Primary supervisorKirsten Ellis
Research areaInclusive Technology
People with disabilities are excluded from the assistive technology creation process because the methods and tools that are used are inaccessible. This leads to missed opportunities to create more accessible technologies for everyone including assistive technologies. This project will engage people with disabilities in the technology creation process at many levels, from engagement activities, input into designs and creation of technology and the facilitation of independent making of assistive technologies. The project will create new tools, activities and methods to create more accessible making opportunities for people with disabilities.
- A good knowledge of human-computer interaction is required.
- The ability and skills to work with people with a range of disabilities.
- The ability to recognise real world problems, generate ideas, create prototypes and evaluate the results