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Inclusion 101: How Understanding Ability, Identity, Habits, and Preferences Can Enrich Your User Research

How can researchers best address the challenges related to the systemic issues that our UX and product development practices can intentionally and unintentionally perpetuate around people with disabilities? Presenters Joel Isaac and Pia Zaragoza aim to help researchers recognize biases like ableism and share best practices on recruiting, methodological considerations, and success metrics. As a… Continue reading Inclusion 101: How Understanding Ability, Identity, Habits, and Preferences Can Enrich Your User Research

UXR with Participants with Disabilities

18% of the world’s population has one or more disabilities. Yet, the perspective of the disabled user rarely makes it into formal user research. In this talk, Sheri Byrne-Haber discusses why accessibility is important, how user research with participants with disabilities is different from user research without disabilities, and how to run a robust UXR… Continue reading UXR with Participants with Disabilities

Break — Guided Meditation

Inclusive Research: with people who are deaf and hard of hearing

It’s easy, under these circumstances, to forget about the most vulnerable—and yet, more than ever, we must include people with disabilities in our research activities. In this talk, Antoine Garcia-Suarez shares what he learned from his experience conducting studies with hard-of-hearing and deaf people. He will provide you with practical advice on how to recruit… Continue reading Inclusive Research: with people who are deaf and hard of hearing

Lunch Break — Featuring DJ Adubz