Maggi attended the British Psychological Society Cognitive & Developmental Section Joint Conference in Stoke-on-Trent in September 2019. She gave a talk about whether social play is different when autistic children play with digital and non-digital toys. The slides are available here, and the project website is here.
This blog post is to announce a one-off event being held at the University of Edinburgh in September 2012. The event has secured funding from the University’s Challenge Investment Fund, and it aims to bring together people from different backgrounds who share an interest in providing technology-based solutions to the difficulties faced by people with autism spectrum disorders, and their families and friends.
A final year student at the Edinburgh College of Art, Yuan Kai, has been
working on the Click-East app for some time. Her designs feature in the free version, which is currently available on iTunes, and also on the more extensive verison that we’re trialling at the moment.
During the Click-East project we have engaged in a lot of participatory design and other piloting processes. Participatory design means having the expected end users of a product (in this case an iPad app) contribute to the design process.