Caitlin, who is a young person in care in Ireland, tells the story of how she came to Ireland’s Ombudsman for Children for help after being told she would have to leave residential care on her 18th birthday. MOMO will help young people to make similar transitions complaints in the UK.
Month: April 2013
We’ve just got back from two days of testing MOMO paper prototype with young people in Bexley and Surrey. You can follow the process through these videos. For more info on paper prototyping click here and for more info on what we learnt click here Building Paper MOMO Testing Paper MOMO Experiencing Paper MOMO
Yesterday we started paper prototyping Mind Of My Own with care leavers in Bexley and Surrey. Two days, seven sessions and much snipping, tacking and sharpie action later, we’re done. It was amazing. Watching the prototype start off in Bexley as a few pieces of paper interfaces, buttons and acetate develop through young people’s input into… Read more »
The concept of paper prototyping has always been slightly lost on me. Since I first heard about it the question ‘how can a sheet of paper replicate an app?’ has rattled around my head, as has ‘how do young people engage with a piece of paper in a way that gives us meaningful information?’ Well,… Read more »