Accessibility and Research: A Panel Discussion
Join us as we learn from those on the front lines of research usability and accessibility. From font size to font color, from unseen text to the icons you use, learn tips on how to make your next research project more inclusive and accessible to all.
Kirstin Hamlyn, Microsoft
Kirstin is a market research professional with a passion for understanding the consumer and delivering actionable insights.
Her specialties include Customer Insights, Marketing Research, Business Strategy, Data Analysis, GIS (Geographic Information Systems), and Database Management.
Kirstin earned her MBA from Wisconsin University and her BA from the University of Washington.
Margaret DeGraw, User Research International
Margaret is a User Experience Researcher with a background in psychology and customer success.
With an MS degree from the Human Centered Design and Engineering program at the University of Washington, Margaret combines her passion for people with an equal passion for research.
Adept at traditional and non-traditional UX research studies, she has focused on accessibility research with blind and low-vision users.
Joe Welinske, BlinkUXJoe Welinske is Blink's Accessibility Director and also the Program Manager for Blink's annual conference ConveyUX.
As Accessibility Director, Joe is charged with bringing innovation and training about supporting disabilities into every client project and to every staff member. Joe has taught accessibility at the University of Washington and he is the co-organizer of the Seattle Area Accessibility & Inclusive Design meetup. From the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), Joe is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC).
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