Workshop - register nowJanice Majewski, Institute for Human Centered Design, USA
The workshop, “Testing the Digital Environment with People of Diverse Abilities: Demonstration and Individual Project Reviews at IHCD’s User/Expert Lab,” will provide a demonstration of the power of contextual inquiry research with user/experts who live with a wide range of physical, sensory, and/or brain-based disabilities. The group of user/experts, led by Valerie Fletcher, Executive Director, IHCD, will review a selection of U.S. and international museum digital interactives, apps, and websites. After the demonstration, the audience will be invited to move into break-out sessions where IHCD staff will lead small groups of user experts in reviews of digital products brought by conference participants.
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