Everything in mIKs-it has been designed for safety management and peace of mind. You control the media and decide what to add. Nothing is tracked inside mIKs-it, so you don’t have to worry about your child being traced.
Update media as often as you want, confident that your kids won’t access any harmful content.
mIKs-it is not a social network, it’s a platform for you and your family's trusted connections. No more worrying about who might have access to your children online.
With your child’s best interests, you decide who to connect with, who you trust, who to share with or receive content from.
mIKs-it is a pay-as-you-go subscription service you control, unlike social networks that use and sell your data.
Select subscriptions that suit your family network. Include kids, parents, grandparents, teachers and trusted friends.
Everything in mIKs-it has been designed with and for young kids across a wide range of developmental and physical abilities.
See, touch and hear personalised content, or simply set mIKs-it to auto play, as often as you like.
mIKs-it is a protected space that can be filled with personal experiences.
You can be relieved and confident that everything children are interacting with is safe and approved by you.
Start taking pictures, audio and video of all the things your children treasure and want to re-live.
Everything is designed to foster joy and play!
Tap big colour coded buttons for easy navigation between photos, video and audio. Or simply touch the mIKs-it button and all content will automatically refresh.
mIKs-it is built with love by a diverse team of experts and co-created with children and their grown-ups.
The joy of learning starts with curiosity.
How can we give children with different abilities a safe way to digitally interact with their daily life?
The imaginative team at Heder asked Trendwolves to help test and validate mIKs-it with a group of families. Meeco then developed a prototype to enable the children to have a real mIKs-it experience.
Our research included children with different abilities, their families, carers and educators.
After two studies, with children under eight, our big question was, “should we build mIKs-it” and the answer was “yes!”