Construction and First Testing of the UX Kids Questionnaire (UXKQ): A Tool for Measuring Pupil's User Experience in Interactive Learning Apps using Semantic Differentials
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Mensch und Computer 2021 - Tagungsband
In this paper, we focus on the construction and first testing of a User Experience questionnaire using semantic differentials for pupils, and the role of children as co-designers in the development of quantitative methods, which has received little or no attention. To examine the appropriateness of the UXKQ tool, two studies were conducted. In the first study, six children of grade seven participated in a workshop to construct and design a questionnaire for a specific learning app. The second study took place in a school context, with 230 pupils from grades six and seven performing user tests to validate the product-specific questionnaire in comparison with an already existing UX questionnaire developed by German UX experts for teenagers. The results suggest that children of grade seven can contribute to the design of a useful tool to examine children’s User Experience during user tests. Data were subjected to a factor analysis which resulted in the development of an additional shorter version of a User Experience Questionnaire.