Development of a Serious Game for children with hemophilia

Roberta Mayumi Matsunaga, Regina Lúcia de Oliveira Moraes, Marcos Augusto Francisco Borges, Márcia Aparecica Piccolotto Matta, Margareth Castro Ozelo

Resumo


This work describes the development process of the interface of an educational game that is aimed at children with hemophilia. The development and evaluation process   used the dynamic Braindraw, Participatory Heuristic Evaluation and Beta Test and involved the end users of the game: children with hemophilia. The hypothesis is that children learn more about the disease through the game, which motivates them in an interactive practice. The experiments performed confirmed that the children with hemophilia learned more about the disease with the game.


Palavras-chave


Hemophilia; Video Games; User-computer interface

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