What Does the User Interface Tell You About the Learning Value of a Game?

  By Alesha Arp   The user interface is more than just the skin that allows us to interact with an educational game. It can also be a window into that game’s learning value. User interfaces (UIs) are a bit of a paradox. If they’re well-designed, they’re almost unnoticeable to many users, while poorly designed UIs can render a program nearly unusable or, in the case of educational games, much less effective. As digital learning plays an increasingly large role in schools, it’s more important than ever to evaluate the quality of UI and overall user experience of educational games […]

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