Carla Engelbrecht Fisher, Ed.D
Last week, Dr. Carla Fisher posted a list of her favorite 112 games for kids and families in a Google doc and made it available for everyone (and anyone) to edit. What in the world was she thinking?
Dr. Carla Fisher shares the whirlwind journey of No Crusts’ Stride & Prejudice game from launch to the 14th spot in the Apple Education category in less than 24 hours… without being featured on Apple’s homepage.
This week, Carla is sharing takeaways from seven days in the Netherlands at Cinekid, the children’s film, television and new media festival that hosts about 50,000 guests each year.
It was all a big misunderstanding. When making children’s media, you CAN have your fun and make it educational, too.
It’s safe to say that everyone in our field will find themselves as part of a team at some point in their life. And as part of that team, they will have to give and/or receive feedback.This post is not to comprehensively address the rules of feedback. It’s instead a politely worded rant of the things that drive me crazy.
This entire blog is pretty much dedicated to the idea of making better digital products for kids in one way or another. If you’re enterprising, you can piece together a lot of information from our posts. But to save you some effort, I’m attempting to organize all the various resources we’ve pointed to as well as some additional thoughts to address the common question of how to make a great children’s app.