Save kid’s art and memories

Project Overview

With Child Art, parents can keep track of their children's artwork and see how they are developing. Aside from storing artwork, the app provides insight into children's inner worlds and provides information about their growth, and their artworks are analyzed by artificial intelligence.

Problem Statement

The artworks children create keep piling up

Parents try to save their children's artworks, but don't know how to organize them, leading to clutter at home.

  • Artwork information is not saved
  • Physical artworks occupy a lot of apartment space
  • Saving the artworks of several children has become even more difficult

Storyboarding allowed me to focus on what parents can gain from the product. Based on parents' experiences, I created two storyboards:

1) Uploading artwork

2) Tracking a child's progress

Research Process

My research focused on what information parents would like to save about their children's artwork. I also checked how IA can be integrated and if there are AI solutions that can display information about the child's development

Competitor Analysis

I've checked similar applications that save art created by children, as well as other services that upload, archive, and sort images. As of now, no app can comprehensively uncover a child's developmental problems.

User Research

I interviewed four parents whose children are between the ages of 2 and 8 and are looking for better ways to save artwork. They said the following:

"The kids' drawings pile up and I have no idea what to do. Because we live in a small apartment, I have to throw them away" (Yael, 35, is a mother of two children ages 3 and 6)
"I take pictures of the artworks and keep them in a binder. I want to keep her creations so that later on she can see how she developed” (Anat, a mother of a five-year-old)
"My daughters and I like to create art together. Some artworks don't age well, and we eventually have to throw them away" (Robert, father of two children, ages 6 and 12)
Map the key user flow

The user research and survey helped me identify the two key flows of saving artwork and milestones: Adding and saving artwork and milestones and child behavioral diagnostics.

Key screens
  • Sign up/Log in
  • Creating parents account
  • Creating child's account
  • Add artwork
  • Save artwork
  • Gallery
  • Saving options
  • Sharing screen
  • About the artwork
  • Milestones
  • About the milestone
  • Child's progress


Two small children's mom who wants to preserve their art

The mom wants to save the memories of her children's artwork, she probably already tried methods, but they didn't work, so she is searching for a better solution.


Tracking milestones and saving children's artwork

The parent will be able to upload child's artwork giving it descriptions and sharing with people.
The parents noted to me that they can’t take seriously information they see on an app that isn’t backed up by a child development expert. So the information on the drawings can shed light on the development but not indicate developmental problems.


The interviews showed that parents cannot take seriously information they see on an app that is not backed by a child development expert. Therefore, the information on the drawings can provide insight into the development without indicating developmental issues.

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