Applied Children’s Case Studies

We are excited to announce the publication of the IEEE SA Designing Trustworthy Digital Experiences for Children Case Study Report

These case studies show how to bridge principles to best practices and foster trustworthy and positive online/offline experiences for children. They demonstrate how thoughtful approaches to important aspects around children’s rights can enhance trustworthy online/offline experiences.

Applied Case Studies for Designing Trustworthy Digital Experiences for Children

Second of the ongoing series, the report contains 8 case studies focused on responsibly connecting digitally with children, using minimal data collection, and better ways of obtaining parental consent. To explore the case studies listed below, download the report to get a better understanding of their solutions.

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TADAA! with the Dipitees! Think. Ask. Discuss. Act. Achieve

300M Learning Portal by Futureshift Consulting

TADAA! allows underserved children in India to experience the joy of reading via a platform that supports childrens’ learning, social and emotional needs.

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The Haru Robot

The Haru Robot

A social robot companion for children.

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Collage of photos of children in a classroom. Poster behind one of them reads "YOU CAN imagine; Persevere; Prepare; Excel..."

iTeach Schools

Creating a community of transformational schools for the most under-resourced community.

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Four Black boys gather around a laptop on a wooden table. Text reads "Photo credits: African Child"

Kolibri by Learning Equality

Creating tools to enable equitable access to high-quality education for learners in low-connectivity contexts.

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Cartoon of two anthropomorphic Lego blocks in a bright yellow living room.

The LEGO Group

Evolving verifiable parental consent to better support children’s rights and well-being.

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Screenshot of promotional materials for Otismo Special Education. Text reads, "Enroll in special education at home. Access gamified and personalized curriculum, just for your little hero. Download for free. Inspire your child's first words. Get into engaging speech therapy sessions, right at your fingertips." A gold award is superimposed

Otsimo

An online app that provides special education and developmental games.

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A collage of two photos. One is of very young primary school children using a mobile phone. Graphics super imposed read "-18" as well as an image of a lock and a crossed out ninja face. The other photo is of a young woman showing the screen of her mobile phone which shows her photo and reads "Over 18. 12:13:21

Yoti

Digital identity platform to help organizations assess the age of their users and comply with UK’s Age Appropriate Design Code.

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Graphic with a photo of a young girl listening to headphones connected to a tablet device. Graphics behind her illustrate how apps are connected on the cloud.

PRIVO

Identity and consent management for children and families.

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IEEE SA Children's Data Governance Applied Case Study Report

The report contains eleven case studies of companies that build applications and websites while applying principles of age-appropriate, inclusive design, and data governance considerations to respect children’s rights. To explore the case studies listed below, download the report to get a better understanding of their solutions.

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Neoguard™

Health & Wellness

In low resource settings, there can be shortages of medical care. This wearable vital signs monitor for neonates follows needs-based design for such settings.

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OWAS Platform

Health & Wellness

Children are exposed to risky behaviors online. This artificial intelligence software can be integrated into apps and games to protect and assist children in real time.

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Kennisnet Education Data Management

Data Management

Sharing learning data can be complicated. This service concept provides students and parents with the ability to manage who is accessing the data.

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LEGO® Life

Social

Many social platforms are not fit for children. This social digital play experience inspires children to build, share their creations, and develop digital citizenship skills.

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POPJAM

Social

Many social platforms are not fit for children. This social network is designed for kids age 7-12, providing a moderated social network for children.

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AwesomeAds

Privacy Preserving

Given that privacy laws prevent the practice of child profiling for digital advertising, this platform is built to meet the needs of the children’s market and comply with data privacy laws.

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Whiz Kids

Educational

Many children do not have access to resources for technical learning. This mobile app delivers children an equal opportunity for tech education.

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Parenting Phonecasts by DOST

Educational

Many lack access to educational support, especially in low-literacy families. These phonecasts support families with early child development and education.

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My Gem Inside

Educational

Many children with autism lack access to specialized education opportunities. This mobile app supports cognitive, emotional, and behavioral development of those children.

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Funzi

Skills Building

Lack of access to training is a barrier for many in emerging markets. This online learning platform empowers individuals with in-demand skills.

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Digital Nation Africa

Skills Building

Lack of access to training is a barrier for many in emerging markets. This mobile learning services provides skills for employability, entrepreneurship and personal development.

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