Assistive Technology: Jacquard by Google

The Jacquard tag by Google is a wearable technology that is able to live within your daily objects. By integrating, the tag connects physical things to the everyday needs of technology with simple gestures which can be customized within an app. The tag benefits people with disabilities with simplified ways to use technology with compatibility …

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Evaluation Story:Urban Outreach Center NYC

Introduction The Urban Outreach Center (UOC) is a non-profit community organization focused on connecting homeless and low-income New Yorkers in East Harlem and the Upper West Side with food and other critical supplies. The UOC helps “nearly 50,000 vulnerable New Yorkers each year to move with dignity out of homelessness and food insecurity toward self-sufficiency.” …

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On Accessibility and Inclusiveness in UX Design with Regine Gilbert

Regine Gilbert is a user experience designer, an educator at NYU teaching User Experience Design, an international public speaker, and the author of the book ‘Inclusive Design for a Digital World: Designing with Accessibility in Mind (Design Thinking)’. Throughout her ten years of career working in the design field, she has always been trying to …

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Design Critique: The New York Times Website

The New York Times is one of the biggest newspapers in the US. With its wide coverage of daily news on politics, business, tech, etc worldwide, I want to closely investigate the homepage on how its web experience is designed with heavy information needed to be presented referencing Cooper’s principle of design. The Structure At …

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