Looking for some unique summer fun @ Stanford? Join us on August 6th for snacks and to playtest the newest Bible Heroes adventure: Daniel.
Playtesting with children is one of the most important steps of the app creation process, as it helps us design intuitive, fun, and educational apps that children love and parents approve.
Your children will be the first to try out Daniel, and when we release our new app we’ll credit them as contributors!
Sign up here!
This Monday we’ll be holding a series of playtests at our studios in Stanford. As an mobile startup creating content for young children, we’re especially sensitive to questions of usability and design.
What kind of interface do children find intuitive? Which of our games will children find engaging? What design choices can we make so that our activities don’t distract from or overwhelm the Bible stories we’re telling?
Because we always have so much to learn, we try to approach testing as effectively as possible. So in preparation for Monday, I’d like to share with you how we set up our user testing sessions:
Looking for a unique experience for your child this summer?
Bring your kids (ages 3 to 7) and help create exciting new interactive children’s apps for the iPhone and iPad. You’ll get a preview of TreeLit’s exciting new interactive stories, and you’ll be the first to try out the upcoming app Bible Heroes: David, from 4Soils!
We’ll provide everything: ice-cream, snacks, and iPads to play David on. So sign up for some family fun and help steer the future of children’s apps!
The playtesting will be held on 7/23, between 4pm and 5pm at Stanford. Further details will be emailed to you after you’ve signed up.
If you can’t make it on the 23rd, you can still sign up and we’ll put you first on the list for future beta releases.