From Child-Friendly Taxi Apps to Kid-Safe Tabloid Displays

By: Laura McQuarrie - May 16, 2015
Adults are typically the primary users of objects like fitness bands, taxis and cell phones, but many of these items are being transformed into kid-friendly products.

Creativity in kids is being encouraged at an extremely young age, aided by apps to teach coding and programming like ScratchJr, 3D printers designed specifically for child use and messenger networks for kids like PopJam and Roo Kids. By equipping kids with the tools to play with and share their own creations, brands as well as parents are celebrating young inventors and designers.

As there is content for people of all ages on Vine, YouTube and Hulu, these video platforms have all released kid-safe versions with curated content, so that young ones can enjoy entertainment without causing their parents to be concerned.