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Week 6: Synthesizing  #javascript #react #reactjs

  • Week 6: SynthesizingThis week we shared the result and key findings of the experiment with young children and incorporated them into our interactive storybook idea.
  • In those cases, their parents corrected their activities.We also looked through a couple of asthma storybooks that Lauren brought.
  • Given the fact that children love coloring books, we combined the idea of making an interactive coloring storybook for children and a data input prompt for parents.We all agree that the storybook should be divided by 2 parts — one for parents and the other for child.
  • Parents ask their child’s asthma symptoms and their activities by time under the guideline of the storybook and input data according to his/her response.
  • At the same time, a child will interact with his/her ‘asthma hero’ and color it to make it active with his/her device.When the parents input the data, it will send directly to the doctor’s office so the doctor can see and track the child’s symptom and diagnose well.The asthma hero also will pop up when an asthma attack comes.

This week we shared the result and key findings of the experiment with young children and incorporated them into our interactive storybook idea. From the interviews, we found that children remember…

@ReactDOM: Week 6: Synthesizing #javascript #react #reactjs

This week we shared the result and key findings of the experiment with young children and incorporated them into our interactive storybook idea. From the interviews, we found that children remember their morning routine well but their timeline is not quite linear when they recall their day after school. They tend to recall their daily routine well when their parents give them prompts such as “What did you do when you woke up yesterday?”. Also, they tend to lie or wrongly describe their routine when their memory is not clear. In those cases, their parents corrected their activities.

We also looked through a couple of asthma storybooks that Lauren brought. In general, they use the metaphor of air fighter pilot for nebulizer therapy, reliving children parents and enjoying the experience. They also use animal characters as ‘asthma heroes’, which encourage children to overcome asthma attacks. Given the fact that children love coloring books, we combined the idea of making an interactive coloring storybook for children and a data input prompt for parents.

We all agree that the storybook should be divided by 2 parts — one for parents and the other for child. We imagine that they use separate devices connecting each other. Parents ask their child’s asthma symptoms and their activities by time under the guideline of the storybook and input data according to his/her response. At the same time, a child will interact with his/her ‘asthma hero’ and color it to make it active with his/her device.

When the parents input the data, it will send directly to the doctor’s office so the doctor can see and track the child’s symptom and diagnose well.

The asthma hero also will pop up when an asthma attack comes. Parents will open the storybook and activate ‘meditation mode’. The character will guide the child to inhale and exhale with it, making him/her to breathe well and relieve.

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