Carla Engelbrecht Fisher, Ed.D
Following up on her iKids 2014 presentation, Dr. Carla Fisher shares an overview of the three major challenges for children’s app developers and ways to address them.
Around this time last year, we posted 16 pick up lines tailored to the hobnobbing and schmoozing of Kidscreen Summit and iKids. Now we’re back with 15 more ways to break the ice for your 2014 Kidscreen Summit adventures. Warning: Use these carefully, with confidence, and a tiny hint of irony for best success!
What is it going to take to win the battle of streaming services? What features will score subscribers and glue those eyeballs to the screen? This week, Dr. Carla Fisher performed an informal review of 13 children’s on-demand video streaming services and shares her thoughts on stand-out features.
Sometimes I’m incredibly helpful. Other times I’m just a source of unusual information. Today is one of the latter moments. Hope it makes you smile.
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.