Last year in Barcelona, I have given a talk about how I plan to evaluate the experiences of autistic children with technologies. You can find the slides for the talk here. They also allow a unique glimpse into a preliminary state of what was later becoming my paper at the International Journal of Child Computer Interaction, which incidentally is available for free until April 7th using this link. Note, for example how in the main graphic there has been a change in the top intersection where ‘interests’ as the defining characteristic of the relationship between child and technology has been replaced by ‘interaction’. Interests have — following an insightful discussion with Narcis Pares in Barcelona — been moved to the design process instead.