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Three Examples of Well-Designed Children’s Apps

As a follow-up to my initial blog post on the most important design elements in children’s apps, I wanted to highlight some of the apps that best meet these criteria. To recap, the article’s main point was that the best children’s apps are platform-agnostic and employ embellished cues (implicit user instructions), simple actions, and clear feedback (to indicate that children have accurately performed an action).

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The Most Important Design Elements in Children’s Apps

Designing children’s apps requires a very different approach than designing a solution for adults. In children’s apps, the main user interface (UI) elements should not change across platforms. Whether it is an Android app or an iOS app, the UI should follow one major principle to suit children’s love of color, interactivity, and less refined dexterity: embellishment.

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