Blogs tagged "child development"

July 2019

CMC 2019: Report – The Art of Voice & Song

Posted on: Friday 05 July 2019 9:37am

This session was split into two parts. The first  was Joss Peach and Ellie Wyatt and focused on the importance of song for children.  Marc Silk ran the second part of the session and focused on the work of the voice-over artist. Part 1: Takeaway: Music is an important part of children's development. A programmes music has a powerful emotional effect on the audience and can change the tone of a scene. It is a collaboratarial process that requires flexibility and understanding from producers and composers. Details: Joss Peach began  by saying the session was designed to be fun and informal which was achieved thanks to audience participation at every opportunity. Together with Ellie Wyatt they explained the importance of…

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July 2017

CMC 2017: Report – Play Patterns in Digital

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 5:19pm

Child development doesn’t change, but its context does. In a digital world, playthings have taken new virtual forms but how are digital toys changing existing play patterns? Experts give some insight on relationships between physical to digital play Takeaway: Digital playthings are an evolution rather than a revolution – “It is mimicry of what we know until it becomes something new” (Jais Holm Christensen’s presentation) Leave place for the child’s imagination and discovery rather than dictating a linear play pattern For a successful transition to digital, a brand needs to start from its essence, mission or values, understand the relationship with the children and parents, and only then look at the digital component expansion Detail: David Kleeman, SVP at Dubit,…

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