children 

      Tarkan, Sureyya; Sazawal, Vibha; Druin, Allison; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Hatley, Leshell; Khatri, Tejas; Massey, Sheri; Walsh, Greg; Torres, Germana (2009)
      When children learn how to program, they gain problem- solving skills useful to them all throughout life. How can we attract more children in K-8 to learn about program- ming and be excited about it? To answer this question, ...
    • EnergyHouseVideo 

      Walsh, Greg; Druin, Allison; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Guha, Mona L.; Hatley, Leshell; Bonsignore, Elizabeth (ACM, 2014-08)
      In this video we describe Energy House. Energy House is a game designed with the Cooperative Inquiry Method through the Layered Elaboration technique. Children power items in a virtual house by jumping up and down
    • Layered Elaboration Video 

      Walsh, Greg; Druin, Allison; Guha, Mona L.; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Hatley, Leshell; Bonsignore, Elizabeth; Franckel, Sonia (ACM, 2014-03)
      As technology for children becomes more mobile, social, and distributed, our design methods and techniques must evolve to better explore these new directions. This paper reports on "Layered Elaboration," a co-design technique ...
    • Layered Elaboration: A New Technique for Co-design with Children 

      Walsh, Greg; Druin, Allison; Guha, Mona L.; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Hatley, Leshell; Bonsignore, Elizabeth; Franckel, Sonia (Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2010-01)
      As technology for children becomes more mobile, social, and distributed, our design methods and techniques must evolve to better explore these new directions. This paper reports on “Layered Elaboration,” a co-design technique ...