Friday, October 14 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Inclusive Research Practices for Early Design Studies 

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Creating inclusive research practices – especially for early-stage design studies – requires researchers to examine our methods and consider how we can make the studies themselves accessible to disabled participants. In this session, follow researchers through the process of recruiting people, designing accessible stimuli, and conducting research sessions. Through each phase, learn best practices for inclusive research on hardware and software designs that can be applied in your own work.

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Lauren Stern

Senior Manager, Research & Insights, iRobot
Now leading the product insights team at iRobot, Lauren is a design researcher focused on creating the most human-centered robots possible. Over the last ten years her work has explored how perception and social cognition shape our experiences with automated systems in diverse contexts... Read More →
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Gary Aussant

Director, Digital Accessibility Consulting, Perkins Access
Over my 25-year career in UX and accessibility consulting, I've helped numerous Fortune 100 companies including Bank of America, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, eBay, General Motors, Transamerica, and Twitter embrace inclusive design methodologies. I specialize in employing design thinking... Read More →

Friday October 14, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm EDT
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