Developing a Prototype of Mobile-based Miko and Mila Animation Series Application Using the ADDIE Method
In a previous research and development study, Dini et al. had produced six 2D animated series (Miko and Mila) for educating children on how to deal with child violence. The series need to be disseminated in various media. One of the media that is often used by children is an interactive mobile application. The objectives of the current research were to complete the initial three stages – specification, initiation, and design – using the ADDIE method for developing an interactive mobile application for the Miko and Mila animation series. At the initiation stage, material testing was carried out on the animated media, and the average validation score was 93.33% by media experts and 89% by material experts. The results of this stage will be used for further research in the development stage.
Keywords: mobile application, animated series, ADDIE
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