Ted Visaya


How can a toddler still in diapers
that can barely read, be able to navigate through an interactive program on a tablet? It's the child appealing pictures that provoke the curiosity.















In a child's blissful innocence to playfully interact with a program on a tablet, the child is subliminally conditioning their memory to recognize pictures to navigate the game. As the child is enthusiastically browsing the program he or she is learning at the same time.