Suggested design tools
The NHS’ Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) offers a comprehensive framework for assessing clinical safety, data protection, technical security, interoperability, usability and accessibility of digital health technologies.
KORA offers a good practice and design guide for a mobile app to support children with walking disabilities. This is informed by children’s rights and child-centered design.
UNICEF and Western Sydney University
UNICEF and Western Sydney University’s Responsible Innovation in Technology for Children (RITEC) offers a newly developed wellbeing framework for making digital technologies good for children’s wellbeing, based on children’s own understanding of wellbeing.
The BBC’s digital wellbeing work offers insights on developing tools that carefully takes into account how psychological factors, individual needs and values apply at different ages, to inform the design of future services.