Category Archives: 4-H.org
Our Usability Lab does a lot of research with children, studying how they interact with games, sites, and educational products. Today our Creative Services team is proud to announce the relaunch of staysafeonline.org, a site brought to you by the National Cyber Security Alliance. It is fascinating watching and studying kids use internet products, but we know that the increased use of online products by kids comes with some responsibility, and our partner Staysafeonline.org is at the forefront of educating children, parents, and educators about utilizing the internet safely and securely at home, work and school.
Throughout the month of October, 4-H is collecting the user’s experiment data for their 4-H National Science Experiment – Biofuel Blast. In preparation for that, we’ve created a Flash ‘quiz’ to collect all the user data. A new database table handles the results and ties into the previously created registration table. It was a pretty straight forward assignment, but shows the great potential Flash has as a serious application Front-end. (Ask us about our Flash Dash Board projects!) (http://4-h.org/nysd/results.php) We are proud that we could help support the 4-H organization.